Feta And Roasted Butternut Squash Pasta

Feta And Roasted Butternut Squash Pasta

I don’t know where this roasted butternut squash pasta recipe originated from. I was fairly sure it was an early Jamie Oliver one but I can’t find it in any of his books so maybe not. Anyway, I’ve been cooking it for about 15 years so I’m sure...
A Simple Salad Dressing

A Simple Salad Dressing

Despite the fact that I cook a lot and mostly it turns out okay, I have always struggled with salad dressings.  I don’t know why I’m so challenged by mixing together a bit of oil and vinegar and one or two other ingredients but I am.  On one of my very...
Green Jungle Curry

Green Jungle Curry

I call this jungle curry because that was the name of the recipe I adapted it from in the fantastic “World Food Cafe” cookbook by Chris & Carolyn Caldicott. However, I have made so many changes, including switching the red curry paste to green curry...
Easy Flapjacks

Easy Flapjacks

The flapjacks of my childhood were chewy flapjacks (the kind you can feel destroying your teeth as you eat them) so for most of my life I’ve been a chewy flapjack girl, not really understanding the appeal of thicker, softer flapjacks.  In my head they were just...
Protein For Vegetarians Part 1: The Science

Protein For Vegetarians Part 1: The Science

Will I get enough protein from a vegetarian diet?  What do I need to eat for protein?  These are questions that concern a lot of vegetarians, especially new or prospective vegetarians, as well as parents of vegetarian children or teenagers.  The simple answer is that...