Lasagna on the menu tonight but there’s no mince in the trolley. Three words. Meat free Monday. So it’s pumpkin, silverbeet and ricotta instead. A match made in heaven. Please do not underestimate this lasagna due to the absence of meat. This dish has more flavour in one bite than a whole plate of my […]
KALE. You either love it, or hate it. A popular food movement over the past few years, I’ve actually seen t-shirts that sport “I Heart Kale” on them. I posed the question around the dinner table on Friday night; “have you cooked with kale before?” The answers were definitely skewed more towards NO. “I don’t […]
Meat free Monday. Cork Daddy’s favourite day of the week. A good idea as it forces you to up the veggie intake; is good on the ol’ wallet and I like coming up with new ideas using ingredients that don’t get as much of a run as they usually do, or should. Introducing the lovely […]
This easy side salad works well as an accompaniment to any Asian meal that already packs a punch. It is bright, fresh and light and takes minutes to make. I like arranging the noodles in to individual ‘nests’ for something a little different.
soupe de pois et de laitue | translation : pea + lettuce soup For as long as I can remember, mum has cooked this. And for as long as my mum can remember, her mum has cooked this. As a kid, I didn’t like the idea of green soup, nor the look of it. But […]
Every man and his dog that has a veggie patch seems to grow silverbeet, am I right? What do you do with it, do you ask? Apart from making a silverbeet, feta and pastry tart, I have often wondered what I should be cooking with it as it wilts away in a plastic shopping bag […]
The key to a tomato tart – good tomatoes! These came from my sister in laws garden (thanks Lou) and instantly I started rummaging through the pantry and fridge to see what I could do with them. Although, tomatoes this good need nothing more than a bit of butter on a Sao biscuit, this recipe […]