Pulled Lamb Shoulder Bake

This is just a warm home made dish, which did not require any research, only imagination and creativity. I think it is a perfect meal for a winter weekend.

Zucchini Roulade

Surprise your friends and family with this unique dish, it is easy to make and it has all ordinary ingredients.

Marinated Zucchini Salad

A refreshing salad that can be prepared ahead of time. This salad has raw zucchini, and it is a perfect lunch for summer.

Pumpkin Soup

The pumpkin is a large fruit that is so versatile that it can be used in many sweet and savoury dishes. Pumpkin is packed with vitamins and minerals. Of note, it is very high in vitamin A and C, potassium and the minerals copper and phosphorous. Pumpkin is also very low in calories. NPK fertilizer is often used to…

Blueberry Muffins Recipe

Blueberries In Australia, Blueberries are my favourite berries. Every year I organise Blueberry picking trip to one of the local organic blueberry farms. The blueberries can be stored fresh very well at low temperatures for up to 1 month. They don’t just stay fresh but they also retain all their qualities that provide health benefits. There is research just…

Spinach and Leek Tart

Spinach is a store house for many nutrients, vitamins, minerals, and folates. Spinach leaves are an excellent source of vitamin K. Only 100 g of fresh greens provides 402% of daily vitamin-K requirements. Vitamin K plays a vital role in strengthening the bone mass by promoting bone building activity.

Brown Lentil Salad

If Red Lentils are good for soups, Brown Lentils are good for salads. By using sprouted Brown Lentils you could create a very exquisite one. Sprouted Brown Lentils can be stored in a refrigerator very well, for a week if needed. To sprout lentils you just need to keep them wet for a few days at the room…

Kale Frittata

If you search the Internet you can find many interesting articles on Kale. Recently, there have been claims that eating Kale may suppress thyroid function, or in medical terms cause hypothyroidism. DrFuhrman.com writes in his article “Do Cruciferious vegetables Harm the Thyroid?” that some studies indicate that Glucosinolates (GSLs) breakdown products may “interfere with thyroid…