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All Things Houmous! (My Top 5)

So if you know me in real life, you will know that I am a massive fan of houmous. I get through at least two big pots a week and when it runs out, I am completely lost as to what to eat for lunch. 971 more words

I'm aware I'm a walking cliche.....

Blimey, it’s been a while hasn’t it?

Life got in the way a little – in a good way. I’ve been busily working away at a large vegetarian/wholefoods wholesaler (and loving it – FREE VEGAN LUNCHES!!!), going on lovely trips away and generally having a lovely time. 148 more words


Best Basic Hummus - Le meilleur Houmous classique

Hummus is proof that some of the best things to eat are usually the easiest ones to make: very few ingredients, no cooking, just some mixing :) I love my hummus classic, the traditional way, but you can experiment with different spices or flavors (add some beetroot for instance for a sweet touch or black olives for the tapenade effect). 614 more words


Back to Basics: Buddha Bowl

Back to Basics: Buddha Bowl

Buddha Bowl? What’s that!? Well, I just realised that it’s been a long time since I posted anything new in Back to Basics! 301 more words


Emergency houmous

A couple of weeks back there was panic in the kitchens of North London when supermarkets removed stocks of houmous from their shelves. Now I am a big fan of houmous, especially if it includes rather more garlic and chilli than is strictly necessary. 593 more words


Houmous, Hummus, Hooknows?

Ahh, the simplicity. The humble chickpea. What a hero.

May 13 2017 has been honoured with being international Houmous (hummus?) day. I don’t think I could name a single person I know who doesn’t enjoy the wonders of this Middle Eastern delight. 480 more words

The perfect houmous.

Houmous (hummus, hoummous… whatever) is a simple thing, but a delicious one.

Meaning “chickpea” in Arabic; this humble dish is a blend of chick peas, tahini (sesame seed puree), garlic (controversally, London chainĀ  538 more words