Bread, at its simplest, requires no other ingredients than flour and salt. And since most of us are lucky enough to have access to running water - and can probably afford a bag of two dollar flour - the dream of homemade bread needn't be a complicated one.
A warming kumara and lentil soup, thinned with coconut cream and lightly spiked with curry. Almost too quick, simple and budget-friendly to be true.
With naturally sweet + sour roasted yams, buttery avocado, feta and herbs galore, this dish sings of autumn. Hearty and filling, yet fresh.
Roasted butternut squash, kale and caramelised onions in a super-savoury, creamy quiche. Best thing? It's vegan.
I hear the terms "five year plan" and "ten year plan" bandied around a lot. Apparently some people know exactly where they want to be, what they want to be doing and who they want to be with in the year twenty-nineteen. Their faces beam with pride as they share, in detail, every step they intend to … Continue reading Bulgur and Roasted Roots with a Capsicum Dressing
As I'm watching the rain cascade off the roof onto the garden outside it becomes very obvious that the sunny days and ambient temperatures are now gone, off flirting with another part of the world. This dramatic reduction in sunshine and degrees has pulled most of us inside, and with this change in the atmosphere it … Continue reading Curried Potato and Cauliflower Dal
Being my first proper post on this blog, I feel as though I need to make some introductions. You are, after all, about to read about the food I make so it seems only fit that you have a little prior knowledge about the hands that prepares it. This, however, is what I'm not going … Continue reading Beluga Lentils and Miso Maple Dressing