As it turns out, 18 lettuce seedlings in a 30cm x 30cm planter is actually quite excessive.
Yep, grab a second look – this is pizza made at home cooked on a baking sheet. Not bad!
Potato salad ready to go! Think picnic, barbecue or summer snacking.
Not quite vegan, though still delicious without mozzarella, this makes a stunning centrepiece for a vegetarian meal.
Pretty, sweet and sharp, green tomatoes make a perfect foil to the nutty taste and rich texture of avocados.
This little quickie sauce will add zing to the simplest fish dish. Oh, and it’s low in fat!
These pizzas are sooooo good.
A quiche worth making
Rich, yes. Gorgeous, YES! Sweet corn caramelised on a barbecue then slathered with tarragon butter & mayo, and dusted with parmesan, cumin & smoked paprika, served with lime wedges, is a winner!
This is always a crowd pleaser. Ramp it up a notch with lemon oil, green chilli and spiced rockmelon seeds!
Snip, snip, snip those noodles (don’t get caught!). Long noodles, long life.. but who cares ’cause short noodles are easier to eat!
Bake a batch of these bad boys, grab some olives, good bread, tomatoes – that kind of thing – and have an easy summer feast!
What to serve with this fresh and crunchy salad? I’d go for fish, steamed, barbecued, fried, baked, any which way you like.
Homemade burgers made from scratch, (by that I mean making your own mince) are sensational.
Here’s a quickie for midweek. Team these peppers with a grain salad and leafy greens for a healthy meal.
Good old tray bake – you’ll be my friend again in 2018.
This is loosely modelled on a typical salad you might find around Nice … but there’s a bit of a leap of faith here.
Beautifully pink and juicy barbecued lamb … it doesn’t get much better than this.
Get a bit of a Spanish sizzle going on the grill for a tasty start to any meal. Yes!
Never throw out a cooked potato – look at what you can do with them!
What’s essential for a dish like this is starting with a superior chicken that has pecked around the grass and had a good time on this earth.
Juicy and tender, small roasts are easy to prepare and quick to cook.
Peas with little salty nuggets of pork belly. Whoop. Whoop.
Ho-Ho-Ho, are you after a non trad Xmas dish? Try this one.
Cute little butterkin … it doesn’t know whether it’s a butternut or a pumpkin, but who cares, it tastes delicious!
Biting into a crunchy-crusted succulent lamb cutlet … sweet minty pea purée, sneaky hit of chilli .. oh she’s good!