The season of decadence is almost upon us so I thought I’d share one of my old time celebratory favourites. Herb and nut crusted rack of lamb is as special as they come but for many people it seems like a complicated dish. It’s not. Once you’ve made peace with forking out a horrifying amount of cash on a couple of French-trimmed racks
Dal, also known as Daal, Dahl and Dhal depending on who you ask, is a lovely, hearty and comforting stew like dish from India made with pulses. Dal itself is a name for a pulse but the dish is often made with split peas or chickpeas. Unless I go through a rigorous process of soaking, maybe sprouting
Oh salads, glorious salads! I am a big fan but not in a ‘woman laughing alone with salad’ kind of way. I like my salads full protein and fat, as well as the crunchy veg. And today’s round up is about nourishing and filling salads, with great texture, colour and flavours. Superfood powerhouses!
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, so I’ve decided to dedicate this post to some amazing, non-turkey based edible centrepieces for your festive table. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for juicy roast turkey but it’s oh-so-predictable and let’s face it…slightly cumbersome. Why not try something different this year?
In case my cavolo nero salad sounds a little fancy and exotic, let me reassure you that it’s not. It can actually be referred to as ‘A simple and tasty kale salad!’. It’s also packed with antioxidants, vitamins and minerals including lutein, vitamins A, C, K, fibre, calcium, manganese and iron, so it’s a great little side dish for a weeknight