Thursday, 30 September 2010


inspiration for this has come in all different guises,shapes and surprises.. the seeds are not an essential to the overall taste, but as 'life' is created from a seed, which then shoots off into a bulb of its own, i found it appropriate.
so create , consume, and share the love of this little bloom, raise your glasses to glory! glory!

whats in it
2 stems of purple broccoli
3 stems of swiss chard
3 stems of spinach
chunk cucumber
chunk courgette
1tbsp natural yogurt
1 ripe pear
handful of sesame seeds


up and at em.. that's me on this foggiest of days in the capital.. I didnt sleep too long mind.. but I'm raring to go.. and today's offering probably reflects my current state of well being..even a few miles on the dark streets hasn' t dampened by enthusiasm for what i hope will be a glorious Thursday!

1 pint of mixed frozen fruit.. mainly dark cherries.. but also cranberries, raspberries, blueberries,blackberries.

1/2 cup of rolled oats

1 pint of rice milk

add milk and oats to a saucepan and bring to the boil

add fruit to the blender with a little rice milk/water and blend.

add oats to the blend and whizz some more.

voila.. serves two. enjoy

Wednesday, 29 September 2010


a smoothie that's so smoooove.. you'll wonder why you haven't tried it before...I'm aware that most people wont have all the ingredients to hand.. but please try and get them in if you can, as we all know how boring it is following the same recipes daily...something which we never do @ Wallop!

 whats in it
1 banana
1/2 fresh pomegranate.. seeds only
1tsp maca root
1/2 cup coconut water
1tsp manuka honey

fire all ingredients into blender.. and whizz.. serves two..

and why

 In the traditional medicine of India and the ancient Persia this golden fruit is regarded as nature's secret of perpetual youth. To this day, banana is known for promoting healthy digestion and creating a feeling of youthfulness. They help promote the retention of calcium, phosphorus and nitrogen - all of which then work to build sound and regenerated tissues. Banana also contains invert sugar, which is an aid to youthful growth and metabolism.

Pomegranates are a Super fruit.

The term “superfruit” refers to a fruit that's not only nutrient-dense and high in antioxidants, but one that has the ability to affect cell and molecular structure, and the potential to be beneficial to overall health.

Pomegranates are estimated to have three to seven times as much antioxidant value as green tea. Antioxidants are important to the human body because they help reduce the harmful effects of oxidants, or “free radicals,” and can help repair damage already done to cells.

Pomegranates are also high in Vitamin C and fiber, and contain the minerals iron, potassium and calcium. Other nutrients include Vitamin A, Vitamin E and folic acid.

maca root
maca root benefits that have always intrigued people are that it is a nutritious food that gives those who consume it more energy, strength, and endurance. As well as this, many people have used the root as an aphrodisiac down the ages. This benefit has recently been confirmed by scientists who have found that on some level it appears to increase the overall sexual drive of both men and women, and that it can also help to improve semen quality in men. This is not something that occurs because maca directly affects hormone production, but rather it is the unique nutritional content of the maca that causes it to assist the endocrine system in producing extra hormones that are then able to stimulate the sexual drive of people who are using it.

coconut water:
First of all, coconut water will help keep your body cool as it lowers your temperature.  It also helps carry oxygen to the cells in your body. It has been known to promote weight loss and it will help you clean out your digestive tract as well.  Coconut water benefits also include helping with circulation and helping the body break down kidney stones.  So far, it sounds that coconut water is really good for the human body.

manuka honey:
Manuka Honey is a premium grade honey that is derived from the New Zealand honey bees who feed on the blossoms of the Manuka bush. It has a natural antibacterial and anti inflammatory properties that can inhibit the growth and development of bacteria on the skin surface. It rapidly destroys the bacteria which causes the infection and hastens the process.


right people.. as I'm on day 3 of my self imposed 5 day detox.. its time for my old pal.. the ' beet' to make an appearance. beetroots are amazing.. not only do they completely over power any juice but they are so good for you.. and i do mean the raw dirty ones, not the ones that have been polished up soaked in vinegar and left on store shelves for decades!!

whats in it
2 apples
1/2 raw beetroot
2 stems of chard
2 stems of curly kale
slice of fennel
stem of mint

what its good for

beetroot: containing the powerful antioxidant betacyanin, which gives beetroot its deep red hue, this vegetable purifies the blood and has anti-carcinogenic properties. Research shows it boosts the body’s natural defenses in the liver, regenerating immune cells. Also contains silica, vital for healthy skin, fingernails, ligaments, tendons and bones.
Beet is believed to be native of the Mediterranean region of Europe and probably Western Asia. It has been used as a vegetable for the last 2000 years, even by early Greeks and Romans. It was so appreciated by ancients that it was offered on silver to Apollo in his temple at Delphi.
Beetroot contains sodium, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, iodine, iron, copper, Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6 and C

The apple is a highly nutritive food. It contains minerals and vitamins in abundance. The food value of the apple is chiefly constituted by its contents of sugar which ranges from 9 to 51 per cent. Of this, fruit sugar constitutes 60 per cent and glucose 25 pet cent and cane sugar only 15 per cent.
Apples are useful in kidney stones
Raw apples are good for constipation.are of special value to heart patients. They are rich in potassium and phosphorus but low in sodium. It is also useful for patients of high blood pressure.
Apple is also said to be beneficial to gout patients caused by increase of uric acid in blood.
Tooth-decay can be prevented by regular consumption of apples as they possess a mouth cleansing property.
The apple is the best fruit to tone up a weak and run-down patient. It removes deficiencies of vital organs and makes the body stout and strong. It tones up the body and the brain as it contains more phosphorus and iron than any other fruit or vegetable.

