Author Profile: Daphne Lambert
Daphne Lambert runs The Green Cuisine School of Food and Health, at Penrhos in Herefordshire.
Issue 300 • January/February 2017 • A Plea for Empathy > Ethical Living
Enjoying natural food with seasonal significance
Recipes - Magical Elder • Daphne Lambert
Issue 254 • May/June 2009 • Elegant Simplicity > Regulars > Recipes
Gathering armfuls of delicate elderflowers is one of the delights of early summer.
Recipes - Mid-winter Festival • Daphne Lambert
Issue 251 • November/December 2008 • Feasting & Fasting: Connecting the Plate and the Planet > Regulars > Recipes
Joyous feasts of the winter solstice.
Recipes - Pumpkins • Daphne Lambert
Issue 250 • September/October 2008 • Indigenous Intelligence: Diverse Solutions for the 21st Century > Regulars > Recipes
The varieties of pumpkin are as diverse as the people who eat them.
Recipes - Summer Spirit • Daphne Lambert
Issue 249 • July/August 2008 • Music for Transformation > Regulars > Recipes
Celebrating the summer harvest.
Recipes • Daphne Lambert
Issue 246 • January/February 2008 • Gandhi's Gift: The Power Of Nonviolence > Regulars > Recipes
Celebrating the taste and health benefits of cabbage. Sauerkraut, stuffed cabbage leaves and colcannon.
Recipes - Salads of Spring • Daphne Lambert
Issue 241 • March/April 2007 • Urban Ecology > Regulars > Recipes
A spring salad made with a delectable mix of wild and garden herbs.
Recipes - RAINBOW FEAST • Daphne Lambert
Issue 239 • November/December 2006 • A Far Cry from Christmas > Regulars > Recipes
A colourful spread to celebrate the winter solstice: tomato chutney, roast tamari carrots, corn cakes, marinaded broccoli, blueberry rice, beetroot salad, parsnip purée.
Recipes - CHILDREN'S FOOD • Daphne Lambert
Issue 235 • March/April 2006 • From Ownership to Relationship > Regulars > Recipes
Children benefit in many ways from helping out in the kitchen. Wild garlic soup, a penne dish, rhubarb crumble and fruit muffins.
Review - RECIPES FOR SANITY • Daphne Lambert
Issue 233 • November/December 2005 • The Answer is still Peace > Web Exclusives > Review
Review of Quiet Food by John Strydom