This week I am making a traditional Lebanese lamb stew, a great grain free spinach pie with a crust made from almond meal and linseeds, and as I’m making a lentil stew, I shared my trick for preparing lentils for less, shall we say “digestive reaction/discomfort”. It’s actually 6 nights of dinners as one night is always leftover night.
Meal planning is a very handy organizational tool for the busy and short of time (and aren’t we all??). I am currently at the stage where I am operating a taxi service for my seven-year-old with lots of after school activities. It means that we arrive back home hungry, tired and right at dinner time.
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Making a “pasta” out of a vegetable spiralizer is a great way to add interest to a meal, especially if like me you really really miss the whole “Spaghetti Bolognaise” experience.
The discovery of this awesome little kitchen gadget was so exciting. My one is called a “Betty Bossi” and is a bit tiresome to use at it needs to be manually twisted, but it produces a great long skinny “noodle”.Read More »Zucchini Pasta