Swiss chard is packed with nutrition.  It is an excellent source of vitamins C, E, and K, carotenes, chlorophyll, and fiber.  It is also an excellent source of several minerals including potassium,magnesium, iron, and manganese.  Swiss chard is also a good source of many other nutrients including vitamin B6, protein, calcium, thiamine, selenium, zinc, niacin, and folic acid.  
Swiss chard is one of the most powerful anti-cancer foods to its combination of traditional nutrients; phytochemicals, chlorophyll, other plant pigments, and soluble fiber. The generous amount of vitamin K that is contained in Swiss chard, is especially beneficial in the maintenance of bone health.

Kale's risk-lowering benefits for cancer have recently been extended to at least five different types of cancer. These types include cancer of the bladder, breast, colon, ovary, and prostate. Isothiocyanates (ITCs) made from glucosinolates in kale play a primary role in achieving these risk-lowering benefits.
Kale is now recognized as providing comprehensive support for the body's detoxification system. New research has shown that the ITCs made from kale's glucosinolates can help regulate detox at a genetic level.
Researchers can now identify over 45 different flavonoids in kale. With kaempferol and quercetin heading the list, kale's flavonoids combine both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits in way that gives kale a leading dietary role with respect to avoidance of chronic inflammation and oxidative stress.

Fennel has been used to treat digestive ailments since the time of the ancient Egyptians. Recent studies support the traditional use of fennel as a digestive aid. It has been shown to relieve intestinal spasms and cramping in the smooth muscle lining of the digestive tract, which helps relieve uncomfortable gastrointestinal symptoms

Today, fennel is an active ingredient in many combination herbal formulas used to balance hormones in menopausal and premenstrual women. It is also included in some herbal formulas that claim to promote natural breast enhancement.
Fennel has a reputation as an appetite suppressant and promoter of weight-loss. Some studies have shown that fennel does indeed have some diuretic effect, and may help reduce water retention.

This Herb is bombarded with many vitamins and minerals. It contains carotene, the pigment which is part of Vitamin B complex family. It also contains good amounts of Thiamine.
Riboflavin, essential for many biological functions in body, is also present in Mint. Niacin and Folic acid are also present. Folic acid is very important vitamin for women.
It is directly related to optimal hormonal functioning of the body. The mood swings in women can be directly related to Folic acid deficiency. The immune system booster Vitamin C is also present.
It works as a powerful antioxidant. It is because of this reason that it has been extensively studied as anticancer drug. Minerals present in Mint include calcium, Phosporus, Zinc, Copper, magnesium and manganese, Selenium and fluoride.

Tuesday, 28 September 2010


for my final juice of the day.. i felt all fruity.. like you do..did i fancy a smoothie.. or a juice.. well i fancied a bit of both.. so i knocked up this tasty number, as you can see, it says.. drink me and saviour me..and you will.. every last drop

1 pear

1 cup rice milk

1/2 cup coconut water

generous amount of fruit cranberries, cherries, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries

add ice

juice the pear.. add to blender.. and blend the rest.. serves deux.


here comes a treat.. we all love treats.. but this one is a healthy treat.. so please indulge to the max

1 ripe banana

1 cup of coconut water

1/2 cup almond milk

1tbsp raw cacao powder


all done in a blender.. whizz for a few mins to crush the ice.. and serve yourself and a friend.

taste sensation... like no other.. mother.. brother...


2 apples ( gala)
1 stick celery
1tsp hemp protein
1tsp maca root
1tbsp natural yoghurt
handful spinach
handful purple broccoli
handful chard
2 cabbage leafs

juice the hard vegetables in the juicer.
pour entire contents into blender, add yogurt, hemp and maca, and whizz for a few minutes.

And you have a powerful mostly green juice, that will shake you up, and make you feel a million dollars!!

For the record i use organic produce for the greater benefits, that's not  to say you cant use regular fruit and veg, just scrub it well.

Monday, 27 September 2010


whats inside:
1 cup of blueberries, fresh or frozen, either or.
1/2 glass of almond milk
1 banana
1tsp manuka honey
serves two

 and why:

Almond Milk: better than soya, it contains less sugar for one, lower in calories than cows milk, is lactose free, contains potassium, magnesium, selanse, manganese,vitamin E, its loaded with protein.. plus it doesnt taste like milk, it has a nutty flavour in fact.. its said that 10 almonds contain as much protein as half a pound of meat.

Blueberries:are a natural antioxidant and contain flavenoids, beta carotene, ellagic acid, vitamin A, E, C, fibre, and can improve eye vision.

