Tag: gluten-free recipes

sheperds pie

            When I left Boston just after the record-making arctic winter this year to come home to a Sydney winter I wasn’t overly happy… I do love my sunshine! That said, there have been many afternoons of lovely winter…

spicy kale

  This kale recipe is the business, and I can say this because I didn’t create it, just merely took over the preparation from my flat mate who originally engineered the idea because I’m between jobs at the moment (read unemployed domestic goddess) and the prep…

nourishing breakfast cook-up

World, meet my breakfast. Breakfast, meet the world. I’ve been eating this a few times a week since I landed back in Sydney and am still in love with it! Granted, I also haven’t been working, but I won’t stop this nourishing indulgence once I…

avocado & crackers

Every time I make avocado on crackers I think about posting a blog on it, then convince myself it’s so simple that it’s not worth the effort.  But I think the time has come to share it anyway as I know it’s always good…

creamy mushroom and leek pasta

It doesn’t happen very often, but sometimes I get a nasty craving for something creamy… and attending to this craving vegan-style has been easier than I ever would have thought! This dish is cooked, but if you want something raw, check out my chili…

spanish lentils and mushroom stew

It wasn’t my intention to do two blogs in one day, but you have to strike while inspiration is hot, right?! My goal  for 2013 is to try a new recipe every week, and given it’s Sunday of the first week, I had to…

mushroom and lentil loaf

To be totally honest, family holiday meals in the chilly New England climate get me a little down. Being 100% raw was the worst – bringing raw burgers and a dehydrator to the ‘in-law’s’ was kind of embarrassing and no one ever really wants…

peanut vegetable stir-fry

So I know this recipe might get me in ‘trouble’ with some of my strictly raw friends, or those that don’t ever eat honey (or peanut butter for that matter), but sometimes I like to compromise a little so I can cook a meal…

moroccan quinoa pilaf

Today was shopping day and organic berries and stone fruits are out in force, so we spent most of the afternoon eating the delicious selection of cherries, raspberries, strawberries, blackberries,  grapes, apricots, and nectarines I so naughtily washed and placed on the counter. As…

throw-together pasta

I couldn’t believe it… I had water boiling on the stove, in which to put rice noodles for stir-fry (not part of any detox that I know of!), and while rummaging through the fridge for vegetables I stumbled across a perfectly chunky zucchini and…

banana (gr)oatmeal

I need some time to think about what to write about my Beauty Detox experience as I want to rant and rave about how much I’m not enjoying it but feel like, on day 2, I’m not far enough in to make a valid…

cheddar cheeze sauce

I used to love cheese sauce. Love with a capital L… with cauliflower, with lasagna, with a spoon and with tuna baked on a croissant topped with paprika. My brother was my cheese sauce partner in crime. The best bonding we ever did as…