Tinned Tomatoes

Blog URL:http://www.tinnedtomatoes.com
Blog Tags:vegetarian, blog-event, scotland, no-croutons-required, pasta, soup, salad, cakes, ice cream
Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:Angus

Vegetarian food that will please everyone.

Tasty pasta dishes, comforting soups, colourful salads, creamy risottos, lusious cakes and homemade ice creams and sorbets to die for.

Host of monthly blog event - No Croutons Required.



Latest Blog Posts



Some of you may know I had a monthly column in Vegan Life Magazine, which later became Cook Vegan for a couple of years. I gave the column up at the end of last year when the magazine changed to Plant Based. I felt I had been writing the column long...

YAY! My book is finally out! Living on the Veg: A kids' guide to life without meatI say my book, but it was co-authored with Clive Gifford, who shared all the interesting facts and tips, while I created the recipes. I'm really pleased with...

Do you take the time to make a special breakfast on a Sunday morning? Perhaps you make a full cooked breakfast? We have a very relaxed start to the day on a Sunday. We wake up a little later than usual (if we 're lucky), then we take our ti...

One of my Facebook page readers recently called me the Queen of Sandwiches. I suppose she may be onto something. I have shared rather a lot of sandwiches and wraps on my blog.There isn't a great deal of inspiration out there and it all seems rather s...

Don't you just love a fluffy, buttery scone?They are so associated with afternoon tea here in Scotland (and in England too), that it just wouldn't be the same without them.I just love them, especially when they're still warm from the oven.Scottish Hi...

It's nearly Easter and time to buy some Easter goodies.This year Marks and Spencer have a great range of veggie treats for Easter from adult and kids Easter eggs to Easter gifts for the little ones, eggs to set up your own Easter egg hunt and of cour...

Gnocchi is a handy ingredient to have in your fridge. Yes you can make your own, but if like me you haven't managed to get that recipe quite right yet (yes it was a disaster), then shop bought gnocchi is the next best thing.I usually use gnocchi to m...