The countdown is on! Christmas films and music are in full swing ✨ I’m still not feeling 100% festive this year 😭 someone send me all the Christmas spirit 🙊! Maybe I need to pig out on choc with a couple of glasses of prosecco 🤔
Real enjoyed this fall inspired soup [Healthy and Nourishing] • • • Roasted apple & acorn squash w/curry soup • • • Ingredients: 1 acorn squash 2 apples 1 tbsp lemon juice 1/2 a white onion 2 cloves of garlic 1 tbsp curry powder 3 tbsp grapeseed or avocado oil 2 cups bone broth (can use veg. broth to make this a vegan 1 cup canned coconut milk • • • Instructions: Preheat oven 400°F Cut squash in half and scrape out seeds, drizzle with oil. Peel and core apples than toss in lemon juice. Place apple slices and squash cut side down on baking sheet, roast for 30-35 mins. In the mean time pour 1 tbsp in pan with onion and curry, saute 5mins over medium heat, add garlic and cook 1min. Once squash and apples are done place in bowl with onion and garlic mixture, mash together. (Could also blend for smoother texture) Place mixture in a pot, add bone broth and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 15mins. Add coconut milk and cook another 15mins. _______ #local#organic#sessonal#nogmo#healthy#recipes#mealideas#fallinspired#vancouverisland ##soup#eatwell#eatright#eatclean#nourish#holistic#prananutrition#wellness#holisticnutritionist#balance#healfromwithin#mindbodysoul#soulfood#comfortfood
If you saw my insta stories yesterday it probably seemed like I was working for @broomfieldsfarm myself 😂 Im not, I just love everything they sell. There's so much good stuff in season at the moment- like these cherries!! They are soo juicy, I whacked a load on top of my cheesecake for the party.
Other great things to eat at the moment- broad beans, runner beans, corn in the cob, plums and courgettes. Before I moved I used to buy everything from this farmshop so now I do a quick blitz whenever I'm home. Of course there are lots of markets in London but they're more expensive and not quite as 'local' as some of this stuff.
I do shop at supermarkets, and there are times when I'll buy non British produce, but I prefer not to. I always check where things have come- I'd much rather buy an English apple than a French one. Plus if it's in season here chances are it'll taste better than something that isn't