Moist and perfumed with orange and spice, a flavourful addition to tea-time.
A savory twist on an old favourite that’s perfect for summer entertaining.
The chives are up in the garden and in search of a bit of spring, this dip served warm with fresh vegetables, artisan crackers and a quick salad ushers in the first of the season we’ve seen up North.
Colorful and tasty, a main course classic reinvented.
Simple spicing, creamy fava beans, rich tomato broth: it’ll be love at first bite.
A curry that’s great right off the burner and gets even better after a couple of days in the fridge.
The kind of cake you don’t feel bad about eating for breakfast.
The basics to making your tempeh at home: finer flavor for a fraction of the price.
I’ve always though that baked beans and Bourgignon sauce combined would be a match made in heaven. Think about it. Baked beans. With wine. And rosemary. And lots of roasted mushrooms. After trying it the verdict is that it’s damn decadent: pure comfort food be it for breakfast, lunch or supper. At breakfast, it can…
This recipe has lots of robust and earthy flavours going for it: great when the weather turns cold and you want something warm and homey. It’s also got lots of layers with a multitude of textures to keep you interested from first bite to last. Like the Harvest Tempeh Bake however (and most baked dishes…
I’ve been dithering about whether on not to post this recipe for a few days now. It’s good, it’s reliable, but it isn’t fabulous. It is quick to put together and freezes well. It does use up leftovers. But what really tipped the scales in favour of posting is that it illustrates a basic veggie-burger…