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Oven roast semi-dried tomatoes

25th January 2015 I have learnt that raw tomatoes are not giving me as much as when they are cooked, nutrition wise. So once a week I buy a bulk load of tomatoes on the vine and then roast them slowly in the oven

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Butternut squash and miso mushroom vegetable lasagne with curly kale and rosemary

23rd January 2015 I have been looking for ways to make a really light version for another variation of the classic lasagne. This version uses butternut squash instead of pasta layers.

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Join Lorraine at the BBC Good Food Eat Well Show

20th January 2015 As fan, believer and practitioner of clean-living, Lorraine will be on hand to inspire at the ultimate healthy living food event, showing off some delicious healthy recipes in the Healthy Kitchen.

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Vote for Lorraine in the Fortnum & Mason Awards

20th January 2015 Vote for Lorraine in this year's Fortnum & Mason Food & Drink Awards for your chance at winning a luxury hamper worth £500!

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Baked lentil and bean cottage pie with a potato and parsnip mash top

20th January 2015 I was very tempted not to put this recipe in the book and instead place a meaty version in there, but I have it on solemn word from the family that this beany cottage pie really does taste pretty good.

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Raw vegan moist carrot cake with cashew, walnut and orange frosting

17th January 2015 It's moist, it's quick to make, (admittedly the cashews in it are not the cheapest), but for a now-and-again treat, it really is worth experimenting with.

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Baked chilli haddock with a red pepper and red onion relish with capers and parsley.

16th January 2015 For me nutrition has to come from varied and tasty dishes, using both raw and cooked veg full of interesting flavours to keep things exciting for everyone. This dish, I believe, is an example of that.

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Lorraine's Blog: Liberian Girl

14th January 2015 I urge you to go and see this play. If you don’t usually like theatre, then this one is for you. If you do usually like theatre, then this one is for you.

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Moroccan chicken pot pies with cumin and coriander, and a crispy filo top

12th January 2015 Traditionally pot pies are not from North Africa, nor are they made with the lighter-than-light filo pastry, but as we are baking a lighter way I hope you can forgive me for all that.

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Lorraine's Blog: The Mighty Tomato

9th January 2015 I thought I had been eating lots of them - but not in the right way. After learning so much about this mighty little red fruit, I came up with a tomato, avocado, and pumpkin seed salsa salad with ginger and cayenne.

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