Caprese SaladBy Ann GaffneyMake the salad: Arrange the tomato pieces around the outside of a plate or platter, overlapping as you go. Do the same with the mozzarella slices, slightly overlapping the tomatoes.Grilled Gravlax Salmon with Warm French Lentil SaladBy Ann GaffneyHeat the grill until very hot. Remove the salmon from the dish and with paper towel, wipe off as much of the dill mixture as possible, particularly on the skin side. Sourdough CrepesBy Ann GaffneySourdough crepes are an easy dare I say perfect way to use up leftover starter from the baking process. You can eat them straight away or make a batch for the freezer.Flourless Orange Almond CakeBy Ann GaffneyThis deliciously moist flourless orange almond cake is easy to make and naturally gluten-free! Who could ask for anything more? Whole Wheat Sourdough BreadBy Ann GaffneyHomemade wholewheat sourdough bread is about as delicious and as natural as it gets since you’re literally pulling wild yeast out of the air to make it.Roasted Garlic CauliflowerBy Ann GaffneyRoasted garlic cauliflower is quite simply delicious. The rosemary in combo with the sweetness roasting gives the cauliflower florets and the garlic lends real Italian flair to this wonderful low-carb side.Steamed Green Beans with Roasted TomatoesBy Ann GaffneySteamed Green Beans with Roasted Tomatoes is not only festive to look at, but it is also a yummily healthy upgrade to what some view as a rather boring veggie.Basic Roasted CauliflowerBy Ann GaffneyTake the lined baking sheet out of the oven. Quickly tip the cauliflower and shallots onto it, spreading the veggies out into a single uncrowded layerBasic Roasted Winter SquashBy Ann GaffneyBasic Roasted Winter Squash is the sweetest, tastiest method of cooking of these winter veggie staples. Once cooked, they can be pureed for pies or soups, tossed into salads, turned into pasta sauce or ravioli filling, folded into frittatas ]or simply eaten as side top fish or poultryMy Roasted Brussels SproutsBy Ann GaffneyAdd EVOO to a large bowl. Tip in the halved Brussels sprouts and quartered shallots. Sprinkle with salt. With your hands mix the vegetables together with the oil until coated.Basic Roasted CauilflowerBy Ann GaffneyAdd the olive oil to a large bowl. Tip in the prepared cauliflower, sprinkle with salt. Using your hands, toss the cauliflower florets in the oil until covered in a thin film of oil. Honey Roasted FigsBy Ann GaffneyIn the dish, arrange the figs cut side up in a single layer. Drizzle the honey over the figs. Add the water. Sprinkle the tops of the figs with the sugar. Scallion GremolataBy Ann GaffneyChop together the scallions, parsley, and lemon zest. When roughly chopped, sprinkle with sea salt and keep chopping until the herbs are medium-fine. Add the olive oil.Ann’s Tart Lemon TartBy Ann GaffneyPut the 2 whole lemons into a sauce pot and cover with water. Bring to a boil, cover. Lower the heat to a simmer. Cook until soft, about 20 minutesBasic Short Crust PastryBy Ann GaffneyUsing the tips of your fingers gradually rub the butter into the flour until it has the texture of coarse breadcrumbs. Basic Baked TostadasBy Ann GaffneyBake on a high shelf for 10-12 minutes, or until the tortillas are browned and crisp. Move to cool on paper towels. Serve with desired toppings.