Red Cabbage & Asparagus with a Caesar Style Salad

It feels like it has been quite a while since I last posted something on here. It’s only been just over a week but I felt like I had gotten into a routine of creating and sharing with you on a very regular basis and I was enjoying it. But my life got a little busy and a little hectic and then I got very drained.

I’m an introvert, a highly sensitive person and that means I need time to re-charge quite often. Being an introvert, for me, means that even if I adore the people I’m read more

The Super Simple Pizza

I don’t just like pizza. I love pizza. There has been quite a few (OH SO MANY) attempts at making a good, thin, crispy, gluten-free, vegan crust in our kitchen. A crust that obviously tastes good, has good texture and it needs to have some serious structural integrity for all of those toppings. We now have two bases that we rotate between that work really well (hallelujah)!!

This post isn’t about the toppings. It is all about that base (and a simple tomato sauce as well because read more

Balsamic Tomato Soup with Butter Beans & Kale

I really used to dislike tomato soup. All the way through my childhood/teenage years, right up until I was 21 and my new boyfriend was making dinner for me. He’d cooked dinner for me a couple of times before (he made falafel for me on our first date and it was insanely good) and the first time we met he was working in the kitchen at the cafe my friends and I popped into everyday post class for a cuppa and a chat. So, in short, I know he is good in the kitchen. Real good. But tomato read more

Warm Tamari & Lime Potato Bowl with a Tangy Tahini Drizzle

My love for salads is eternal and it upsets me that they’ve endured quite a bad reputation. Limp, lifeless, bland. So sad. Salads should be vibrant, colourful, flavourful and awesome. This one encompasses all of these things (in my opinion). Something that is getting me ridiculously excited about future salads is the window boxes that Steven is currently assembling for me, he loves a DIY project. I can’t wait to grow my own fresh herbs! So far on my ‘to grow’ list read more

Golden Quinoa Falafel

It’s definitely starting to feel more like spring. Little flowers are breaking through and the weather feels a bit brighter. I can’t believe we’re already well into March. This year is speeding by so far. Which is a nice reminder for me to slow down a little every now and then to be fully present and take in everything around me. There’s nothing I hate more than going through the motions on auto-pilot, ignoring life passing by. Be present.

I love spring. The fresh, read more