Banana: rich in potassium. they contain vitamins A,B, C, also iron, fibre, amino acids. they also contain tryptophan which leads to improved moods, they are good for eyesight, healthy bones, bowel problems, blood pressure, heartburn, good kidney function

Manuka Honey : its more than just a sticky treat.Manuka honey is an all curing honey.. good for the immune system, rehydrates the body, sore throats, colds, eye infections, its being used to treat many ailments. for the record i use a 20+ which is a higher strain.


when you juice you need a balance of colours and a balance only comes when you use different fruits and vegetables.. so as this is my lunch. as part of my own 5 day detox, i have opted for the green machine..

whats in inside

1 pear
1 stick celery
chunk cucumber
chunk of courgette
slice of artichoke
1/2 lime ( optional)
2 green cabbage leaves
2 stems of purple sprouting broccoli
2 stems of fresh spinach
2 stems of curly kale
1tsp barley grass powder
serves one

and the benefits

pear : is a low sugar option instead of apple, good for diabetics

celery: is good for digestion and lowers blood pressure

cucumber: containing  96% water its a diuretic and is alkaline

courgette: internal cleanser and aids the kidneys

artichoke:  stabilises blood sugar levels, contains inulin

green cabbage:  good for the stomach

purple broccoli: cancer fighter, contains beta carotene, fibre and protein

spinach: circulation, constipation and lymph system

curly kale: weight loss, skin problems, asthma

barley grass: cancer fighter, lowers cholesterol, blood builder

lime: aids digestion, high in alkaline, cholera killer


Monday morning, its wake me up, pick me up , and throw me out again time..

everything in a glass.. to give you the tools that you need to get started on an autumn day

2 apples
2 tomatoes
2 carrots
1 stick celery
1 pear
handful of lettuce
handful of spinach
slice ginger
slice fennel

serves two.. or just over one pint


Saturday, 25 September 2010


After a mammoth 32hrs without sleep.. and 10hrs of travel.. i need something to replenish the system.. water is fine.. but it doesnt feed the

survival juice
1 stick of celery
chunk cucumber
1 carrot
1 pear
1 apple
1 whole raw beetroot
handful of spinach

Friday, 24 September 2010


..just a quick and simple drink sent forth by PG whilst on his travels..real freshener, really simple and unbelievably simple -

2 apples and half a lemon juiced..pour over crushed ice..


Pics later...
Happy weekend!!!


we all need a wakey wakey pick me up in the morning.. and what better way.. than porridge and or cold, it doesnt matter..cos the taste.. is like veeeeeelllllvvvvveeeeettttttt...

take 1 cup of oats..porridge or otherwise.. mix with water / or milk, soya, goat, plain or what have you, and bring to the boil on the hob.

in the blender.. take handful of cherries, handful of raspberries, handful of blueberries...

add the oats to the fruit.. and blend.. velvet morning..serves two

water or milk

Thursday, 23 September 2010



..pre-soup prep for the la's evening meal..guest in tow tonight..another northerner so ingredients influenced by meeeeee grandads allotment..

Sauteed some Swiss chard, spinach, leeks, white onion, broccoli and garlic in olive oil, sea salt and black pepper..20 mins..Wallop!

Boiling up some sweet potato and Maris-piper potatoes in veg stock and crushed coriander seeds until soft..20-25 min's should do it as I'm making enough to feed half of Camden..will freeze theirs though as they don't eat..:)

Leave to rest for 20 Min's and then can put in a low-fat creme fraiche or natural yogurt if you like..

End results comin' up this evening..



..light lunch offering from Wallop HQ..simple, tasty, healthy -

Poached Ben's Hens Organic Eggs in Water and White Wine Vinegar
Pan-Fried Asparagus, Sea Salt, Black Pepper
Toasted Wholemeal Pitta
HUGE handful of Chopped Parsley

Couple of cups of Matcha Tea..sweeeeeeeeeeet dudes!

Enjoy..and after that loaded juice this don't get no better..maybe a quick trip to the bedroom for a monumental finale..:)

Much love..



ultimate energy booooster coming your way in the shape of an all green all energy juice,with a couple of added specials....

2 apples (gala)
handful of chard
handful of spinach
2 sprigs of mint
1 stick celery
2 sprigs of parsley
chunk cucumber
chunk courgette
1tsp organic maca root powder
1tsp organic hemp protein powder
1tbsp natural live yogurt
add ice

maca is a natural root from Peru that aids fertility in women and libido in men making it a natural energy zinger and aphrodisiac.. the hemp protein is a natural all vegetarian protein.
the added fruit and vegetables give you all the vitamins and minerals your body needs to function.. all in all.. its a kicker of a morning juice.

Wednesday, 22 September 2010


2 tsp raw cacao powder
1 banana
1tsp manuka honey
2 scoops frozen natural yoghurt
1/2 cup goats milk

first time we have done this at Wallop.. but i must say.. its a taste sensation!!
The cacao, the banana, the yoghurt, the honey, even the goats milk..
its all bonza wonza


Everyone is aware of the need to eat our greens on a daily basis.. the greener.. the better..
well this morning, we have taken it literally.. and gone for a 99% green juice, with the only thing not green, the apple, and that's just to sweeten it up a tad.

In this bad boy of juicy-ness is :

1 apple (gala)
sprig of mint
sprig of parsley
2 florets broccoli
handful of chard
handful of spinach
stick of celery
chunk of cucumber

After consumption, and within 20 mins people as its a living food, the brain and the body will feel alive, you'll get all giddy, people will think you've gone mad..
But really you've just given yourself a shake up and wake up!

