While browsing through my local wholefoods shop yesterday I noticed, packaged in a handy grinder, a Seaweed Sprinkle, sustainably produced from local seaweed by Böd Ayre Seaweed Products.
One of the biggest things I miss from living on the East Coast of Canada is the garlic fingers. You can order these at any pizza shop (the best, I recall, being available at Pizza Corner in Halifax, Nova Scotia!) with donair sauce to dip.
Shetland Black potatoes are an heirloom variety of potato from Shetland (little island, 60 degrees North, middle of the North Sea, check it out on your map!). They have a gorgeous dark purple skin, yellow flesh and a distinctive purple ring inside and they make wicked roast potatoes.
Some time ago I had an assortment of ingredients in the fridge needing used up and quite fancied making a lasagna. This new lasagna recipe was an experiment created by myself and it went down really, really well with the family.
Semit is an Arabic recipe I first learned about in Claudia Roden’s A New Book of Middle Eastern Food.
This cannelloni recipe is a regular in our household. It’s one of the few meals I make which all the children will eat without complaining! There’s usually at least one of them that need prompting to finish up their meal, but not with this recipe.