This is a perfect recipe for someone who doesn’t make bread. There’s no kneading involved and it’s very forgiving. I was actually reminded of a recipe I came across a number of years ago. It was a bread recipe from the New York Times and was a “no knead” bread that became an overnight sensation! Needless to say, I did make it several times! This Cheddar Bacon Bread is very similar. And simple.
The combination of roasted squash and curry are a match made in heaven. Think warm fragrant flavours and intense autumn colours. And if that isn’t drool worthy enough, crispy sage leaves that taste like buttered popcorn take this Curried Squash Soup with Crispy Sage to the next level.
Greek Salad is a simple recipe that has a fantastic flavour and only takes a few minutes to prepare. It’s best when the ingredients are fresh and in season. You can add cooked pasta and extra dressing to make a greek pasta salad, or you can add lettuce and make it a tossed salad. So this is actually 3 recipes for the price of one! And best of all you don’t even need to measure the salad ingredients because the amounts don’t have to be exact.
When tomatoes are in season and plentiful, making your own Salsa is a delicious way to preserve those late summer flavours. This is a tried and true recipe that’s been given double thumbs up from all the taste testers.
Something magical happens when you cook watermelon. The water is released and it transforms into a new consistency, similar to a peach. And the flavour intensifies. You won’t believe it. Drunken Watermelon Cobbler has a hint of gin, lime and mint for a surprising fresh balance to the sweetness of the fruit.