I made this tart a while ago when I had some friends coming over for lunch. I wanted to serve something light and easy and this tart was just the thing. I served it with a simple salad of frisee, rocket and watercress with a few chunks of creamy avocado and steamed asparagus spears dressed […]
Spring is my absolute favourite time of year. Yes, I sneeze constantly and wake up with a blocked nose every morning but all of that is quickly forgotten once I smell the Jasmine blooming and see the gorgeous blossoms on the trees. It’s also the time of year where food becomes lighter and fresher. Gone […]
I am currently working on a very exciting project with Woolworths which is arguably, SA’s best retailer to create fabulous recipes for their brand new website and I thought I’d share some of the pics with you. Be sure to check out the recipes here.
When you are in need of food that will warm you from the inside out without adding to your waist size, look no further. This coconut vegetable curry is flavoursome and hearty but won’t leave you feeling stuffed and heavy. I served this delicious curry with crunchy poppadoms and a herbed yoghurt sauce but if […]
I love winter. I love that I get to cook soups, stews, curries and roasts weekly. I love the root vegetables that are available in abundance and I love experimenting with them. Using them in all ways, shapes and forms. One of my favourites at the moment is celeriac. It’s a nobbly, quite alien-looking root […]
When I was asked to be one of Woolworths’ bloggers for the duration of Masterchef again this year, I jumped at the chance. I had such fun being part of the project last year. I was even more excited when I found out we would be given “mystery boxes” filled with ingredients from which […]
When the awesome people at NoMU asked me if I’d be keen on doing their June Recipe Mailer for them, I jumped at the chance. I’ve made no secret of the fact that I adore NoMU and their wonderful products (their Lamb fond is practically my main source of nutrition) and I loved the idea […]
When I first spotted these gorgeous candy-striped beetroot at Woolworths last week, I almost squealed. I’m not sure when I became the person who squealed over vegetables but she’s here now and I don’t actually mind because honestly, how beautiful are they? I cooked a few of the pretty globes and was disappointed to see […]
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When I was young, I despised tomato soup. I always thought it tasted of tomato sauce, which is strange because I liked tomato sauce (ketchup) on everything. But now, I appreciate its subtle acidity and its gentle sweetness. And when served with a rich, oozy, toasted cheese sandwich, it’s simply perfection. I call […]