Pineapple tacos, veggie pakoras, chocolate tahini cups, prawn summer rolls and pear and chocolate cake…
We have found 5 of the best British food bloggers, cooks and Instagrams (along with our favourite recipes) for you to drool over!
Pop the oven on now, you know you want to!
Self confessed “Reluctant Vegetarian,” Anna Barnett is a blogger, cook, food writer, contributor to Vogue and Grazia, and author of cookery book “Eat The Week”… Pretty much sums up our Caperberry dream woman!
After suffering with multiple health issues Amelia experienced the true powers of good food. Creating her favourite comfort foods, just switching some of the ingredients to healthier alternatives meant that she could celebrate and enjoy food more than ever. “I feel empowered not restricted and my stomach, skin, hormones and mood have benefited greatly.”
NADIA’S HEALTHY KITCHEN
After moving to the UK from Iraq in 2004, Nadia’s change of diet and culture got her thinking and lead her to discover the wonders of simple, quick and tasty, healthy food. Nadia is all about moderation, finding a healthy balance and enjoying food and life.
Cookbook author, food stylist, photographer and Londoner for over 30 years, Uyen Luu specializes in Vietnamese cuisine. Her fresh and often vegetable-driven dishes are delicious, healthy and something to surprise friends and family with!
SAIGON SUMMER ROLLS: “This recipe is from Saigon but every region has its own take on fresh summer rolls. Although they are great for special occasions, they are tasty and healthy enough to take to work for lunch.”
POIRES AU CHOCOLAT
Between life in rural Devon, the Swiss Alps and her mum’s kitchen, after finishing her studies at Oxford University, Emma spent five months studying pâtisserie at Le Cordon Bleu in London.
“Poires au Chocolat is named after the Pear and Chocolate Loaf Cake that I tested back in 2009. It was the first recipe I created from scratch that gave me that dancing-around-the-kitchen eureka feeling. We also used to eat freshly chopped pears with melted chocolate poured over the top a lot when I was a child – the combination is one of my favourites.”
She definitely has a point about that pear and chocolate combo!
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Inspiration/Image Credits: Poires Au Chocolat, @loveleluu, Uyen Luu, @nadiashealthykitchen, Nadias Healthy Kitchen, @ameliafreer, Amelia Freer, @annabarnettcooks, Anna Barnett Cooks