This beautiful jewel-hued dish is a great addition to any Holiday table or festive meal. I’d personally opt for this rather than the ubiquitous cranberry sauce any day!
More cold. More wind. Saturday sniffles. This is my response to all of those.
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!
When greens are abundant and you over-indulged on granola mid-afternoon: this is the supper soup for you!
A sprouted improvisational salad with infinite variations.
Add some alternatives to your dip arsenal. We all need a break from hummus once in a while!
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.
“This is great for a MOM-meal.” I quote our 6 year old. So give it a try.
Continuing on the food waste reduction effort: turn your broccoli stems into a satisfying savory sauce.