The wonderful world of grains

This month at Herbilicious, we’re celebrating the wonderful world of grains. Grains, in all shapes and sizes, have been a staple part of our diets for hundreds of centuries – that’s why grains like freekah, teff, amaranth and spelt are often referred to as ‘ancient grains’.  The nutritious, fibrous and versatile qualities of grains make… Read more »

Aromatic Rosemary

Aromatic rosemary is one of the most versatile and flavoursome herbs around. Many see it simply as a staple for their winter casseroles and soups, but we’ll let you in on a little secret – it’s also fabulous on your barbecue meats and even summer cocktails! As herb expert Jekka McVicar points out, ‘No kitchen… Read more »

Cool Mint

Cool, clean mint is our herb of the month because, plain and simple – it is just one of the most versatile, flavoursome ways of adding value to every dish you create and not to mention, it makes us feel summery! Think about it, mint works in every meal time. Your breakfast (Mint & Cranberry… Read more »

Herbilicious Pulses

In case you missed it, 2016 is the ‘International Year of the Pulse’! That’s right; the UN Assembly has declared that the whole year will be dedicated to celebrating the food. So here are five reasons why you need to get involved:   1) Pulses include beans, lentils and peas They’re cheap, low-fat, a great… Read more »