Oh the irony! I’ve been trying to get this recipe for a truly delicious and nutritious winter salad up on the blog since I made it ages ago, and finally manage it on the first day of Spring. I’m sorry. Busyness is my excuse. That’s not much of an excuse really is it? Anyway, I … Continue reading I Give You My Winter Salad On the First Day of Spring!
This warming dinner is something I cook if we are all a bit weary at the end of a busy day. Not too much to think about or plan. No endless watching or stirring of pans. A cheerful meal when we are out of sorts. Healthy, delicious, gluten free and vegetarian. Anna Jones, you are … Continue reading Lentils and Beets with Salsa Verde: A recipe by Anna Jones
Australia is in the middle of an egg shortage, especially free-range eggs, with Melbourne and Sydney worst hit. It’s a major news story at the moment. This is worth a listen to hear different points of view http://ab.co/1Pi6stz. As I understand it, there are three reasons for the shortage: Increase in egg consumption is up by … Continue reading Which Comes First, the Chicken or the Egg?
Since we’ve become pretty much vegetarian (with the exception of fish), I’ve been looking at alternative sources of protein that are gluten free (for Miss E), low calorie (for Mr. B), and also won’t break the bank. Pulses tick all the boxes, so I’ve looked at lots of different ways of cooking them. I didn’t … Continue reading 7 Winter Days of Dinner – Saturday: Jamie’s Aubergine Daal
A long, long time ago a rather battered vegetarian recipe book came into my possession. It’s a long story, and I will bore you with it because I can. It was 1987. From memory I had just graduated from my fashion degree, and Mr.B and I were quite a new item. Uni had ended, and neither Mr.B … Continue reading 7 Winter Days of Dinner – Friday: Chestnuts and Vegetable Casserole
One of my absolute fave restaurants in Melbourne is the legendary Moroccan Soup Bar in Fitzroy. I first experienced the amazing cuisine of this Melbourne institution about 12 years ago with friends. I went a couple of times, and then not again until recently, as we live on the other side of town. Over the years I’ve … Continue reading 7 Winter Days of Dinner – Thursday: Makloubeh