A, B1, B2, B6 , C, E, K, Niacin

other essentials
folic acid

Tuesday, 21 September 2010


Sooooo..Matt's takin' time out of the kitchen to spend 3 days on a juice-tox..goes a little something like this..

- morning workout consisting of the Jump, Jap and Juice programme (see earlier post titled Jump, Jab and Juice) only now I add in 60 crunches (sit-ups) as well..

- reward with a juice (designed by the master blender himself, PG) and then a midday Matcha Green Tea..

- late afternoon I have another juice, or wizz up a soup made purely of vegetables and sometimes some fruits too..just as easy as the juicing with only a little cooking time required and it does help combat that little shithead devil-craving you get inside for some of the nastier foods you might still want to have a nosh on..

- next up an early evening Jump, Jab and Juice sess (with the crunches/same as this morning)'ll be a bit fooked after this so finish the day with a long hot shower, wind down, sit back and relax with another Matcha Green tea and chill the night away..

- one thing I always do is to try and push myself a little more each day..5 more crunches, another couple of minutes on the punch bag, 150 bounces on the trampoline instead of 125..that sort of gives you a little goal each day and you will feel the benefits..

In true Wallop style this is all a little bit made up but..

'it's working for me, why it can't for thee!!


the wallop bread factory steps up a gear

Walnut and Pineapple..loaf.

Pre heat oven to 180 degrees
I tend to use the same formula for the right texture so........
2 cups of wholemeal flour (organic)
1 cup of white flour ( organic)
1tsp bicarbonate soda
2tsp cream of tartar
pinch of salt
handful of dried pineapple cut up into small pieces
handful of walnuts.. again cut up for an even spread
mix everything together

add to contents to silicone loaf tin,  ( glaze with an egg ) then wallop in the oven for 60mins.. stick Elvis on the stereo and make a cup of matcha green tea..then...wait for the magic to happen..when baked.. leave to cool on a wire rack or cover with a tea towel for 2hrs or so.


in the juicer

one whole raw beetroot
one stick celery
half of a lime
one whole carrot
one apple

in the blender
one banana
and a quarter cup of soya milk

whizz all together.. and its mizz pink frost.. consume immediately

inspiration... pink frost.. by the chills .. wicked track..

Monday, 20 September 2010

and here's a little something i prepared earlier

ginger bread

so its basically 3 cups wholemeal flour, 1 cup of white flour
1tsp bicarbonate soda ( as i dont use yeast)
1+1/2 tsp cream of tartar
pinch of salt
1 stem of crystalized ginger, finely diced.
1 egg for glazing

mix all ingredients.. add to silicone dish, beat the egg.. and brush over the mixture..whack in oven at 180 degrees for 60 mins.
remove and cool or 1 or 2 hrs.. then serve with anything you desire

Dr Kitch

the dr kitch.. a little old skool, a little off the wall, a little creamy, a tad lovely, and a zinger in its step.. just what you need for a monday morning, or any morning, if you need and extra boom in your room!

whats in it
barley grass :live enzymes and anti ageing
banana :slow release energy and depression
2 apples :lower cholesterol and aids the liver
fennel : toxin removal and flatulence
celery : immune system and free radical eliminator
spinach : brain function and eyesight
pineapple :flu fighter and digestion aid
ginger : digestive problems and cold allergies

A, B, B1, B2, B6, C, E, K,beta carotene, folic acid, pantothenic acid

minerals : 
potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, copper, phosphorus, zinc, manganese

Saturday, 18 September 2010


weekend loaf.. very simple to make, better than any shop bought one..

whats in it

3 cups of organic wholmeal flour
1tsp bicarbonate soda
1tsp cream of tartar
pinch of salt
buttermilk and sour cream are all optional.
1 egg for glazing

pre heat oven to 180 degrees
wallop the mixture in a suitable silicone tin
stick in oven for 60 mins.
when done.. and hollow sounding.. remove and lay on rack or cover with clean tea towel for 2hrs.
Enjoy with anything, butter, marmalade, jam, cheese etc etc.


Red Morning Light.. what a beautiful specimen of a morning pick me up this is.. its got everything you need to kick start your day. ...this beautiful baby of love contains...

2 apples
2 carrots
1 pear
1 button mushroom
1 stick celery
1 raw beetroot
handful spinach
chunk courgette
chunk cucumber

1 banana
1/2 cup soya milk

add juice to blender.. whizz up..2 mins or so......admire.. ...and pour.. ...serves two

Friday, 17 September 2010


yesterday i was running around the North of England.. good time had by all, but a late one in terms of getting back to the HQ.. and bed. So today a pick me up is in order to replenish the body, the mind and of course the soul..

so today i have gone for the jugular.. the taste is amazzzzzzziiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnng!

