Radishes

Seriously, these are pretty delish, that peppery crunchiness is fabulous. But if they are too “bitey” for you, have you ever considered roasting them? First, some quick facts about radishes: 🔎 They are a root vegetable, come in several different colours & are related to cabbages. 🔎 Great source of vitamin C & the redContinue reading “Radishes”

Spring is Sprung

Spring & Summer in our house means pineapples….yummo!  I have fond memories of road trips to the beach which always included a stop at a roadside stall to pick up fresh pineapples.  These sweet treats originated in South America & were named by early European explorers who thought it kinda looked like a pinecone.  Hmm,Continue reading “Spring is Sprung”

Silver Beet

First blog of the month, so of course, a new recipe to share.  Silver beet (AKA chard) is often found in home vegie patches. Why? Because it is super easy to grow.  It is rich in vitamins A, B6, C & K, as well as folate.  It is towards the end of its Australian growingContinue reading “Silver Beet”

Easy Peasey Vege

New month, so a new recipe. I use a variation of this, a lot.  Just 1 pan & simple seasonings, sounds super simple right?  Honestly, I love recipes where everything is thrown into a pan, seasoned, tossed & baked.  Roast vegetables are great with so many things & leftovers are super easy to use.  Yup,Continue reading “Easy Peasey Vege”

Winter means citrus

Bottom line – citrus is always good to get in your diet because it is loaded with Vitamin C. Need more reasons: 🍊Boosts the immune system 🍋 Boosts antioxidants 🍊 Improves iron absorption 🍋 Reduces blood pressure 🍊 Reduces the risk of both heart disease & dementia 🍋 Plus of course many other benefits 👉Continue reading “Winter means citrus”

Feeling a Little Run Down?

Let’s face it this year has already presented A LOT of challenges.  I try hard to be my best but sometimes I begin to feel run down.  It happens to everyone.  I know often a little nutritional boost is needed to keep me well & prevent a burnout. My go to’s: Bone Broth You mayContinue reading “Feeling a Little Run Down?”

New recipe for May

I love dukkha & throw it on loads of savoury things (baked vege, pasta, soups, salads, or just some cheese & bikkies).  Imagine my excitement when looking for single serve recipes – I found this one including dukkha + simple + delish!  It’s pretty easy – this may become a lunchbox special. Dukkha Chicken VegeContinue reading “New recipe for May”

New month = a new recipe

I saw this little number one afternoon whilst watching TV.  Looked pretty easy (so totally my style of cooking).  I gave it a whirl & found it to be a pretty good little multitasker.  Great on a cheese platter; nice little dipper for vegie sticks; & pretty good on a sandwich with salad – ohContinue reading “New month = a new recipe”

Cooking substitutes?

In quarantine so you decide to do a little cooking – you’re in the groove but dammit there is something missing…sigh!  What can you substitute?  Yup, I totally understand & have been in this situation a few times too.  Some substitutions take a little more thinking than a simple sultana for raisin swap out.  Truthfully,Continue reading “Cooking substitutes?”

A tasty way to start the month.. Hello March!

Easy & delish – what is not to love?  A great dip for snacking with vegie sticks or crackers, but equally fabulous enough to take to a friend’s house & share – hello Autumn BBQs!   Sweet Potato Dip Source: Histamine Friendly Kitchen Serves: 4 Ideal for: low histamine, gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian & veganContinue reading “A tasty way to start the month.. Hello March!”