RECIPES
Creamy Cashew Curry SauceBy Ann GaffneyThis vegan creamy cashew curry sauce works wonderfully with all kinds foods from chicken breasts, firm tofu to peas and lentils. It’s not hard to make and freezes well, so make it ahead of time and freeze a batch to quickly jazz up weeknight dinners.
Spicy, Smoky ChickpeasBy Ann GaffneyRinse the soaked chickpeas in cold water. Put into a medium sized pot with the shallot, bay leaf, and dried chipotle pepper. Add water to cover by about 1 inch.
Sourdough Blueberry PancakesBy Ann GaffneyIf like me you’re into sourdough bread making, Blueberry Sourdough Pancakes are a great way to use up discarded starter in this easy, special breakfast or brunch treat.
Chermoula SauceBy Ann GaffneyChermoula, is a wonderful green cilantro based condiment from North Africa that’s delicious whether you drizzle it into soups or over vegetables, or use it as a tangy marinade for fish or chicken. And it’s very easy to make.
Carabaccia – Tuscan Onion SoupBy Ann GaffneyIf you’ve been hankering after for a really good onion soup, Carabaccia, the Tuscan Red onion soup is it. It’s easy to make. All it needs a bit of time to cook the onions down until they are sweet and jammy.
Ricotta GnocchiBy Ann GaffneyRicotta gnocchi are delicious and fun to make. Easy and low carb they are great paired with my fabulously easy basic tomato sauce, which you can, of course, make ahead of time or for the freezer. Enjoy
Oven Baked FalafelBy Ann GaffneyOven baked Falafel are an easy, lower fat way to get these yummy, protein packed little vegan treats on the table. They’re pretty fast to make in a food processor once you’ve soaked the beans.
Happy PizzaBy Ann GaffneyHappy pizza happened when I was looking for a quick lunch and decided to repurpose into pizza a leftover naan bread with some tomato and mozzarella I had in the fridge. It was an epiphany. Naan is a fabulous foil for all kinds of savory toppings.
Watercress &Arugula SoupBy Ann GaffneyWatercress and arugula soup has to be one of the easiest, lightest, tastiest soups you can make with these two super greens. The flavor is peppery and refreshing and the color out of this world, plus it’s delicious eaten hot or chilled. It’s delicious.
Mediterranean Farro SaladBy Ann GaffneyMediterranean Farro Salad is a wonderful no-cook way to use this ancient grain. All you need to do is soak it overnight to give it the perfect ‘al dente’ bite before mixing into a salad.
Easy Tomato SauceBy Ann GaffneyThe title of this easy tomato sauce says it all. It is really easy, tomatoey and tasty too!  It is my go to tomato sauce for pastas, veggies, pizzas you name it, plus it can make it with fresh or canned tomatoes
Twice Cooked Delicata SquashBy Ann GaffneyTwice cooked potatoes turns a humdrum baked potato into something special.  The same thing happens when you make twice cooked Delicata squash.  This recipe from my James Beard nominated cook book has proved a crowd pleaser.
Bread and Butter PuddingBy Ann GaffneyBread and Butter Pudding is a favorite British nursery food, nursery food being the food we Brits typically turn to for comfort. This is basically a bread pudding made with a milk based egg custard and if you follow the directions you’ll see that it’s easy to do.
Pasta e FagioliBy Ann GaffneyPasta e Fagioli is one of the easiest, heartiest, most comforting platefuls of soup you’ll ever have the pleasure of digging into. It has everything we love, beans, pasta, tomatoes and it’s easy to make!
Corn Custard & Tomato TartBy Ann GaffneyA true late summer treat, this easy corn custard & tomato tart is the epitome of the season, putting the combo of sweet, fresh corn and ripe tomatoes to delicious good use.
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