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cardamom-spiced lemon madeleines with a blood orange glaze

For whatever reason, I seem to get an annual urge (always in the spring) to make madeleines — and then savour/devour said madeleines in an impressively brief amount time. The fun part about making them yourself, of course, is that you can be as playful as you want with the flavours and ingredients. Last year I decided to make madeleines with brown butter and honey, and this year I opted to make...
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a beetroot & citrus salad

Steam-roasted beets. Juicy citrus. Fresh colour on a cold winter's day. Need I say more? a beetroot & citrus salad makes 4-6 servings, depending on the size of your servings This salad is incredibly versatile and I strongly encourage you to make it how you want it, with what you have: serve it hot or cold, with feta or goat's cheese or not, with pickled onions or shallots or not, with just...
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roasted squash chili ginger garlic soup

It's dark out, you're feeling cold, perhaps a little under the weather, and rather fatigued. Cue the perfect pick-me-up: a nourishing bowl of warmth in the form of a restorative roasted squash soup. Thanks to the pep from garlic, chili and ginger, you'll be back on your feet and ready to tackle the day again in no time. roasted squash chili ginger garlic soup makes 4-6 servings, depending on the...
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a toasted almond plum cake

this recipe was originally published in the august 2021 newsletter click here to subscribe & click here to watch me make it   This cake could very well be made with cherries instead of plums. In fact, you could use grapes, figs, peaches, blackberries, apricots or nectarines. Maybe even some soft ripe pears or apples, with the addition of some warming spices. Seemingly any fruit would...
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