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.
Fresh-picked peas don’t need much to be fabulous.
Gluten-free ‘spaghetti’ to serve as salad – or to make and use as the substrate for your favourite sauce!
Discover rye flakes in this hearty vegetable-studded side dish.
A simple way to jazz up vegetables from the night before so they don’t look or feel like leftovers.
Half dessert. Half side dish. All decadence.
Sharing one of my signatures dishes: superb in its simplicity.
Complete Christmas with Kasha, beets and greens!
When a recipe is so simple, I don’t think to blog it. Yet the marriage of tastes make these sweet potato wedges sublime.
Rich and silky gravy to pour over pretty much everything.
Job’s tears have to be the strangest grain I’ve had the honour of meeting. It’s time more people met with it.
Complimentary colours and flavours is what this hash is all about.