2 apples ( Gala)
handful of spinach
handful of frozen mango
2 sticks of celery
1/4 yellow bell pepper
1 banana
1tbsp live natural yogurt
1 stem of Fennel

juice the apples, spinach,celery,pepper, fennel
blend the mango,banana, yogurt

Enjoy.. serves two

whats it for
Apple: constipation and digestion
Spinach :strength, energy, fitness levels
Mango:controls blood pressure and boosts immune systems
Celery: digestive system and helps arthritis sufferers
Yellow Bell:prevent clotting and heart problems
Banana:lowers blood pressure and lowers cholesterol
Yogurt: maintains good health and
Fennel:detoxifying and colon care

A:  good eye health, antioxidant, immunity boosting
B1: energy production, healthy nervous system
B2: energy gainer from foods, aids healthy eyes,nails and hair
B3:keeps skin healthy, maintaining proper function of nervous and digestive systems
B5: essential for living blood cells, helps metabolize fats in the body
B6: helps cell production, hormonal changes in women
B12: red blood cells, healthy nervous system
C: fights wounds and infections, protects immune system
D:healthy bones and teeth, regulate calcium in the body
E: protection of cell membranes and nervous system
K: maintains energy and helps with blood clotting

minerals and essentials
beta carotene's
folic acid

Thursday, 16 September 2010


..Pauli's gone to the hallowed turf of MY team, MY beloved, the mighty and one only team that Pele, Maradonna or Cruyff would ever have thought about joining, the TRUE reds of the north of England..

In the meantime, we have a guest over from Ireland today..dear Jamie will be filling the boots of juice man (whilst up north juice man is polishing the boots of another chap who's name begins with 'J'!!!)..

Look out for tonights bit of inspiration..not only frrom Wallop HQ..but from up in the stands at the mighty Anfield at around 8PM..

Good luck up North today G Star!


Ruby Thursday

handful of fresh spinach
couple sticks of celery
chunk of courgette
slice of ginger
one apple
one pear
slice of pineapple

handful of raspberries
handful of blueberries
1tbsp natural yoghurt

add juicer contents to blender contents.. whizz that all up.. and voila.. Ruby Thursday.. serves two

Wednesday, 15 September 2010

..WOW at WALLOP!!!!!

..oh yes my babies, oh yes, oh yes..albeit temporarily, the crown's why -

BEETROOT SOUP, GRILLED PORTOBELLO MUSHROOM, POACHED EGG..I ain't gonna title this with anymore lingo..just tell you what I did..

..boiled up 3 whole beetroots (with all the beetroot stalks), 3 maris-piper potatoes, carrots, white onion, leek, fennel, star-anise, ginger, crushed carraway seeds, grated the zest of a whole orange and then squeezed in the juice, sea salt and black pepper..let it come to the boil and then simmer for 3 hours..once it's settled leave it to rest for half an hour then either blitz with a stick blender or put into a blender and blend!!

...wanted to add something a bit different so I grated some garlic into a portobello mushroom, drizzled over the top a little olive oil, sea salt and black pepper then grilled for 6-7 minutes..

..poach one egg in water and a little white wine vinegar..

..pour soup into large round bowl, float the mushroom in the middle and put the poached egg on top..finish with a little cracked black pepper, a drizzle of double cream and wallow in pure, uncensored food lust and if you have the energy after you've finished, I would highly recommend you drop your pants and play with yourself for a while but I promise you it won't be as enjoyable as eating this..


Much love from your resident Wallop chef..xx


..resident smoothie has decided to cheat on the Wallop family by buggering off and eating out..this gives me the opportunity to take back the title with something a bit special tonight..

..usual Wallop rules apply -

1. Matt goes to local grocery store without a clue as to what to buy/cook

2. make something up that is both inspired, delicious and a visual delight..tonight I think I've come up with something is basically a little bit of genius..

See post this evening for details..and drooooool!!!

Tis tea time for two @ Wallop

The science of Organic Matcha Green tea

One ¼ teaspoon of MATCHA  or (1g) = FIFTEEN cups of regular GREEN tea

Contains SEVENTY times the antioxidants of ORANGE JUICE

NINETY times the beta carotene of SPINACH

Along with vitamins A, B and C

Its boosts METABOLISM between 30-40%


Elevates MOODS



Still fancy a calorie loaded sugary latte people?


This morning we have a vitamin and mineral packed punch. wallop stylie of course.. smaller glasses also, as its potent, but all is required to keep the ' rainbow' of colours that the body needs to function, and in shiny tip-top condition.

Makes two similar sized glasses

Whats in it:
3 carrots
2 apples ( gala)
1 whole raw beetroot
handful spinach
handful rocket
handful parsley
1 banana ( blended)
1tsp dr udos power greens

why its good for you:
Carrot :  eyes and vision
Apple :  digestion and detoxification
Beetroot : cholesterol lowering and healthy liver
Spinach : heart disease prevention and colon cancer helper
Rocket :indigestion, releases energy
Parsley : blood builder and fatigue
Banana :instant energy and help overcome depression
Dr Udos :contains 33 super foods and omega 3s and 6s,

A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B-Complex, C, E, K,

Omega 3 oils

Other essentials:
Folic Acid
Beta Carotene

pre juice wash up

Tuesday, 14 September 2010


Well peeps after Matt graciously conceded that his dish, tho beautiful in looks, garnishes and taste didn't quite compare to the " purple rain' smoothie.. and frankly.. well.. yes.. i will accept the victory for tonight and leave you with our lingering dessert.. no pictures on this one, as its a slice or three of yesterdays walloping treacle and ginger loaf with real butter and home made lemon marmalade.. mmmmm

Matt and I shall resume our friendly rivalries tomorrow only @ wallop!!


