2-in1 Recipe: Massaman Curry & Paste

Massaman Curry Paste

I love Thai food – however, saying that, I always get the same dish when I eat out: Massaman Curry. This is one of my all-time favourite curries, but I think a lot of people bypass it for a trusty Pad Thai or Green Thai Curry instead. If you’ve never tried Massaman Curry, now’s your chance! Continue reading

Hold the Mayo: Mustard & Thyme Yogurt Chicken Salad Recipe

Hello everyone! This week is just a quick recipe inspired by the thyme plant that is happily growing in my garden. I don’t have a picture of it, but chicken salad is never that pretty anyway. Continue reading

Warm Lentil Salad with Sunflower Seeds & Roasted Root Vegetables

Warm Lentil Salad with Sunflower Seeds & Roasted Root Vegetables

Ok, so this is not the most seasonal of recipes, but a couple weeks ago I had the most fantastic roasted purple carrots in a restaurant, and since then I’ve been on a carrot kick. Growing up, I hated cooked carrots, so this new love of carrots is quite a surprise to me. Continue reading

Superfood Seaweed: Kombu

Kombu

If you had asked me what “kombu” was a few months ago, I would have had no idea what you were talking about (and I think a lot of people living in England or America would have the same response.) So for those of you who are still scratching you head, read on. Continue reading

The Science Behind the Dough: Gluten Free Pizza

Since I stopped eating wheat, one of the things I miss the most is pizza. It is easy to find substitutes for some glutenous foods, like pasta and cereal… but I have yet to find a gluten free pizza that replicates the qualities of a sourdough pizza (and whoever eventually invents this will Continue reading

Everything but the Kitchen Sink: Chilli

Growing up, my dad always used to make Chilli for our family when we went skiing in Maine. Loaded with vegetables and protein, it’s the perfect way to warm up on a cold winter night. When I was little, my sisters and I would beg my dad not to put beans in the Chilli– back then I Continue reading

Gnocchi (…nom nom nom)

One of the things I have discovered since going gluten free is that wheat is hiding in just about any packaged food you can buy – breads, pastas, cereals, granola bars, sausages, soy sauce… the list goes on, whether wheat is an actual ingredient or the food is cross-contaminated (because it Continue reading