11 February 2019 Lorraine

  Indian Vegetarian Dish Yellow Dal is comfort food at its best, it is a simple dish but a staple in most Indian homes. Growing up my mum always cooked us Yellow Dal with Rice and it something we devoured. I’m so glad I’ve introduced this Yellow Split Pea Dal Recipe to my kids. On our meat-free days my boys are content with a bowl of steaming rice and dal. The yellow split peas is boiled until it’s soft and it is then cooked with a variety of spices. The tempering of the spices is what takes the dal to…

7 February 2019 Lorraine

The only thing I’m enjoying about packing is the fact that I’m finding some of my hidden treasures. I found a few recipe books with amazing recipes that I kept in a safe place, only to forget about them. I found this Easy Delicious 10 minute Tiramisu recipe in an old Woolworths Taste Magazine. It had another name for it and I remember there was alcohol in the recipe, don’t ask me what alcohol as I won’t be able to tell you. I don’t drink it so I’m a little uneducated on anything related to alcohol. I cannot tell you…

6 February 2019 Lorraine 10Comment

Refreshing Summer Salad After seeing a salad posted in the Pick n Pay freshliving magazine I was really inspired to make a similar salad, it looked amazing. This Honeyed Peach and Pesto Salad is heavenly. The original recipe used goat’s cheese and I am not a fan of goat’s cheese. I changed the recipe to suit my tastebuds and it is the best salad ever. And I thought nothing could beat the roasted-brocolli-and-haloumi-salad. I was definitely mistaken, this Honeyed Peach and Pesto Salad has now become my favourite summer salad. The peach that I used in this salad was perfectly…