“Instructions for living a life. Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it.” Mary Oliver 1935 – 2019
To my utter surprise and delight, the kids loved this (4 and 8 years old), they cleaned their plates so this will be making an appearance again as we loved it too!
A twist on traditional potato salad this is a great side dish for an early winter barbecue!
It’s watermelon season here in Pointe Noire and I’m making the most of it! This smoothie is refreshing and hydrating, perfect for an early morning wake-up!
Keeping with the winter and comfort food theme and finding yet more ways to use beetroot! This vibrantly coloured breakfast tastes great and looks amazing!
I love exploring local ingredients and this week we found some fresh hibiscus flowers on the market. We made a tea by boiling the flowers and draining the liquid and then my hubby told me that one can also eat them, so I used them in this stew. The texture makes them a good meat replacement so I feel pretty confident that one could use them in most recipes where one would use soya mince or crumbled tofu.
This salad came about when I needed to eat quickly, wanted something tasty and nourishing but didn’t want to cook anything from scratch!
This is a great salad to serve warm or cold and is really easy to put together. It keeps really well in the fridge and is perfect to take along to a barbecue as the vegan dish!
This light and easy salad can also be made using butternut or sweet potato and is filling enough to be eaten as a main meal.
This salad is delicious eaten warm or cold and is filling enough to be a main meal. Filled with a variety of textures and flavours, this is truly a taste sensation!
A healthy and delicious twist on traditional hummous, this dip is a great addition to any snack plate. It keeps well in the fridge but usually doesn’t last long enough to need keeping!