One of my favourite stops in Europe is Turkey. A magical & mysterious land where East meets West. Here are some snaps of my travels in 2009. Food-wise it is also a great place for a veggie like me! This meal was inspired by my time there. A side of succulent falafels, three traditional sauces, royal […]Read more "Turkish Mezzo"
I made my first trip to IKEA the other day and was inspired not only by all their stuff but their food section! Along with watching drama murder mystery shows that celebrate the majestic and mysterious beauty of places like Sweden, Norway & Finland.Read more "Scandinavian Supper"
Simple, refreshing, and light, the perfect addition to your lunch or supper.Read more "Queen Quinoa"
Next in the series of kitchen adventures is my first foray into the homemade burger. Now that spring is here and the flowers are out, grills come out too. Try this at your next get together.Read more "Make Your Own: Burger"
After a long break with my family, filled with laughter, love, non stop eating and drinking, I am finally ready to be eating & cooking back to normal. This dish I had to kick off with because not only is it one of my favourites to eat, it is incredibly healthy and a great meal […]Read more "Arepa Dominó : Colombian Style"
Another in my spain mini break series is a dish inspired by both my time in Madrid & “A Modern Way to Eat” by Anna Jones. This dish is a one pot meal which I served with a salad and a nice large glass of vino. Madrid was always about enjoying the simple pleasures in […]Read more "Artichoke, Sausage & Fennel Seed Paella"
Originally posted on Lorraine Gardens:
The best thing about February is getting inventive with harvest from the garden and using other ingredients in the freezer and the cupboards to make something delicious. In these winter months soups are a great medley of loveliness harvested this month and those from the summer. My Scotch Bonnet peppers…