Simple things are often the best: a seasonal vege, a soft-cooked egg and a sprinkle of dukkah.
Creamy and rich, but with fresh sharp notes from lemon, offset with salty crunch!
This is such a good salad to make for a picnic – but it’s hard to resist chowing down before you arrive!
Pies! Give us more pies! Okay, here you go …
There’s no alligator in here, but what you do get when you mix alligator pear (avocado!) and fresh pear is a sublime salad.
The sun was shining, the grill was on, and so I charred some sourdough.
This is THE dish for a summery lunch in the shade, or to share with friends on a summer’s evening.
Lovely and golden, crispy-tipped, and savoury notes from parmesan and rosemary. Definitely worth making!
Chocolate. Yum. Strawberries. Double Yum. You get the idea …
Three of my favourite things: lamb, feta and pine nuts. Scrumptious!
ALERT: Colour Riot! Bring on the food police – they’ll give this one the thumbs up!
Creamy, dreamy spring salad.
No matter the season – here is the reason to eat a cheesy gratin (asparagus in spring, broccolini in winter).
Juicy and sweet and popping with summer colour.
Peas in a frittata? Yep, you betcha!
Time to get your grill on! Well, not literally. We mean turn it on!
Asparagus Rolls … but not as you know them Gladys!
Cook asparagus in a frying pan – it’s easy!
Such a simple combo – asparagus and lemony goat’s cheese – but soooooo good.
Perfect as a starter, or perfect with panfried fish for a main course.
A bowl of perky greens helps to balance a rich meal.
Oh, soft, warm and smelling like heaven … slices of asparagus frittata stuffed between soft or crunchy bread rolls is delicious.
I thought about doing these potatoes with olive oil, but YEAH? NAH! Butter is so much better.
These are insanely good. Not going to say any more.
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