Olive Branch Food is brought to you by Maria Koinaki and Kamil. Maria hails from the beautiful island of Crete, and together with Maria’s father Yiannis, they make their own Olive Oil on their farm in Crete. Everything good comes from Greece (ok, I am a little biased but it’s true!) Their products include a selection of mezes, tapenade, greek olive oil, delicious biscuits, gift tubes, olives and more!View Post
This delicious sweet olive, fig and almond courgette quiche is the perfect dish that can be enjoyed hot or cold, as a main or a starter. This is a gluten free and dairy free dish using sweet olive, fig and almond relish from The Olive Branch Company.
I was recently sent 4 of the latest nature’s path cereals to try and so I wanted to share my thoughts! I am already a fan of the Mesa Sunrise cereal and the crunchy Os. If you haven’t heard of Nature’s Path, then here is a little information. Natures path was founded in Vancouver, and are North America’s largest organic cereal producer producing many gluten free products. They state that ‘freefrom needn’t be taste free’. They are absolutely right, as I certainly don’t want to be munching on something that tastes like cardboard!
Gift ideas for her? You have come to the right place! These gifts are ideal for christmas and birthdays if you are a bit stuck for ideas! I was pleased with these gifts so I am sure other girls and ladies will be too! But then again, I am pleased if someone buys me gluten free biscuits!!
Valentine’s Dessert! Here is my delicious Valentine’s Day chocolate, raspberry and cherry mousse torte dessert that is simply divine! Impress your loved ones or friends with this simple and fun recipe. Trust me, they won’t be disappointed!
Custard Pie! You asked, I listened! A lot of people have been asking me for a Galaktoboureko (γαλακτομπούρεκο) recipe, which is a Greek dessert consisting of semolina custard in filo. Now unfortunately I cannot make anything with filo, as it is not gluten free and trying to get the same consistency of filo using gluten free ingredients is incredibly difficult. So this is my version of a custard pie. It is not too sweet, and not as heavy as a traditional Galaktoboureko.