..however, I feel a begrudging acceptance of defeat is in order tonight..I will start with the menu, and then discuss -

Sweet Cured Scotttish Mackerel, Pan-Fried Spinach, Oven Roasted Baby Tomatoes with an Apple, Fennel and Potato Dauphinoise

Now, the thing is the meal was, in all honesty, a great success..delicious, in fact!!..however, from my now professional and critical point of view I would have served this dish with a nice thick lump of Cod, and not the mackerel as it slightly overpowered the beautiful, aromatic and subtle sweet combination of apple and fennel in the dauphinoise potato, and the contrasting tangy ness of the slow cooked tomatoes in balsamic vinegar, brown sugar,black pepper and salt..

For this reason alone, I will concede defeat to Pauli's earlier sublime example of the soon to be famous Purple Rain smoothie..roll on tomorrow when battle will commence once more.


..Matt returns after a bit of a hard day..with that in mind there's a bit of aggression in tonights dish. However, one thinks a flavour feast is on the cards as he tries to dethrone (for this evening only) his partner in crime, his smoothie mentor and the self-styled god of all that isn't a solid..the man, Paul Gallagher! Prepare to be coming up..!



2 organic bananas
A generous handful of blackberries, strawberries, blueberries, cranberries..frozen or fresh.
1tsp manuka honey
2tbsp soya yoghurt
1/4 Pint of soya milk

Bang into blender.. blend till smooth.. serve.. Wallop!

Makes around 2 glasses of thick gorgeous paint like goodness so you can share the HEALTH while consuming something really yummy!!

why its good

strawberries: combat free radicals,fight cholesterol,prevent blood clotting

raspberries: maintains blood sugar levels, cancer fighter, boosts immune health

cranberries: help the urinary tract, ulcer+gum problems, asthma relief

blueberries :combat cell damage,inflammation,loss of balance.

banana:reducing depression, helping eyesight, healthy bones, stress relief

manuka honey:aids immune system, can heal inside and out, colds,indigestion

soya yoghurt:cholesterol lowering, cancer fighter, menopause

soya milk :lactose free, protein boost, amino acids

b2, b3,b5, b6,b12, C, E, K

folic acid

other essentials
omega 3 oils
ellagic acid


2 pears
2 carrots
2 plums
½ lime
¼ yellow bell pepper
handful frozen mango
handful spinach
handful of rocket
1tsp spirulina
1tsp wheatgrass powder

Pear : blood pressure , good colon health, energy, immune booster, digestion
Carrot  : Eyes and vision,cancer prevention, skin tonic
Plum : Fibre, helps digestive systems, intestine cleaner, healthy heart
Mango :Skin improvement, Asthma problems, hair loss
Lime : Toxin eliminator
Spinach :Endurance and Strength
Rocket : Loaded with vitamin k and calcium
Yellow pepper : Lowers cholesterol, cleanses liver and intestines
Spirulina : Amino Acids, Enzymes,Cell Builder,contains most Vitamins and Minerals
Wheatgrass :Higher energy, skin cleanser, free radical eliminator, blood builder

A , B1, B2, B3, B6, B9, B-12, C , D, E , K

Contains the following MINERALS


Contains other ESSENTIALS

Folic Acid
Beta Carotene

Monday, 13 September 2010

While the Chefs away.. Juice man shall play at Delia

Look whats in the fridge.. and create.. thats the Wallop way!!

Tonight I have some Scottish Smoked Mackerel ( nice and oily, extra omega oils.. boom-boom )
Wild Rocket
Baby Spinach
West Country Blue Stilton
Juicy Pear

And this is what I'm doing.. ooh exciting

3 thinly cut smoked mackerel strips.. naturally very oily so bang in pre heated pan as is for 8 mins or so, then make the dressing.. which consists of a freshly squeezed lime, some diced coriander, a grated celery stick and some balsamic and olive oil.. so whizz all that together.. and :-)
Rinse some Rocket and Spinach, then slice a couple of slices of West Country Blue Stilton, wash the Pear and slice 2-3 thin strips.. nice and juicy and raw.. yum!
Make the bed of Rocket and Spinach
Place the Pear and Blue Stilton on top
Stack the now cooked mackerel and garnish with the dressing..
Go to stereo and select a tune.. lets have something old skool...
And its 'I'm in a Jam' by Derrick and Patsy.
Wallop.. done.. now to dine in the dark ( apologies for the pic)



3 measuring cups of Organic Wholemeal flour
1tbsp Soured Cream
1tsp Bicarbonate Soda
2tsp Cream of Tartar
2tbsp Black Treacle
1 good squirt of Agave Syrup
2 cubes of grated Stem Ginger
And water of course.

Mix all ingredients together.

Wallop into suitable silicone dish / tin

Bang in oven on 180 degrees for 50 minutes

Remove and let cool on suitable rack or / and cover with tea towel

Don’t eat straight away, let it form and take shape.


Serve warm or cold with REAL butter none of that mamby pamby useless spreadable low fat highly sugared and HIDDEN additive,HIGHLY addictive stuff everyone throws at you.

Keep it REAL  - Keep it WHOLE



Its Monday morning in most parts of the globe so you need all your vitamins and minerals especially if you've had a heavy weekend of partying, and even if you've been 'saintly' like myself, it'll make you feel all refreshingly good inside.. whilst filling you up at the same time

Today is the 'Veggie Breakfast"

Made with 100% Organic Fruit and Vegetables.. no additives, nothing bad, makes around ONE PINT to be consumed within 20 MINS for maximum benefits.

