Colour, crunch, hot bite … a small salad with big ideas!
After a hot bite? Add a little sliced or grated radish to bring in a peppery note.
Frittata but not as you know it.
These garlicky, succulent mushroomy morsels are nothing short of sensational. Love ’em every time.
Do you know where your lamb comes from? Leelands export-quality lamb can be traced right back to Bill and Sue’s lush Southland pastures.
A dollop of soft mash on the side of something crunchy – think cauliflower fritters, snitzel, arancini stuffed with melting mozzarella – acts like a sauce. Yep. Great way to eat your ‘coloureds’.
Roasted onions squished on bread? Mmmm …
Easy. Tasty. Go wth anything … skinny peppers with chorizo, cherry tomatoes basil & lemon.
Oh Lordy, fried cauliflower. One of life’s delicious moments.
Hello Ilaria. Nice to see you back on the ‘Heke!
Chop Chop! Make the most of inexpensive seasonal ingredients to add tangy crunch to your dinner.
Seriously, the morning after making this I woke up dreaming of leftovers!
Here’s a handy spicy lentil base you can add bits and bobs to, to create a fast meal.
You just know these are going to taste delicious … so get making them!
The smell as this cooks will make you drop to your knees. It is hunger-inducing!
Golden tasty nuggets of chicken atop a mound of salad leaves imbued with sweet and tangy yellow peppers and capers … my kind of dinner.
This is creamy, buttery and as soft as pillows. Mmmmm …
This is so good you’ll want to scrape the dish for every last morsel. Get cooking it this weekend, or anytime soon.
Heaps of flavour here, serve with anything!
Like things hot? Then rark up the chilli!
Surely a peach is just a peach? Think again – hot pan, sizzling butter and frying peaches! Roll over Chicken Maryland.
Succulent chicken that falls off the bone – here’s how to do it!
Little green buds never looked so appetizing!
Roll on lazy weekend … this is the perfect dish to go with bread and salad, a quiche or tart.
Oh my goodness, these are the sweetest things, pretty to look at and gorgeous to eat.
Black boy peaches have succulent melting flesh and buckets of flavour.