Posts Tagged ‘vegan’

10 Ways with Cauliflower

Cauliflower is one of those vegetables that always seems to be in the supermarket, but in fact it is as its finest in winter, so now that the colder months are upon us I thought I would celebrate this humble little veggie by sharing with you some of my favourite ways to cook it, from some of my favourite bloggers!

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Recipe: Sweet Potato, Pumpkin & Lentil Soup

Much like the other lentil soup I posted recently, this might not be the prettiest of soups to look at, but it sure is tasty! It’s super filling thanks to all the lentils, so it works perfectly as a Winter warming dinner without leaving you scratching around for more food an hour later. (more…)

Recipe: Cauliflower and Chickpea Curry

Curries have long been a favourite of mine, they featured regularly on the menu at home when I was growing up, and they were one of the first things I learnt to cook for myself (albeit leaning rather heavily on a jar of curry paste!). When I first went vegetarian I relied on curries and stir-fries a lot, and whilst I might be a little more adventurous with my cooking these days I still love a good curry on a cold, grey Melbourne night.

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Recipe: Carrot, Ginger and Coconut Soup

This soup combines some of my favourite flavours, so it’s no surprise that it has fast become one of my favourite soups! I had meant to freeze most of it to enjoy on the cold winter nights ahead, but the whole first batch somehow disappeared so unfortunately I just had to whip up some more! My parents stopped by one Saturday around lunchtime and so played the role of taste testers and then wouldn’t leave until I promised to give them the recipe, it’s that tasty!

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Balcony Gardening & Basil and Mint Pesto

One of the things that attracted me to my little apartment when I was house hunting was the balcony. It’s a pretty decent size, north facing and covered so it is protected from the elements. It’s a lovely place to sit and read the paper on the weekend, or have a glass of wine after work, but I also hoped it would have great potential for growing some herbs and vegetables.

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