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I started this site because I believe in a world where EVERYONE deserves access to fresh, organic, REAL food. And through awareness, education and inspiration I believe we can create this world.


We are constantly bombarded with information about what to eat and what not to eat, yet it's SO simple! All we have to do is...


E A T . R E A L . F O O D .

The Stories



Ally's Kitchen Stories has a quarterly feature in Mums In Bahrain magazine which is based in Bahrain. It's a FOODIE mag with a huge hit of readers. I talk about bebe weaning & general mama advice through tried & tested scenarios with my little strawberry!


We have had the best feedback so far and have seen some great shots of super mama's trying out my recipes! 




Ally's Kitchen Stories feature in Bahrain's most influential source of useful content dedicated to sports and wellness.



Ally's Kitchen Stories has a monthly feature in FACT magazine which is based in the Middle East. It's a FOODIE mag with a huge hit of readers. I talk about bebe weaning & general mama advice through tried & tested scenarios with my little strawberry!


We have had the best feedback so far and have seen some great shots of super mama's trying out my recipes! 




Ally's Kitchen Stories is back after a well earned break baking a scrummy bebe called Bella who is the newest member in the kitchen now. We have had great fun cooking together, taste testing and exploring all sorts of delicious and nutritious recipes. I have learnt that you should never try to serve your bebe a meal you wouldn’t eat yourself. I believe that we as parents have a duty to our bebe's, to educate them around nutrition and ensure they have a positive relationship with food. Bebe's deserve the best nutrition, the freshest ingredients, and a variety of tastes and textures to help them grow, learn and play. Nourish your baby, Nourish yourself. 







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Shore Projects


They have an awesome new watch (im wearing it in the shot) called 'The Salcombe' watch. Ya ha, named after our awesome little seaside town in South Devon. 


I approached Shore Projects as I love their watches and wanted to see if they were interested in my recipes added to their look book and quarterly magazine. They said YES. In return I got a snazzy 'Salcombe Watch'. My mission is to take shots of the watch locally in Salcombe and send seasonal recipes. No problemo!!! Watch this space.




This weeks West magazine had my face on it!!! 


I have been a columist for West Magazine for a couple of months now and have enjoyed all the new followers and awesome feedback from everyone. 




So my ultimate dream... Ally's Kitchen Stories Cook Book. 


During this shoot, I laughed, I stumbled and crashed on a bunch of rapeseeds and left the shoot with big smiles as we got our shots! One step closer to the dream and so lucky to have the best support from my family and friends.


(Follow these girls they are the bizz)


My recipe has made it on to Sister & Co (click here for their hot site)

These girls are a new start up too, selling all things coconutty!



Im really excited..why? Because I have been asked to share my recipes weekly for Western Morning Magazine (every sunday). Im hoping this brings a woosh of healthy foodie lovers to my page and events. Will post the first link up as soon as its out on 22nd March.




Cookie Monster bakes her first batch of doggie biscuits with her mumma!!! 

These are super easy to make, cheap and real healthy for doggie and human tummies! (For the recipe) Click Here 




Always try to make your way to local markets and be in tune with what’s in season.         

There are plenty across our beautiful island. Be conscious of how many packaged products you use in a week. For example, instead of buying that soup in a tin try 

making it yourself. Your taste buds and body will thank you.



Sleep is the most important thing (more important than diet and exercise) when it comes to establishing a healthy life. 


A good night’s sleep will make us feel more active and alert on the following day. Energy levels after a good sleep are higher, your mental awareness is more acute and you are more likely to smile more. A restful sleep session not only feels great, but it increases our chances for another good night’s sleep next time we go to bed.


Sleep is the time for our body to repair any damage caused by stress, ultraviolet rays and other harmful exposures. During sleep, cells produce more protein which is used in repairing damaged cells. Muscle injuries and other trauma also heal faster during sleep.


So... here's a challenge if your not getting enough zzzz. Make sure you have zero electronics in the room (Detox from electronics in the evenings after a certain time) have a good stretch before getting ready for bed, try to calm your brain from any negative thoughts, worries or pressures you might have and tell yourself everything is A ok! Once your full of happy thoughts, let your body snooze away! Wake up naturally when your body is ready as you have had enough sleep. Forcing yourself to wake up is not a good sign. You will start to feel the sense of increased energy. 


This is what I found out: People who sleep for less than seven hours per night are more likely to be overweight or obese. Lack of sleep affects the levels of ghrelin and leptin, the hormones responsible for regulating our appetite.


So, to put it simply, if you want to stay in shape, get more sleep!


P.S Smile before you sleep and when you wake up! Its a beautiful feeling.