February 24, 2018

Zoodles with Pesto – oodles of flavor

Posted on January 24, 2018 by in cheese, paleo

Zoodles with Pesto

Zoodles with pesto…… yum! Possibly the most flavor in the quickest amount of time. Zoodles with pesto are noodles made with zucchini for the un-informed. Which makes this dish banting-friendly, paleo-friendly, LCHF-friendly and gluten-free. Quite extraordinary for something so simple. I think zoodles came on the map with the above mentioned eating life-styles. People saw […]

Goats cheese Crostini with roasted Grapes

Posted on January 22, 2018 by in cheese, snacks

Goats cheese Crostini with roasted Grapes

Goats cheese Crostini with roasted Grapes was my answer when the children asked: “Mom, what are we eating?” Goats cheese Crostini with roasted Grapes was most definitely not the answer they were waiting for so it was met with visible disapproval from both. Quite frankly I couldn’t be bothered as I have been wanting to […]

Braaibroodjie Tutorial – South Africans should know this.

Posted on November 29, 2017 by in cheese

Braaibroodjie Tutorial

A Braaibroodjie Tutorial, say whaaaaat? Yes, Here is my top tips for making delicious braaibroodjies. ( For all non-South-Africans, it is a sandwich, traditionally made with cheese, tomato and onion and cooked on a grid on the open fire.) Maybe I am naive in thinking that people don’t know about braaibroodjies, I found  article about […]

Caprese Salad – of course my take on it!

Posted on November 15, 2017 by in cheese, salads

Caprese Salad

Caprese Salad is one of those classic salads that should not me messed with. The classic Italian Caprese Salad is made of sliced fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, and sweet basil. Simply seasoned with salt and olive oil. A Caprese Salad features the colors of the Italian flag, green, white, and red and in Italy, it is […]

Camembert cranberry pull apart loaf

Posted on October 19, 2017 by in cheese

Camembert Cranberry Pull Apart Loaf

This Camembert cranberry pull apart loaf belongs on a Christmas Menu somewhere, but I can simply not wait to share it with you. The Camembert cranberry pull apart loaf has my favorite flavors. I love to pair Fairview Roydon Camembert with fresh or dried fruit especially something tangy such as cranberries, raspberries, maybe nectarine or […]

Caprese Bombs and a Competition

Posted on September 12, 2017 by in cheese

Caprese Bombs

These Caprese Bombs are just the bomb, pardon the pun. Caprese Bombs made with 5 ingredients, I kid you not. The recipe makes 20 and they flew off the plate before I could take proper pictures. The kids (and dad) absolutely loved them. A traditional Caprese Salad is a salad made with fresh tomatoes, fresh […]

Stuffed Baked Potatoes – my carb weakness is out of control!

Posted on August 30, 2017 by in cheese, vegetarian

Stuffed Baked Potatoes

Stuffed Baked Potatoes – Oh my weak heart! I love, love, love Stuffed Baked Potatoes! Sometimes the stuffing can be as simple as melted butter, salt and pepper, or sometimes rather decadent. There is just something about a baked potato that I can’t explain.  Even if I make gnocchi, I prefer baking the potatoes and […]

Labneh Pots – Perfect Picnic or Padkos Snack

Posted on July 4, 2017 by in cheese

Labneh Pots

Labneh Pots are so each to make, the kids can dot it. These Labneh Pots can be any flavor you want them to be, but I just love Red Pepper Pesto and Basil Pesto, so those were my flavors of choice. The white, red and green colors also look beautiful in the glass jars. In […]

Delicious Chicken Salad with roasted butternut

Posted on March 1, 2017 by in cheese, Chicken

Delicious Chicken Salad

This Delicious Chicken Salad has been my staple this summer. Maybe it is old age, but I have never been more bothered by this intense heat. My delicious chicken salad must be packed with flavor though. No boring chunks of fry chicken with heaps of mayonnaise. No, I want flavor and crunch and comfort all […]

Goats Cheese Fritters – Competition time with Yuppiechef.

Posted on February 27, 2017 by in cheese

Goats cheese Fritters

Goats Cheese Fritters are just the most addictive things you can imagine. Goats Cheese Fritters are delicious in a salad, addictive as a starter and perfect as lunchbox fillers. The problem however is that most people think it is quite a cheffie thing to prepare. Or that you need loads of expensive equipment. Well you […]