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Meet our QUORNivores and get inspired

Meet our QUORNivores and get inspired

Quorn can be the perfect starting point for hundreds of amazing meals. To make sure you’re never short of ideas, we’ve put together a crack team of inspirational writers and recipe creators. Meet the QUORNivores.

Our specially selected QUORNivores are all popular and influential UK food bloggers. They’ll be sharing tasty new ways to get creative with Quorn very soon. But first, let’s make some introductions.

Simon Roshdy is the man behind The Diet Kitchen. Nearly 50,000 hungry subscribers follow his YouTube channel. And his aim is simple: to make healthy food taste good.

Helen Best-Shaw has been writing about affordable eats and occasional treats on her Fuss Free Flavours blog for over nine years. And, being a member of the Guild of Food Writers, she’s pretty good at it too.

Want something delicious but haven’t got all day? Emily Leary has been serving up inspiration for the time-poor since 2011 on her blog, A Mummy Too.

Jacqueline Meldrum makes great-tasting vegan and veggie food look easy on her Tinned Tomatoes blog. Dishing out meat free meal ideas for the whole family.

Chris Mosler is a recipe writer, blogger, globetrotter, craft-lover and mum of four. And, since 2010, she’s been sharing her wisdom on meat free food and family life in her blog, Thinly Spread.

Whether it’s fresh new thinking or a twist on a classic, our QUORNivores are on a mission to bring new flavours to life. So follow us on Facebook and Twitter, and keep checking our recipe pages, to make sure you don’t miss the very latest Quornivore content.