Food & Drink

Sarah Wight

Sarah Wight

Roasted Cherry Tomato, Cilantro and Lentil Salad

Summer produce is full of deep reds, pinks, purples. I don’t doubt this is to buffer the effects of a full summer season basking in the sunshine. Rich, dark pigment translates to powerful antioxidant power. So dose up, people. I love this salad, mostly for lunches with a side of wild smoked salmon, or for dinner with grilled fish. It also hold up nutritionally alone, so is great alone, too. Slow roasted cherry tomatoes in a touch of olive oil…


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Cleansing Summer Smoothie

The body does an incredible job of detoxifying naturally on its own. That said, we can use nutrition to optimise the efficiency of our detox organs. Think toxic skin products, pollution, wine, coffee, and lots of sugar (the list goes…


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Herb and Lemon Zest Grilling Marinade

Summer is here which means it's grilling season and also fishing season. Wahoo is especially abundant this time of year, and my favorite local fish. This recipe works well with any fish or poultry, though. Marinating is not only amazing…


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Grilled Fish with a Lemony Mint Pea Mash

A simple weeknight dinner idea we’ve been doing around here includes fresh fish, frozen peas, sunflower seeds, zest and herbs from a kitchen garden. Cilantro, parsley, basil and mint are rich in chlorophyll and anti-oxidants, and a functional way of…


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Beauti-fuel Popsicles

These popsicles are rich, sweet and have a sour tang from the raspberries and lime. They are beautiful and bright and have simple good for you ingredients, too but feel indulgent. They hit the spot on a summer night after…

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Nana’s Brownies

My faithful yet skeptical grandmother is this month’s recipe contributor.  Although the recipe is from my late great grandmother, it was part of The Bermudian Cookery published in 1977. Nana’s brownies, whilst with good and loving intentions, will likely land…