This is me… Guilda being playful and creating some delicious recipes for you!


Here you will find a selection of some of my favourite, most tasty yet nutritious recipes at your fingertips.

Having run a Cafe for over 4 years and now running a successful private catering business as well as being a Personal Health & Macrobiotic Chef and NLP, Life & Health coach, I have tried and tested many hundreds of recipes and simply chosen only the best for you to try at home.

The flavours are mixed, ranging from British to Indian, Meditaranean to Persian (where my love for food was born) and even a fusion of all of these brought together all with the same focus:

~  healthy    ~  nutritious      ~  tasty          ~  fresh         ~  seasonal 

I cook foods primarily that are Vegan and Gluten Free without using any refined sugars and only using healthy fats.  I also play around with Raw dishes.

Raw is where the food is uncooked and in its natural state and brought together to create some quite delicious and fancy dishes.  Although I don’t heavily focus on the Raw diet, I do believe that we all need to play around with some Raw recipes and include them in our diets as it is beneficial to eat at least 40% of our food intake ‘Raw’, allowing the digestive system to recover from heavily processed foods and to eat simply!

With my own journey into ‘healthy eating’ starting back in 2012 (and probably unsuccessfully for many years before), where I was diagnosed with high blood pressure, high cholesterol as well as being borderline diabetes, over the last few years, I have successfully managed to turn all 3 of these ‘ailments’ around on their heads simply through healthy eating, healthy drinking (fresh juices and smoothies) as well as keeping my body moving through a daily walking regime.  As I have some damage to the spine and discs in the back, my fitness tolerance levels are minimal however I walk daily (ensuring a minimum of 10,000 steps), some tai chi and simple yoga moves hence making sure that this has now become a part of my day to day routine to achieve ultimate health.

With all this in mind, and my love and passion for food, I wanted to create some delicious recipes to share with you to try at home with the aim of not having to miss out on eating good fats and good sugars that don’t have an adverse affect on the body.

I will also be bringing in my new found skills, learnings and findings through having just completed my Macrobiotics course (which included Macrobiotic Cooking & Health Coach skills) and finding the right balance in all that we eat and do = YIN v YANG**

I welcome your input, feedback, pictures of foods you make using my recipes, your recipe ideas and suggestion and whatever you would like to share.  Life is a journey shared!

With love, light and good health

Guilda x








**YIN&YANG:  yin and yang are two forces in the universe, according to a Chinese theory: yin is the passive, negative force and yang the active, positive force. According to this theory, wise people will detect these forces in the seasons, in food and will regulate their lives accordingly, in balance of the 2 forces!

Parsnip & Apple Soup

As the weather starts to get colder, soup is always a great choice for something filling, nutritious and warm. A few days ago I took part in Bedford's own 'SoupFest' which was raising awareness and money for Bedford's Homeless and many of Bedford's top chefs came...

Trio of Hummus

Delicious and healthy snacks to enjoy on long dark cold evenings is always a good thing. Hummus is nutritious and filled with natural proteins and vitamins and when you add healthy fats and flavours, they are a great healthy choice for an evening snack as well as a...

Roasted Sesame Kale Chips

For a delicious and healthy snack, you can't go wrong with these tasty kale chips. The good thing about kale is that you can flavour it with pretty much any herb and spice and it will taste great. Ingredients 1 large pack of kale (450g) 2 tbsp sesame seeds (white,...

Tofu & Spinach Noodle Soup

As the weather is getting colder, what better way than enjoying a filling and satisfying soup on the cold dark evenings. This soup is full of protein, iron & vitamins therefore 100% nourishing and of course 100% plant based. It is easy to make in 30 minutes and...

Home Made Vegetable Stock

Creating your own vegetable stock is the greatest asset in your kitchen in terms of re-using old fruits and vegetables as well as having fresh stock to hand when you need to create delicious dishes at a moments notice. Plus, whatever food regime you follow, you can...

Mini Pecan & Pumpkin Pies

It is the time of year where pumpkins are in season and plentiful. After Halloween and leading up to Thanksgiving celebrations and Christmas, it is the perfect time of year to create these delicious beauties. Makes 12 mini pies or 1 large 9" pie Ingredients Crust 1...

Persian Green Bean Rice

Persians eat a lot of rice dishes and this is one of my favourites which is moist, full of protein and vitamins and absolutely delicious and great for the winter evenings. Serves 6 Ingredients 3 cups basmati rice white, rinsed (cooked al-dente with 6 cups of water and...

Vegetable Katsu Curry

As the weather is starting to get colder, what better way to enjoy #meatfreemonday than with my delicious #vegan recipe for 'Vegetable & Tofu Katsu Curry'. This is a dish that will surely warm you up and keep you nicely full through the day (I enjoyed this for...

Red Pepper & Lentil Soup

As the weather starts to become colder, you know it is time to start making and creating delicious, healthy & wholesome soups. Here is a tasty and warming soup you can make at home, that is both quick and easy to create. Serves 4 Ingredients 2 large red peppers,...

Vegan Chickpea Pancakes

These are not only extremely delicious and filling, these pancakes are gluten free & vegan. They are delicious served up with sweet and/or savoury toppings. The picture I am showcasing here is what I enjoyed for lunch, something light and quick, topped with...

Pickled Cucumbers (gherkins)

Make your own pickled cucumber at home the easy way. To make 2-4 litre jar Ingredients 3-4 packs of mini/baby cucumbers - approx 8 in each pack (readily available in most high street supermarkets 1 slice gluten free bread 2 tbsp fresh dill weed (can be dried although...

Spinach, Mushroom & ‘Ricotta’ Pie

This is a totally delicious and satisfying savoury pie that is not only Vegan, it is also Gluten Free and free from added sugars and saturated fats. It is quick and easy to make and delicious warmed up if you have any left overs.  Serve with a delicious salad and your...

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