One of the recipes I made several times on The Eczema Diet is the sesame-free hummus. I make it with several types of beans and also like to bring it to parties and potlucks with celery sticks and crackers. Before going on a stricter salicylate-free version of the diet, I made this delicious dip with beet in it. Roasted beet and garlic give a lovely
Who says you can’t have cheese as a vegan? You can definitely have delicious cheese! I tried some of the regular processed vegan cheeses available in most grocery stores and I have to say I am not a fan of most. Although I do have phases (lazy phases) when I’ll buy some to make grilled-cheeses, the ingredients alone make it a no-go as a staple.
Have you ever made your own salsa? Easy to make, you can adapt it to your taste which will definitely make it better than the store-bought kind… and healthier too! For a summery salsa, I decided to make one with mango. I often see mango salsas that literally use mangoes instead of tomatoes. For me, this looks more like a mango salad because salsa =
I made my Lemon Cupcakes for a girl’s night. And a must-have when I have people coming at my place is also crudites with a homemade dip. I’m known for being the one who cooks a lot, who loves to cook, who makes delicious food, who has a food blog… So there is no way I invite people over and serve them a store-bought dip
I was in the supermarket. Buying queen olives. And there it was. In front of me. Roasted red pepper & artichoke tapenade. You know, the pre-made kind. It sounded so good! Especially to a artichoke heart lover like me. Of course, I didn’t buy the jar. I bought roasted red pepper and artichoke hearts. And took out my food processor. Roasted Red Pepper & Artichoke