• GAPS
  • Carrot and Cilantro Salad

    Carrot & Cilantro Salad

    I have a great mother-in-law. A truly wonderful mother-in-law. Do you know why? Well apart from being a truly awesome person, she bought me a subscription to Cuisine Magazine last Christmas! Cuisine is New Zealand’s premier food and wine magazine with amazing recipes, gorgeous photography and interesting articles about local artisan producers, the restaurant scene, and […]

  • GAPS
  • Mashed Veggies

    I could have given this a fancier, more appealing name, such as Root Vegetable Mash, or Rutabaga, Carrot and Parsnip Puree. But mashed veggies was what my mum called them, and mashed veggies was one of my favorite comfort foods as a kid (and still is might add). So mashed veggies it is! There’s not […]

  • Dinner
  • Turkey Burgers

    Our family is small, and so our post-Thanksgiving turkey leftovers are huge! We cooked up a turkey that was nearly 12 pounds, pretty average as turkeys go I guess, but that sure is a lot of turkey for 2 adults and 1 small child (both of our families live overseas, so it’s just us at […]

  • GAPS
  • Carrot Zucchini Soup

    So……things have been a little quiet here lately 🙁 Quieter than I intended, that’s for sure. But I hope to start posting a bit more regularly again. Part of the problem is that I have been feeling so tired in the evenings (my usual time for blogging) that I haven’t been up to writing any […]

  • Dinner
  • Peachy Chicken Salad

    Peachy Chicken Salad

    I wanted to make a salad that celebrated peaches, because the peaches have been so good this year, we just can’t get enough of them! They are firm, juicy and incredibly flavorful. I’ve been buying them at either our local farmer’s market or a local orchard store, both have really good prices for organic peaches. […]

  • Breakfast
  • Turmeric and Ginger Smoothie

    I enjoy smoothies for breakfast a couple times a week, but I was looking for a new flavor. Usually I do something with berries (and liver!) but I was feeling like a little something different. Variety is the spice of life and all that. Wait….spice…..spices….yes, wasn’t my sister going on about the amazing benefits of […]

  • GAPS
  • Salmon Salad Spread

    Salmon Salad Spread

    I cannot stress how much I LOVE this simple salmon salad. I make up a batch and it lasts me for lunch 3 days in a row. I actually do eat it 3 days in a row, because I never get tired of it! It tastes so moreish, one mouthful leads to another, and another…but […]

  • Condiments
  • Savoy Cabbage, Carrot and Ginger Sauerkraut

    Today I have the pleasure of guest posting for Shelly over at A Harmony Healing. Shelley runs a wonderful blog that focuses on holistic food, nutrition and well being. A while back, after posting my Beet and Cabbage Kraut, Shelley asked me if I’d like to create a sauerkraut recipe for A Harmony Healing. It was […]

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