Spinach Walnut Pesto | A Magic Green Sauce for Everyday Good Eating

Spinach Walnut Pesto | A Magic Green Sauce for Everyday Good Eating

Spinach walnut pesto for the win! In the past few weeks, this bright green multi-purpose magic sauce has made its way onto things like roast chicken, (dry brined of course) sweet potatoes, french lentils, salads, a delicious pan roast of cubed paneer, fennel and peppers, and an ultimate bagel sandwich that I’ll be talking about in the next post (It’s so good that I need to work up to it).

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The Simplest White Bean Hummus, Plus Two More Tahini Dips

The Simplest White Bean Hummus, Plus Two More Tahini Dips

Tahini is a wonderful pantry staple to have around, but often we only use it for hummus and then we end up with a half-full container of tahini sitting around. So here are some recipes with tahini as alternatives to hummus. We’re making 3 tahini dips. White bean hummus, a really easy Baba Ganoush recipe, and a tahini lemon dressing recipe.

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Quick Pickled Vegetables - The No Nonsense Method

Quick Pickled Vegetables - The No Nonsense Method

Quick pickles, or refrigerator pickles are the result of vegetables or fruit that have been packed in hot brine and left to sit for at least a few hours in the fridge. They are not fermented, and they don’t cook as much as with traditional canning methods so they retain some good crunch. Quick pickling is a perfect way to go if you have a small amount of veggies to deal with, and when you’re just not interested in setting up an elaborate canning production.

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