Harissa Honey Roasted Halloumi And Bulgur Wheat

[wcm_nonmember]<!– –><div style="text-align: center"><!– –><img src="" alt="" scale="0" style="max-width: 30%; margin-top: 20px"><!– –><!– –><h2><!– –>Unlock this Story<!– –></h2><!– –><p style="padding-bottom:25px"><!– –>Stories from the 'Bucket List' book are only available to members<!– –></p><!– –><a class="et_pb_button" background-color: #ffffff"<!– –>href="/product/digital-club-membership/">join the club</a><!– –></div><!– –><!– –>[/wcm_nonmember]<!– –><!– –>[wcm_restrict]<!– –><!– –><div class="page" title="Page 58"><!– –><div class="section"><!– –><div class="layoutArea"><!– –><div class="column"><!– –><!– –><p>Arianne has been vegetarian for as long as she can remember; she was two or three years old when her mum gave up on trying to get her to eat meat and she hasn’t touched it since! She is the <b>only vegetarian in her family</b>, so she grew up eating different meals from her parents and siblings.</p><!– –><!– –><p>That gave Arianne’s mum a lot more to do every meal time so by the age of eleven Arianne was<b>cooking her own meals </b>using whatever she could find in the cupboards and fridge to concoct her creations (some more successfully than others!) She says that she was so lucky that her mum always gave her <b>free reign in the kitchen growing up </b>and encouraged her to be creative, even when she made a mess or something entirely inedible.</p><!– –><!– –><p>Since she was a child, her mum collected vegetarian recipes for her from friends, magazines, TV and the internet then put them into a huge binder and a recipe tin that they both still add to now. Flicking through it and finding forgotten favourites and untested recipes is always a source of inspiration for Arianne.</p><!– –><!– –><p>A couple of years ago in her student kitchen when she was very, very skint, she was creating dishes based on what was in her fridge and cupboards. Her boyfriend came to visit and this is the dish that she managed to put together for their dinner. They first enjoyed it whilst sitting outside on the terrace, watching bats over the river. Arianne says that it was a beautiful evening, and the dish has become <b>one of their firm favourites</b>; her boyfriend has even learned to cook it himself. He says that despite being a meat-eater, he doesn't miss meat in this dish. They’re looking forward to celebrating their tenth year together and no doubt this dish will feature in their relationship for years to come.</p><!– –><!– –><p>The dish contains all sorts of veggies. Butternut squash, peppers and red onions have long been the staple ingredients you'll always find in Arianne’s kitchen but you could use whatever you have in your student fridge too. She says that she would love vegetarians and meat- eaters alike to try this dish. It shows that vegetarian food doesn't have to be boring or the slightly-disappointing cousin to its popular meat counterpart. <b>A veggie feast can be just as filling, just as exciting and just as interesting.</b> It can even make you forget that it doesn’t contain meat!</p><!– –><!– –></div><!– –></div><!– –></div><!– –></div><!– –><!– –>[/wcm_restrict]