Pancakes topped with fresh rhubarb curd are the perfect breakfast for last weekend mornings. Pulling out this colourful topping for brunch is sure to impress, and it can be used to spice up a variety of other breakfast foods, from topping off a bowl of oatmeal, to spreading it on toast with strawberries, I love having this condiment in the fridge all spring long!
This spring pasta dish incorporates some of our favourite fresh, seasonal vegetables, tossed in a creamy source that lends a warm and hearty character for those cool spring days. The recipe can easily be made gluten and dairy free by substituting gluten free pasta, brown rice flour and nutritional yeast.
Charcuterie has its origins as a humble french peasant dish. But don’t let the simplicity of the preparation deceive you – curated and composed with a thoughtful arrangement of textures and tastes — Aside from being very delicious, a cheese and charcuterie board acts as a vessel for communication and is a great communal nibble.
A lemon posset is a simple, make-ahead, lemon pudding recipe. Perfect for the holidays when you need a quick dessert that doesn’t require hours in the kitchen! Serve it with a simple
rosemary shortbread cookie to dip in for some added holiday charm.
A hearty, warm galette is the perfect way to use up those last fall zucchinis. Layer it with a generous serving of goat cheese, sweet caramelized onions, and salty sundried tomatoes to create a beautiful, filling meal with the last garden produce of the season.