Minestrone della NonnaBy Ann Ogden GaffneyWhen the vegetables are soft, mix in the cabbage. Cover and sweat for another 5 minutes or until the cabbage begins to soften and wilt.Quick English SconesBy Ann Ogden GaffneyBake on a middle to high shelf for 12-15 minutes or until well risen and the tops golden-brown. Remove from the oven. Eat immediately.Pressure Cooker RisottoBy Ann Ogden GaffneyCover and lock the pressure cooker lid. Bring to pressure over a medium-high flame. Cook at medium-high pressure for 6 minutes.Sauteed Rainbow ChardBy Ann Ogden GaffneyMeanwhile, prep the chard. Pull the tender leaves away from the stems and set them aside in a salad spinner. Thinly slice the stems. Set aside.Sourdough CrepesBy Ann Ogden 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.Creme Caramel, FlanBy Ann Ogden GaffneyCrème caramel, flan, whatever you call it, is the best comfort dessert. Naturally gluten-free yumminess it’s so quick and easy to make!Whole Wheat Sourdough BreadBy Ann Ogden 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.Basic Roasted CauliflowerBy Ann Ogden 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 Ogden 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 poultryMum’s Spaghetti BologneseBy Ann Ogden GaffneyHeat the olive oil in a heavy frying or sauté pan over a medium-high flame. When it starts to ripple, add the diced meat and the bay leaf. Basic Roasted CauilflowerBy Ann Ogden 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. Basic Short Crust PastryBy Ann Ogden GaffneyUsing the tips of your fingers gradually rub the butter into the flour until it has the texture of coarse breadcrumbs.