It’s about time that I share this delicious recipe with you! I’ve been baking it numerous times and shared it with friends – they all loved it! 🙂 Continue reading
Potatoes and dark leafy greens are some of my favourite staples. They make delicious soups and gratins and other yummy dishes. Continue reading
Kale is one of my staples. I like it in green breakfast smoothies, but also in soup! Not matter if summer or winter, it is always great for a light or a warming meal 🙂 Continue reading
A long, long time ago I had the pleasure to be introduced to the magic of Italian pasta by a lovely lady from Italy. Continue reading
This year I’m very successful with growing my own green beans! 🙂 I love them steamed and lightly sauteed but they are also great in soups. Continue reading
When it comes to typical winter veges, I would call leek one of my favourites. It has a very nice flavour that makes it quite versatile. Continue reading
It’s winter time here in New Zealand. Soup appears more frequently on the dinner table these days 😉
And this is my latest favourite: Lentils with potato and kale. Yum! So simple, but so nutritious and warming 🙂 Continue reading
I really like cauliflower. And potatoes. So why not combine the two into something yummy? These cakes are really flavourful and are superb when combined with a mushroom sauce. Continue reading
Dieses ist eines meiner Lieblingsommergerichte. Jetzt ist es Herbst hier in Neuseeland und die Zutaten sind nicht mehr so leicht aufzutreiben. Warum sich also nicht mit einem farbenfrohem Gericht voller Geschmack vom Sommer verabschieden? Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but in my garden it is cauliflower season! Cauliflower is soooo underrated! Check it out here.
Last year I posted a cauliflower potato casserole, but I’ve decided to replace it with this much better updated version: vegan and gluten-free cauliflower potato casserole that you will not forget! 🙂 Continue reading
Last autumn I was given a bunch of brassica seedlings by a very nice old gentlemen, who was impressively knowledgeable in gardening. The seedlings were from his own seed collection, which he must have been doing for a very long time. Sadly, in September this year he passed away after a long illness. His seedlings had grown into impressive plants at that time. And I decided to let some of them go to flower to keep saving those seeds, in memory of Cookie, man of the earth.
I am really good at cooking too many potatoes. But that doesn’t really worry me. You can transform them into a naughty fry-up. Or, the more healthy option, you can make a salad with them! 🙂