Even during this time of the year, when I prefer to eat mince pies for breakfast, I still like to work in a salad every now and then. And as always, I like my salads to have lots of flavour and [...]
As promised last week, I’ll be sharing my Festive menu with you this week and you guys, we’re starting with a goodie. Let’s me just start by saying that I know. I know this is [...]
Everyone loves Greek salad, right? Right! And if they don’t, well they’re wrong! I mean, what’s not to love? Crisp cucumber, sweet tomatoes, salty olives and creamy Feta cheese. [...]
Let’s be honest, a big meal is only as good as the sides that accompany the turkey/roast. Don’t even deny it, you know it’s true. That turkey won’t taste as good if [...]
Another salad recipe? In one week? Say what? You’d swear I was on some type of health kick or something. Well, I’m not not on a health kick, but that’s beside the point. I just [...]
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So here’s the thing with lentils. I kind of hate them. I really hate their texture and could do without their flavour. But then a few days ago I wanted to have a substantial salad for lunch [...]
So I’m just getting straight down to business today. If you make this Labneh subtly flavoured with lemon zest and thyme served with crunchy ciabatta toasts, your guests will think you are a [...]
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Look, if you don’t know by now that I’m quite partial to food encased in crumbs, then it’s like you don’t even know me at all. I’m a complete and utter texture slut. [...]
I have spent so much time cooking cauliflower over this past year. It seems that cauliflower’s moment in the spotlight has been extended and everyone is trying to find new ways to cook this [...]
There’s been a whole lot of roasted corn action in my kitchen lately. As a South African, corn (or “mielies” as we call them) is drilled into my heritage. When you go on [...]