I really, really love tacos, but what I also love is the fact that you don’t need to load them full of meat (don’t get me wrong, I’m no vegetarian) to enjoy a tasty taco. Simple is best with certain foods, especially those made from scratch. I had some help in the form of inspiration from the veggie patch on this particular recipe. Zucchini, jalapeno, purslane, green cherry tomatoes and basil all picked from the veggie patch! This recipe is for two, but you could make a large batch and have everyone make their own tacos, it’s a really fun way to enjoy them!Read More
This is one of my favoured snacks that uses some of my favourite ingredients - chilli, garlic, fresh herbs & veggies from the garden and some from the market! For this recipe I picked some lettuce, mint, Vietnamese mint and cucumber straight from the garden. I always have rice paper in the pantry, it's so versatile. Rice paper rounds are a staple of Vietnamese cuisine and are gluten free.Read More
They say to never shoot in direct sunlight, to hell with that, the sun was far too nice to be stuck inside!
Today's recipe is part of 3 recipes featured in the March issue of Yum. Gluten Free Magazine. The theme is chocolate, so I thought I would share a couple of simple savoury Mexican inspired chocolate recipes (and 1 sweetie!), using some of my favourite stone-ground staples.Read More
Very excited to share a new collaboration with you! The very talented Madeleine Dore of Extraordinary Routines and I have collaborated to bring you Extraordinary Recipes! Madeline is a writer and editor with a curiosity about daily routines.
Extraordinary Routines is an interview project dedicated to discovering the daily routines of artists, writers, designers, thinkers, entrepreneurs and the countless individuals who bring a unique spirit to the world around them.Read More
Breakfast, lunch or dinner; I love anything with a Spanish twist. I’ve used sweet potato for my tortilla, it's nutritious and sweet, and goes beautifully with the sharp contrast of manchego cheese. To top it off – coriander mojo (ow yeah!), a really tasty little green sauce.Read More