I endeavoured to make gnocchi last weekend. How could it be that difficult, I thought. It wasn’t really. What else would I be doing with that time, I wondered. And so I set off to find a seemingly easy to follow gnocchi recipe. I did find one, by googling “Jamie Oliver gnocchi recipe”. You can […]
Possibly an exaggeration, but ultimately, that’s the kind of dinner I’m looking for during the week. Today’s recipe came about somewhat haphazardly when wandering through the aisles of our new local grocery store. You know you live in a small town when the opening of the grocery store leads to near riot type of excitement. […]
Salads in the summer appeal to me for a couple reasons: I don’t like heating my house any more than I have to and I don’t often feel like having a heavy meal when it’s hot outside. Enter this salad.
Vegetables masquerading as a meat-ful meal? Perish the thought…or not.
Happy New Year! It’s the 6th, so I guess we’re getting to the point where it’s no longer necessary to mention that it’s 2018. I have several new cookbooks to share recipes with you this year. Today’s recipe is for Mango Apple Ceviche and it’s really good. It’s from the new Smitten Kitchen cookbook, which […]
Kale. How do you feel about kale? This following recipe is a super easy recipe for a simple kale salad. It requires minimal effort, but is quite filling and, without a doubt, healthy! I enjoy it as a main, but it could easily be a great accompaniment to a meal. This is a similar, but […]
Hello there. I took some time off. I was in a bit of a recipe rut again. It’s either feast or famine when it comes to recipes, but I’m back. I’m back with a real hit. A new favourite, actually. It’s for rice with poached eggs. I know, it sounds extremely boring and uneventful. It […]
Halloumi is great. It isn’t super popular, so if you haven’t tried it, it’s kind of like a squeaky, salty cheese that really needs to be fried to be appreciated. I’m playing catch-up on posts after a ridiculously busy week of work and 4 days with commutes home exceeding an hour and a quarter. Not […]
This is one classy meal. It just looks so smart. It’s the kind of thing you could throw together in minutes if you were suddenly cooking for a group. Toss it on to a the centre of plate and sprinkle with some parmesan and you’re good to go. This recipe is another NYT Cooking victory. […]
I’ve challenged myself to come up with seven days of interesting vegetarian recipes. More often than not, I feel like I could be vegetarian 100% of the time, but then I really like bacon. For the first day of the challenge, I went with my old standby: NYT Cooking. I found a recipe for spicy […]