I could literally ‘Fall’ into this salad, it’s so good. It’s packed with crunchy apples, toasted pecans, dried cherries and not so fall strawberries. All this crunchy goodness is tossed with a yogurt and maple dressing. It’s super refreshing and oh so tasty! Don’t blame me if you can’t stop eating this addictive salad….Continue reading
Summer is in full swing, the farmers markets are buzzing and garlic scapes are plenty! An overdose of garlic scapes seemed possible in my realm of things but alas I warn you it was not. Even after two weeks of continuous garlic escapades, I can’t seem to get enough of these very fragrant and pungent herbs. Wait a minute, did I say herb. Is it a herb or is it a vegetable I ask?
No Marmalade Orange Pudding Cake – Wow, what a mouthful it is, but such a worthy title! Let me tell you a little secret, there really is not a speck of marmalade in it. Yup you got that right! Although I must say I had to boil an orange for it. This citrusy treat is loaded with the rich, orangey, sticky sweet sensation that a orange marmalade pudding cake would deserve if there ever was one. This cake is unbelievably moist, dense and bursting with fresh citrusy notes.
Who would have thought boiling an orange would be so much fun! First of all, simmering the orange in a huge pot of water was an experience it itself. The beautiful orb of bright orange, simply floated about bouncing ever so gently around the pot as if suspended by some invisible thing. It was a sunny day as I set to my task, and the water glinted with golden hues in the surreal pool of orange. Continue reading
“What is Ghee?” and “Is it bad for you?” Two questions I’m asked, over and over and over again.
I love talking about ghee and it makes me happy. So…
“FOR THE LOVE OF GHEE!”
I’m finally able to share with you what I know about it. Without further adieu, I introduce to you, my GHEE FACTS page.
The potato craving usually hits hard in the winter when I need some good ol’ comfort food that will stick to my ribs and satisfy my need for warmth… if only for a while. These potatoes, spiced with turmeric and green chilis does just that.
I would have to agree, sweet potato is the healthier option as it contains a tonne of good stuff, especially vitamins A and C. I cook with these naturally sugary potatoes often, but for this recipe only a good old fashioned potato will do. I occasionally cook potatoes much to my husband’s dismay, as he loves them in his curry. Every now and then I make a potato dish I call ‘batata fry‘. Continue reading