Cardoons with Bechamel - Cook Almost Anything
Haalo from Australia shares with us this not very commonly used member of the artichoke family - the cardoons! What a great name, especially useful to
con encourage your kids to have their vegetables. A great alternative to the useful mashed/baked potatoes to go with your Sunday pork/chicken roast.
Herbed Cheese Sticks - Everything Herbed
Ela from the Phillipines shares with us the very unique (and tasty) version of cheese sticks.... with herbs! Coupled with a lemongrass drink, this is sure to be a knock-out for a snack or pre-dinner bite.
Mediterranean cous cous stuffed heirloom tomatoes - Mele Cotte
Chris from Atlanta (USA) shares with us a variety of the super tomatoes! Heirloom tomatoes. It is not available in this part of Asia for us and definitely a "wow" for me when I first saw the photos. Great stuff!
Lemon Balm Tea - Kits Chow
Christine from Vancouver, Canada shares with us the soothing properties (and her gardening experience) of the Lemon Balm. Fantastic member of the family, Christine also included tips on how to use them to aroma-tise the house! Do you know that lemon is one of the most expensive herb to squeeze essential oils out of? I say, why use the oil when you can plant it yourself and use it like Christine!
Ethiopian Lentil Stew & Ethiopian Green Beans and Potatoes - Eats Well with Others
Joanne from NYC shares with us her close-shave experience of her day and the continued inspiration to have natural foods. Her Ethiopian dishes here looks packed to the brim with tastes and flavours while staying au naturel!
Strawberry Custard Tart - Eat.Read.Live
My very own entry after a couple of months break. Strawberries, don't you just love them?