Articles by Emma Robinson
As well as being a versatile storecupboard staple, tahini is a great source of protein, calcium and B vitamins and a useful ingredient in vegan recipes. So dig that half empty jar of tahini from the back of your fridge and use it to create these mouth-watering taste sensations. Who said anything about hummus?
For many people, winter can be a tough time. But it’s sure to be far worse for those who are forced to sleep rough on the streets for the coldest months of the year. We …
This delicious recipe is taken from the book ‘Love Bake Nourish’ by Amber Rose. The flavour of caramelised pears in this cake goes well with the nuttiness of buckwheat flour. It’s simple to make yet also very impressive-looking.
We recently sent Suma Member Bob to be a (very friendly) Dragon in a ‘Dragon’s Den’ style judging of young people’s community projects in Bradford.
The prestigious Community Spirit awards are a chance for community-minded individuals, charities, voluntary organisations and businesses of Calderdale to enjoy the spotlight for the evening.
Suma has made a commitment to help caterers provide meals that are healthy, environmentally friendly and support animal welfare by joining the Food for Life Catering Mark Suppliers Scheme.
Make the most of ripe and juicy British berries while they’re in season with this luscious fruit tart. The addition of fresh thyme to the custard adds depth and a subtle earthiness to offset those …
The Manuka plant is found in the green hills of New Zealand and has long been treasured by the Maori for its medicinal properties. Now you can get these benefits too, thanks to the Rowse Manuka honey range.
From 13th–19th May it’s Coeliac Awareness Week. Coeliac (pronounced see-liac) disease is often misunderstood; it’s not form of food intolerance but an autoimmune disease, where the body’s immune system attacks its own tissues. This immune …
Suma Member Nick has recently discovered a new gardening book by renowned horticulturalist Jack First, and shares her impressions.