The first thing Ed, like many other millennial hipsters, did when the lockdown was announced was start his own sourdough culture for making bread at home. The result was less than impressive - a solid lump of bread. But all of that artisan flour comes at a price and food shouldn't go to waste so he decided to find a use for the lump he'd made and a way to give Robyn the BLT she was promised all at the same time - read on!
Pete is known around Square Root for being the grandeous chef de lunch due to his elaborate, gourmet lunchtime offerings. We also call him Peter Pan because he uses every single pan in the house to make these lunches - sometimes sacrifices must be made! Here's his recipe, in his own words, for a delicious and veggie Sunday lunch treat - the Nuts and Tings Roast!
Robyn loves to make shrubs at home - the tart, fruity and complex flavours are perfect if you're looking for an easy alternative to make cocktails (non-alcoholic or otherwise) at home. They're also surprisingly simple to make and great for your gut health. This blueberry (known for being high in antioxidants and Vit C) and ginger (great for digestion!) is a great spring or summertime sipper so get stuck in!
Amanda created this recipe after her husband had to give up dairy. She could no longer bear his sad-puppy face whenever he remembered the existence of creamy baked cheesecake, his favourite dessert, and so she got to work on this dairy-free alternative which really hits the spot.