Start lowering your carbon footprint on ‘Meatless Mondays’ with these dishes.
It is so important to not only help the planet but to also maintain (or reduce) our waistlines by having at least one meat-free meal a week. I have many more than that and I love sharing them here for your inspiration.
Earlier this year I made it one of my goals to make sure I cook the gorgeous recipes I bookmark on Pinterest. Today I’m pleased to say I’m keeping that goal, and it feels really good. Turns out it tastes good too.
I’m currently holidaying at my in-laws, and with all the extra pairs of hands to watch Poppy, I’ve got mine free for a spot of baking. (more…)
I had a few pesky overripe bananas in my fruit bowl last weekend, and when that happens there is only one thing to do.
Make banana bread.
I’d also just received a jar of Beerenberg Blood Orange Marmalade. I’m not a marmalade fan at all, but this one is much sweeter than other ones I’ve tasted, so I decided to tweak my usual dense and moist banana bread recipe and top it with a sweet glaze. (more…)
Some nights you just want to get dinner on the table quickly. I mean, really quickly. On night’s like those I always turn to stir fries. Especially vegetarian ones.
Stir fries, for me, are never boring. There are just so many combinations of vegetables, spices and herbs that can come together quickly to create dinner in minutes. A dinner that tastes great and is good for you too. (more…)
The minute I set eyes on this recipe I pinned it to my Things To Cook board and vowed to make it that weekend. No excuses.
I could barely believe my eyes: egg boats. Genius!
Why on earth haven’t I thought of this before?
Not only is this the easiest salad in the world, but it can also be the tastiest if made with home grown vegetables.
I was lucky enough to score a beautifully crisp and slightly bitter home grown cucumber and knew this was the only way it could be served. (more…)