This is a bonus recipe from August Guest Blogger, Valerie Catullo, “Growing up, wastefulness was considered the eighth deadly sin. Never throw out something you can use again or in a new and different way. While making the Lemony Tomato Basil Soup I just couldn’t bring myself to throw away the leftover mushy tomato-root veggie mixture. After a few experiments I came up with this zesty caponata that mirrors the flavors in the soup – only now in a spread! Put it on sandwiches, over fish, or our personal favorite – as a sauce over zucchini noodles. Enjoy!” Continue reading
Listen, I know your grandma’s potato salad is the best but hear me out. This recipe is just as tasty but twice as nice because it cuts most of the fat out. You know the globs of mayo (that I do love) that just weigh you down on a hot summer’s day. So change it up and give this scrummy tasty tater salad a try. Oh and did I mention it has bacon! Now that I’ve got your attention…let’s read on! Continue reading
I love how potatoes can be so versatile. They are good a million different way and I love them all. This dish is a great compromise for when your partner wants fries and you want a baked potato. Easy to make and satisfying to munch, you should definately try this recipe.
Sometimes a lavish dish can be made from the simplest of recipes. This quick couscous only involves a handful of ingredients, looks beautiful and is always a hit. This recipe only has 4 steps and can be made in less than 10 minutes.
I haven’t been very good with keeping up on the blog for the past few months. I got a promotion at work about a year ago and I’ve been so busy I have hardly cooked or baked. But the sun is shining and summer is finally starting to show its sheepish face here in London and I’m feeling motivated.