Posts Tagged: vegetarian
I cooked a nice meal for me and the other half this weekend, no babysitters so I brought the restaurant to us! I pulled some pages out of my Olive magazine and tried a few new dishes. This one was
The cauliflower I remember from childhood was almost like mashed potato it had been boiled that much! ( sorry Grandma G) but I grew to really like it like that if I am honest. These days there are so many
I have been eating a lot of soup recently to try and keep the pounds off but quite frankly – ITS BORING!! It doesn’t even feel like eating so I had a think about how I could make it more
I have been eating a lot of bulgar wheat lately, I find it soaks up flavours really well and it’s a lot more beneficial for you than a lot of other grains. It is high in protein, low in carbs,
Since starting my blog another benefit I have discovered is seeing other people’s food blogs too! There are a few I follow regulary and this recipe stuck out immediately and I have been wanting to try it for a while.
So the menu changed slightly for Friday night, I decided the chickpea salad was a bit boring and when I made the panacottas with vege gelatin powder ( luckily a few days in advance) it was just not the right
This is a dish I recreated based on a meal I had in Boppard, Germany on my recent holiday. After a few days in Germany I was starting to turn into a sausage.. so went for something a bit different