Monthly Archives: August 2013

ZUCCHINI HOT DOG RELISH

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  This is a deliciously tangy and colourful relish.   It is the go-to condiment for hot dogs, burgers and any cold or cured meat that could do with a little relish.   It is simple to make.  You simply chop your … Continue reading

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BEET SALAD … WITH GREEK YOGURT

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    My beautiful vegetable garden rewards me everyday with gorgeous fresh vegetables.  This morning the vibrant rows of beets beckoned me.  I searched among the rows for the beets that were growing a little too big for their own … Continue reading

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CURRIED KALE WITH COCONUT

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Kale is the ‘IT’ vegetable this year.    And, with a very good reason.  The payoff from this leafy green is loads of vitamin C, beta-carotene, calcium and antioxidants. Kale is extremely versatile.   You can steam it, saute it, add … Continue reading

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SWEET AND SALTY CARAMEL NUT POPCORN

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  This is a wickedly delicious, can’t-stop-eating luxurious treat.  The addition of whole almonds, the deep, rich caramel flavour and the crunch of  sea salt elevates popcorn to a new high in the world of snacks.  It comes with a … Continue reading

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LIGHT BASIL SAUCE (sauce legere au basilic)

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    There’s a small clay pot of basil growing by my front door.  It’s there so I can brush my hands over the leaves releasing its sweet fragrance each time I pass it by.  Out in the big vegetable … Continue reading

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PISTOU (basil pesto without nuts)

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  Leave your garden for a week and you return to a garden spilling over with the bounty of summer.  Grab a basket and capture the taste of summer. Fill your basket with basil. Grab some garlic. Put on the … Continue reading

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