Here's what i used.

2 Sticks of Celery
1 Apple ( Gala)
1 Pear
1//2 Yellow Pepper
1 Raw Beetroot
Slice of Fennel
4 Tips Asparagus (optional)
1 Carrot
1/2 Avocado ( Blended)
Handful Spinach
Handful of Rocket
Double Chunk of Cucumber
1/2 Lime
Slice of Raw Ginger
Slice Fresh Pineapple

What its all FOR

Apple :  Helps Arteries and Digestion
Pear :  Digestion and Fibre
Lime :  Elimination of Toxins
Pineapple :  Bruising and Aches, Pains
Celery : Recovery and Energy
Yellow Pepper : Cleanses Liver and Intestines
Raw Beetroot : Cell Cleansing and Liver Cleansing
Fennel : Reduces Bloating
Asparagus : Helps with Lethargy and Depression
Rocket : Loaded with Vitamin K and Calcium
Spinach : Endurance and Strength
Carrot : Eyes and Vision
Avocado : Healthy fats which keep your insides and outsides H.A.P.P.Y
Cucumber  :  Aids Acid Indigestion
Raw Ginger:  Nausea and Arthiritis

VEGGIE BREAKFAST contains the following VITAMINS
A , B1 , B2 , B6 , B Complex, C, E, K,

Contains the following MINERALS

Also contains other ESSENTIALS
Folic Acid
Beta Carotene
Omega 3 Oils

Sunday, 12 September 2010

The Caviar of the Smoothie World

Afternoon wallop peeeeeps.. where does the day go.. anyhow i've been waiting to do todays offering for some time.. and i finally have the ingredients..

So here goes.. One....Matcha Green Tea Smoothie

In this beautiful little beast is

1tsp Matcha Organic Green Tea Powder
3tbsp Organic Soya Natural Yoghurt
1/2 pint Organic Soya Milk
1tsp Manuka Honey
2 Bananas

Saturday, 11 September 2010


Greetings folks and yolks.. This mornings offering is slightly off the wall ingredients wise.. but it works all the same..

In this glass of jazz filled loveliness is..

1 Apple (Gala)
2 Sticks Celery
2 Asparagus Tips
Slice of Ginger
2 Mushrooms
2 Sprigs of Parsley
Generous amount of Rocket
Generous amount of Curly Kale
Chunk Cucumber

Bang on all that in a juicer, and you have a GREEN MEANIE that will give your body the nutrients it needs to kick the weekend off.

Containing the following

Vitamins  and Minerals :

Mushroom:B3, B-Complex, Biotin,Folic Acid,Copper, Manganese, Zinc, Protein, Selenium.

Asparagus: A, B-Complex, C, K, Folic Acid, Copper, Fibre, Manganese, Phosphorus, Protein

Rocket : B-Complex, C, K, Beta Carotene, Folic Acid,Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Zinc, Fibre

Celery : B1, B2, B6, C,Beta Carotene, Folic Acid, Calcium, Iron, Manganese,, Potassium, Fibre

Cucumber :A,C, Folate, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Fibre

Ginger : B6 , Copper, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium

Apple : C , K, Fibre

Curly Kale :B6 , C, E, K, Beta Carotene, Calcium, Copper, Manganese, Potassium, Fibre

Parsley : A, C, K

Friday, 10 September 2010


Interesting combo this morning that tastes just divine following the WALLOP!! philosophy of combining what you have and seeing what develops.. what to do with Asparagus tho..
This is whats in FRIDAYS offering

2 Carrots
2 Gala Apples
Stick of Celery
Slice of Pineapple
Sprig of Parsley
3 Broccoli Florets
2 Asparagus Tips
Slice of Fennel
1tsp Manuka Honey
Slice of Ginger

Carrot : C,K, Beta-Carotene
Apple : C, K
Celery : B1,B2,B6, C,Beta-Carotene, Folic Acid
Pineapple: B1, B6, C
Parsley : A , C, K
Broccoli:A, B6, C, E, K
Asparagus : A, B Complex, C, K, Folic Acid
Fennel : C
Manuka Honey: B2, B6
Ginger: B6
Cucumber: A, C,

Thursday, 9 September 2010


Spice Crusted Yellow-Fin Tuna Loin, Sauteed Asparagus and Mushrooms and Shaved Organic Pear..

Matt nailed it tonight..oh yeah baby...get this for a random put together -

Crushed up some cumin, coriander, sesame seeds, chilli, black pepper corns, sea salt to make up a spicy crust for the fresh tuna loin..very subtle on the spice and very, very delicious!! Pan-fry for about 1 minute each side so it's rare and leave to rest whilst...

..I sauteed organic mushrooms and asparagus in butter, a little white wine, garlic and a small amount of brown sugar..

..but the highlight, of the meal..a simple PEAR - BIG and JUICY, thinly sliced and served (uncooked) on top of the mushrooms and brought the whole meal together..really sweet and fresh taste with every bite..complimented the spice of the tuna crust and the subtle richness of the asparagus and mushrooms sooooooo well..

finished off with a big handful of chopped parsley..completely made up on the spot..
job done..WALLOP!!!

..chefs back onboard..

