The Twitter and Instagram Post that launched this post gets to the crux of this message - once you have bone broth in your fridge or freezer - you are minutes away from almost any soup you want, assuming you have the right stuff in your fridge, freezer and pantry. But - The best part about making … Continue reading Thai Coconut Curry Chicken Noodle Soup
What could be better for a quick summer meal than a delicious burger surrounded by fresh luscious vegetables. This version of a burger is a regular at my table and we have come to love it more than the usual fare stuffed into a doughy bun. Quite apart from the fact that most people feel … Continue reading The Burger Stack- What Could be Better?
The second entrant in our savoury muffin category, I've been meaning to make these ever since I made the Salmon and Sweet Potato Curried version a couple of weeks ago. I finally got to it today and they did not disappoint. One caveat, if you want to use these as a post workout tool you … Continue reading Tuna & Root Vegetable “Muffins”
Sunday Brunch time and there's not a sausage in the house....I have my pastured eggs, a couple of parsnips, some radicchio and endives, a large shallot, even kale to make a bed of greens for my creation but I need meat. Digging a bit deeper in my freezer (to be honest past the heaps … Continue reading Poached Eggs on Smoked Duck Breast & Parsnip Hash
One of the things I miss the most from my pasta eating days is a good puttanesca sauce. To begin with it is quick and easy to make with ingredients I almost always have in my fridge and pantry - black olives, capers, tomatoes (canned work really well for this dish), garlic, olive oil and … Continue reading Spaghetti (Squash) Puttanesca
If necessity is the Mother of invention then boredom is her twin sister. I just could not face another breakfast of eggs scrambled with spinach (yawn) and a side of whatever. A hunt through the spice drawer and the fridge delivered inspiration: indian curry spice mix, and a peeled raw sweet potato left over from … Continue reading Curried Scrambled Eggs wt Spinach & Sweet Potato Medallions
That's a long title but it's worth it. It's a cool dreary day, I am surrounded by people who are sick and I need something hot for lunch. In my fridge there is a jar of chicken stock I defrosted out of my freezer yesterday....the solution is obvious but to be truthful, as much as … Continue reading Chicken Bone Broth Egg Drop Noodle Soup