When you take the most used vegetable - the carrot, add some kick ass pie pastry, cheese and bake it to perfection - you results is one tasty quick meal - perfect for picnics or holiday eating. Don't pass these, they are worth it.Read More
Our new rental home has everything that I wanted in a kitchen – lots of storage spaces, tons of counter space, brand new appliances – We are the first tenant to be using the stove, dishwasher and the refrigerator.
The awful, uncomfortable refrigerator - the most hated item in my kitchen right now. It’s a side-by-side, stainless steel and it’s the most difficult appliance that I have ever used. And trust me, my old refrigerator was a top freezer, small thing and sometimes I wish I had that one instead of this beast.
With and easy peasy recipe which evolved out of necessity. This past weekend I was alone, hungry and too lazy to go out in the rain to hunt for food.
So in the spirit of maintaining my laziness, I went on the hunt in the refrigerator and came up with leftover roasted cauliflower in a plastic container … as I was trying to remember what I has roasted the cauliflowr for, and idea struck me. What can I do with this that was fast and easy and bang! it hit me…
Originating in Provence, a tian is a French word that describes a shallow earthenware casserole and because why use another word for it? The food it contains. Traditionally it features a variety of vegetables, herbs and cheeses that are layered and then baked. Showcasing summer’s squash and tomatoes, I threw in some potatoes too – because well I’m crafty like that.
But if you search a tian can be made with pretty much any vegetable you like, onions, eggplant, herbs, and I can go on and on.