My husband is a big fan of my home made curry sauce. It’s got a dash of coconut taste in there which he simply adores. Plus, I’ve got quite a few vegan friends, so when they decide to come over for lunch or dinner, this recipe is often on the menu.
Winter time! Brussels sprouts time! Comfort food all the way … So far, I only have one vegetarian dish with my favorite vegetable … so when I found another one online which looked pretty good, I gave it a try. And now it’s on my vegetarian winter favorites list as well.
Cauliflower has really been making quite the comeback as a household vegetable. I was never really a fan when I was a kid. Unless it was served cold, with lots and lots of thousand island sauce. Since turning into a wannabe vegetarian, I seem to warm up towards the big, white vegetable. Here’s a lovely version of pasta carbonara.
Autumn has arrived! As you all know, this is my favourite cooking season, time to get out those Staub-pans and cake tins! First up on the cooking schedule: Breton apple pie! So easy to make, very delicious both warm and cold.
More and more people around me are looking for tasty, easy, vegetarian alternatives to lunch or dinner with meat. This recipe is packed with flavor and easy to make.
I simply love autumn! It’s not only the prettiest season thanks to the fall foliage, but it’s just the tastiest season of them all! Yes, yes, there’s the summery barbecues and the cocktail drinking by the pool, but nothing beats a lovely stew or a nice little gratin.
I found this recipe on the Lidl recipe webpage. It’s vegetarian! There’s Brussels sprouts! (yeah, I totally dig them!) It’s just so good – the taste of the mustard and the sprouts and combined with the sweetness of the parsnip is just heavenly.
There’s nothing like home made fresh food … your house smells of all the spices and flavors that go into our casserole or come out of your oven. When my husband bought me a Kitchen Aid for my birthday last March, I didn’t really know what to do with it. Honestly, I didn’t, don’t laugh 🙂 But then he started making bread with it and a whole new world of possibilities opened up. And I made my first home made pizza.
Pizza is so easy to make, I had no idea. And you can top it off with anything you have laying around! You just need a few basics laying around – and then you can indulge in any cravings you have with freshly made pizza. It takes no more than 30 minutes. I promise!