Goji & Mint Pilaf Stuffed Bell Peppers

  What a good looking famjam! This recipe is a colourful and fun way to get some delicious rice pilaf into you ๐Ÿ™‚ It’s also a grand idea if you have a leftover rice or quinoa dish in the fridge and feel like revamping it. When making stuffed bell peppers, the cooking vessel is the…

Strawberry, Champagne, Jalapeรฑo & Mint Gazpacho

If you are an observant person, you may have noticed that I really like gazpachos. What I love even more than gazpachos themselves, is playing around with the ingredients contained in them.ย This recipe is proof and the proof’s in the pudding. With summer around the corner (11 days to go until its official start –…

Chickpea, Veggie, Fig, Onion, Honey & More Tajine

Being a vegetarian gives us great power – power overย improving environmental health, animal welfareย and human health. But with great power comes great responsibility (you saw that coming from a mile away, right?). Even as a dietitian, I can find it truly challenging to obtain enough of certain vitamins and minerals if I’m not vigilant, specifically…

Seasonal Yellow Plum Salsa

Yellow plums are in season right now, so make this recipe (I tell it like it is, I don’t beat around the bush ๐Ÿ˜‰ ). This recipe is awesome, the combination of flavours is unexpected. ๐Ÿ™‚ Fresh & Fruity Yellow Plum Salsa Ingredients: 8 yellow plums, chopped up nice 1 large onion, finely chopped 1/2…

Recipes from India: Mango Lassi

Lassis are great for beating the summer heat. In India, April and May are not only the warmest months but they also fall smack in the middle of mango season (Coincidence? I think nay! Mother Nature planned it poifectly). ย While many types of “lassis” exist (salty lassi, papaya lassi, strawberry lassi, rosewater and lemon lassiย are…