Matt's in the kitchen again..we've got some tuna in't fridge fresh from east finchley's finest fishmonger..right, I'm looking in the fridge for some inspiration..what to do, what to do? way to teach yourself to cook..look in your fridge or cupboard, see what there is and make something up..WALLOP! will post what I came up with tonight in a riddle!

Thursday Smoothie!!

Morning health nuts.. Matt seems to have temporarily disappeared, if anyone's seen him.. send him back to base camp would ya.
As you can see from the above picture i just couldnt wait to get my morning goodness, so i posted the aftermath of breakfast instead..

In that pint of exceedingly droolness was

Soya Milk

A, B, B1, B2, B6, C..

All good for great skin, great hair, nails, anti-ageing, slow release energy,healthy heart,natural protein, etc.

Hopefully my sidekick will be back soon to cook up a storm and keep you all in optimum health.

Ciao x

Wednesday, 8 September 2010

The Ultimate Morning Wallop!

Wednesday.. its a bit gloomy here at Wallop HQ in London this morning. Weather is dull.. but luckily for everyone.. I'm bonza bananas.

And here's why

Pineapple B, C, E, Folic Acid
Apple      A1,B1,B2,B6, C
Beetroot B, C, Beta Carotene, Folic Acid
Broccoli B, C, Beta Carotene, Folic Acid
Carrot B, C, E, K, Beta- Carotene
Kale A, C, K
Celery B , C
Spinach B, C, K, Beta Carotene, Folic Acid
Blueberries B1, B2,B6, C, Beta Carotene, Folic Acid
Blackberries A, C, E, K, Pectin
Raspberries B, C, E, Beta Carotene, Niacin
Ginger C
Plums A, B6, C, E, Beta Carotene
Natural Live Yoghurt B12

As you can see.. its a staggering array of vitamins that i have assembled added to a whole host of minerals that will keep your insides in tip top shape whilst looking frightfully fantastic on the outside.


Tuesday, 7 September 2010

One in t'oven

Paul ere.. Tonights offering is not Juice, Smoothies or Food, well it is.. But i decided to knock up a loaf in 60 mins. No bread machine, just fine handiwork, and a little patience is whats required.
Anyone can make a loaf of bread, its fairly easy once you get the hang of it.. Anyhow.. This is whats inside this 'lil' beauty
3 Cups of Organic Wholemeal Flour
1 cup of Organic White Flour
1tsp Bicarbonate Soda
1tsp Cream of Tartar
200ml Buttermilk (optional)
1/2tsp Salt
200g of Currants
1 Egg ( Glazing)

Preheat oven to 200 degrees
Mixing bowl+ spoon

Add wholemeal flour, add white flour, mix ingredients by hand.Add currants and mix again, add buttermilk and mix again, add bicarbonate soda, cream of tartar and salt and mix again, add water and mix yet again.

Bring mixture back out of mixing bowl and sift with additional flour until a dough is formed.
Add mixture to pre warmed silicone tin.
Mix organic egg in cup.. take a pastry brush and glaze over the top of the loaf.
Pop in pre heated oven for 60 mins, then remove and cool on tray for 1-2hrs.

Voila!!! one walloping loaf.. with no added shmuck or unhealthy ingredients.


This morning on Wallop! we have a wee smoothie, packed with vitamins and minerals, you name it, its innnit.. innit..

B,B1,B2,B6, C,E, Beta-Carotene, Folic Acid, Niacin to name but a few.

Good for anti-ageing,healthy skin, shiny hair and good blood  and the taste is ooh-la-la...

Handful frozen strawberries
Handful frozen raspberries
Handful frozen blueberries
Handful frozen blackcurrant
Handful frozen mango
2tbsp natural yoghurt
1/2 pint soya milk
Handful of oats

Monday, 6 September 2010


MATT'S recommended twice daily routine..mornin' and night baby, mornin' and on!

JUMP - 100 bounces on mini trampoline just to loosen up all the muscles in your body..heart rates up..niiiiice!

followed by -

JAB - 10 minutes of light boxing on the punch bag (doesn't sound a lot at first but I guarantee you will feel it after only 2!!) the end give the bag a couple of good WALLOPS just to get rid of that last bit of tension...the feel good factor works a treat at this point!!

followed by -

JUMP - back on the trampoline to warm down..100 bounces..feel the bad boy fat bounce away and off down the road to somebody who wants it!!

finally -

JUICE - your little reward at the end..just follow the recipes - we  are working on understanding our nutrient charts - what is good for you, why it's good for you, what goes with what and when you should have it.. We'll keep you updated..when we know it's right, we'll give you the info you need..



early evening WALLOP:

1 whole raw bad-boy beetroot
1 big slice of sweeeeeet pineapple
Handful of kale
Handful of mint
1 seriously lenthy celery stick..nice and smoooooth
2 apples
3 slices of crispy, aromatic fennel

Extra nice, without the spice!! Now to wiiiiiind the body down with a little jump and jab..!


Monday.. its the start of a new and exciting week.. And you need your 'Greenie Greens'.. so today is a predominately Green Juice.. that's full of nutrients that your body needs to keep itself in optimum condition..The apple gives it some sweetness.. but not that much. Enjoy a Wallop of this to start your day.

Stick of Celery
Chunk of Cucumber
2 Apples (Gala)
Handful of Curly Kale
Handful of Spinach
Handful of Rocket
2 Stems of Fresh Mint
Slice of Raw Ginger
1/2 Lime