More cold. More wind. Saturday sniffles. This is my response to all of those.
Dal soup is a favourite with everyone: creamy, satisfying and infinitely adjustable to suit taste, spice and available vegetable.
If the farmer’s market is overflowing with onions and tomatoes and eggplants of all kinds – kick back with a beer (or some sparkling water) and some mellow music and get the cooking on.
Stewp: a one-pot meal of comfort with whole grain something, bean-based something and tons of vegetable somethings in a savory and flavourful broth of some kind.
Discover rye flakes in this hearty vegetable-studded side dish.
Give a go to this addictive one-pot meal and reduce on dishes!
Tired of taking your black bean soup Southwest? Try this Moroccan-inspired alternative.
A recipe for my Mother: may it make good use of what’s left in the larder.
For my Mother: the first of a series of Quarantine Cabbage recipes. It’s what she has in her larder and these are ideas for her on how to use it!
Recognize hummus not only as a dip or spread – but as a versatile cooking ingredient too.
As promised, more of the wonderful works of Fania Lewando, adapted for the vegan palate and sensibility!
Old recipes rediscovered and made new!