COLOMBIAN BEAN STEW (ChF, GF, GF, NF, V+)

At the start of 2016 I had made it one of my goals to post more recipes of the actual foods I eat on a day to day basis here on the blog. This meant more savoury dishes with whole grains and legumes as the star attraction. No sooner had I put that statement out there, did life firmly grab hold of it and make it become a reality. Or better, NETFLIGHTS did. They contacted me, asking me to prepare a dish that represented my heritage and this Colombian bean stew - which I veganised ;) - instantly came to mind as THE recipe I needed to make for them.

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Work with me

29th April
WANT TO WORK WITH ME?
I am available for:
- food photography
- prop styling
- food styling 
- recipe development
- sponsored blog posts
- food photography and styling workshops
- 1-2-1 nutritional consultations
- supper clubs
- cookbook reviews and giveaways
Sound good? Then don’t be shy and leave a comment or give me a shout at kimberly(at)thelittleplantation(dot)co(dot)uk. Alternatively, you can also stay in touch via facebook, pinterest, instagram or my contact page. I can’t wait to hear from you!

PAST CLIENTS INCLUDE:
Orion Publishing
Primrose's Kitchen LTD
Sage Appliances
Tenderstem
Netflights
The Book People
Magnet Kitchens
Heal's 
Yuve
MASH Strategy Studio
Leisure Cooker
The Tofoo Company

SPECIAL RECOGNITION:
BLOGLOVIN' - 10 food influencers to follow right now (2016)
PINTEREST UK - Runner Up! Best of Pinterest UK 2 Food Awards - Best Vegan Recipe (2017)

FIND MY WORK IN:
Healthy Mama Magazine (on-line magazine)
Cranks
One Green Planet
Best Of Vegan
Vegan Lifestyle Magazine (on-line magazine)
Vegan Food & Living Magazine
Wayfair
Loving Earth
Izzie + Sky (on-line magazine)
VEGAN MATCHA PISTACHIO TRES LECHES CAKE WITH TWIGG STUDIOS AND SALVIA+LIMONE (V+, V, ChF, GF, R)

I am never sure how I come across on social media. If the person you envisage me to be, is anything like the person I really am. If you hear my voice in your mind the way it actually sounds (deep-ish, subtle American accent, that's gone a bit British – think Madonna in her Guy Richie days) or if you're totally off the mark ;). So in case it's not blatantly obvious – and just for your info - I am a social creature. Now, don't get me wrong, I LOVE my own company and have no problems being alone, but I thrive mostly in social situations. Hence going from a busy office full of chatty, like-minded social workers to a quiet studio (AKA the guest bedroom) where I work in solitude has been an interesting change. I am extremely happy I followed my heart and moved into blogging/food photography/recipe development (you can read more about that change here), but that's not to say being on my own during the day hasn't required some getting used to.

Consequently, I relish any given opportunity to replace my hours of solitude with moments of chatter and laughter surrounded by talented, creative and lovely women. Women who are eager and open to share their special gift and unique talent with me (I feel so lucky!). Women whose generosity made today's blog post possible.

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