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Cauliflower, Radish & Egg Salad

Cauliflower, Radish & Egg Salad

This is a simple and nutritious vegetarian salad that is also very filling and satisfying. It is high in protein, thanks to the combination of eggs, chickpeas and almonds. Yes the eggs, almonds and olive oil make it quite high in fat, but it is 

Ingredient of the Week: Radish

Ingredient of the Week: Radish

Radishes come from the brassica family of vegetables like cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli. They are the edible root of the plant, although you can also eat the green leaves that grow from them if you wish. They are mainly eaten raw, added in to salads 

Cabbage & Radish Stir-Fry with Mackerel

Cabbage & Radish Stir-Fry with Mackerel

Generally I eat radish raw, sliced up and added to salads. I wasn’t aware until recently that you can also cook them. They have been on special offer lately in Tesco, so i’ve been looking for inspiration on what to do with them. I came 

Beef, Beetroot & Radish Salad

Beef, Beetroot & Radish Salad

This is a quick and easy meal to prepare that packs a surprising amount of flavour. If you want it to be meat free, then you could always use halloumi or tofu instead. The capers are optional, as I know they aren’t for everyone. They 

Roast Veg & Bean Salad With Grilled Turkey

Roast Veg & Bean Salad With Grilled Turkey

I serve this colourful and nutritious salad with grilled turkey for my protein source, but it will pair perfectly with many other protein choices as well, including salmon, chicken, halloumi or trout. The orange mustard dressing really lifts the flavour of the meal while still 

Berbere Spiced Chicken & Quinoa Salad

Berbere Spiced Chicken & Quinoa Salad

During lockdown I’ve been discovering things in my cupboards that I forgot I had. One of which is a packet of berbere spice mix. I had never heard of it but thanks to google I discovered that it is a traditional Ethiopian spice mix. The 

5 Nutritious Ingredients To See You Through Corona

5 Nutritious Ingredients To See You Through Corona

As access to online grocery shopping is currently restricted, I am relying on ingredients that have a longer shelf life. There are still plenty of highly  nutritious options and so I thought I would take the time to share a few of my favourites. I know 

Ingredient of the Week: Hake

Ingredient of the Week: Hake

I always associate hake with Mallorca. This is because on the first British Cycling training camp I went on back in 2010, every night we would have to choose between hake or steak for our tea and that was basically all I ate for the 

Staying Healthy Over The Winter Months

Staying Healthy Over The Winter Months

As an athlete it is particularly important to ensure I do everything possible to avoid illness or infection. If I get ill, this means I have to stop training, which can have a detrimental effect on my performance in any upcoming races, as well as 

Ingredient of the week: Spinach

Ingredient of the week: Spinach

Spinach is a dark green, leafy vegetable coming from the chenopodiaceae or goosefoot family of plants, the same as beetroot, chard and surprisingly quinoa. It is one of the most popular vegetables I include in my diet. This is hardly surprising as it is so 

Ingredient of the Week: Celery

Ingredient of the Week: Celery

Celery comes from the same family of plants as parsnip, fennel and surprisingly parsley. It consists of long, thick stalks clustered together around a central base or heart. Raw, it is very crunchy and juicy with a bitter taste, which softens and mellows when cooked. 

Ingredient of the Week: Cabbage

Ingredient of the Week: Cabbage

Cabbage is a cruciferous vegetable, belonging to the brassica family, like kale, broccoli, cauliflower and swede. There are many different varieties and colours of cabbage, including spring, savoy, white, green and red. It consists of many separate leaves, fitting together to form an almost round shape