One of my favourite recipes when I need a big batch meal (think: leftovers for lunch, dinner, snacks) is Minimalist Baker's 1 Pot Red Lentil Chili. I love it because it's very adaptable - you can basically throw in whatever you have and it still tastes amazing. This week I made it with a few substitutions: 2 … Continue reading One Pot Red Lentil Chili
This morning's meal is a hybrid of a recipe from a fellow Canadian food blogger, Cookin Canuck, combined with a baked eggs recipe I've come to call my own as I can't remember where I got it. Making use of my new ramekins, I sautéed some red onion (didn't have yellow/white) and put them in the bottom … Continue reading Baked Eggs, Sweet Potato Style
Blueberries. A near impossibility in South Sudan - unless you have access to the UNMISS commissary (like a duty free store) in Juba which occasionally stock frozen blueberries, raspberries and strawberries. At what cost you may be curious to know? A 450g bag for $6. Today's recipe came from a quick scan of Pinterest using … Continue reading Blueberry Muffin Cake
Easy. Grow them yourself. Today I started a small herb garden with the herb garden kit I bought on Amazon the last time I was in the U.S. I’m starting small with: Dill Parsley Oregano Basil Cilantro Thyme Will post again as things progress.
My next recipe comes from one of my favourite health food brands, Aduna, which sells the wonderful baobab, cacao, and moringa super-ingredients. I've tried several of their products, including their super-food powders and their raw energy bars. One of the great things about Aduna is they have worldwide shipping, so you can get these anywhere! … Continue reading Non-Parfait Aduna Choco-Coco Oatmeal
One of my favourite ways to cook is in a ramekin. I used to have a colourful set of four last year when I lived in Freetown, but since I've lived in Juba I haven't been able to bake much of anything because I haven't had anything to do it in. Fortunately that's going to … Continue reading Juba Pot Pies