Winter Salads: How to Make Tasty Halal Salads for Cold Days

Winter Salads: How to Make Tasty Halal Salads for Cold Days

admin | 04th December 2017
It’s cold, grey, drizzly.  We know.  A salad sounds like a punishment.  Some kind of torture, when we could be inhaling the fragrant steam of warm soup before the first sip, or biting into a toasted sandwich… Stocking up on useful…
‘Zero Waste’: Reducing Food Waste as Part of a Halal Diet

‘Zero Waste’: Reducing Food Waste as Part of a Halal Diet

admin | 16th November 2017
‘Zero waste’ sounds like a buzzword for bloggers on a quest to save the planet.  But surely efforts to reduce personal waste can only be a good thing, especially when it comes to food.  Despite its millennial terminology, a zero waste…
Korean Cuisine: How to Cook Halal Korean at Home

Korean Cuisine: How to Cook Halal Korean at Home

admin | 10th November 2017
Soft dumplings, soy sauce.  Slices of spring onions, white and green.  Pancakes, strips of seaweed.  Udon noodles, bright egg yolks.  Pumpkin porridge.  Sticky sauces and sesame seeds, white and black, dusted onto rice bowls…
November: Eating Seasonal Produce as Part of a Halal Diet

November: Eating Seasonal Produce as Part of a Halal Diet

admin | 07th November 2017
November is all about moustaches, dark evenings, and fireworks, right?  But do you know what foods are in season this month? As Brits, polls show us we’re pretty bad at knowing what’s in season when.  Supermarkets offer us almost…
It’s not the chicken you’ve got, it’s what you do with it. How to cook halal chicken, well

It’s not the chicken you’ve got, it’s what you do with it. How to cook halal chicken, well

admin | 31st October 2017
The humble chicken is so versatile that it’s almost synonymous with food itself. Halal chicken crackles, chars under fire.  Roasts in the oven.  Spits in oil.  Boils, bubbles.  We eat it with our hands, or…