Category Archive: Vegetarian

Cauliflower Buffalo Bites

I’m forever looking for ways to increase my vegetable intake. Mostly by making them less boring. I cannot name anyone that craves steamed vegetables, or a plain salad. We are creatures who enjoy… Continue reading

Spring Salad with Honey Mustard Vinaigrette

Even though it’s Summer here in Australia, I came across this beautiful spring vegetable recipe from Naturalmente Buono earlier this week. If you’ve been reading the blog for a while, you’d know I’m… Continue reading

Moroccan Carrot and Quinoa Salad

Continuing on with the theme of exciting salads, I’ve got another recipe for you that shows just how exciting salads can be, and how far you can be from the boring lettuce-tomato-cucumber combo… Continue reading

Pesto Broccoli Salad

Almost all of us want to eat more vegetables. The Australian Dietary Guidelines recommends five serves per day – but this is actually a minimumΒ recommendation.Β You could eat 50 serves of vegetables if you… Continue reading

Pumpkin Soup

Winter is truly upon us, and all I want to eat is soup, stews and casseroles. Anything warm and hearty that can be served in a bowl is on the menu for me… Continue reading

Two Ways with Cauliflower

A common question I get asked in the clinics is: “How do I make vegetables more exciting?” For most people, vegetables are the bland, boring side dish included in our meals to make… Continue reading

Asian Style Steamed Eggplant

I often feel a great sense of panic watching my mother cook Asian dishes, as if I have very limited time to start embracing my heritage and learn how to cook the food of… Continue reading