Eggplant, beef & mushroom casserole is the perfect winter dish. It is not only warming and comforting, but it also contains a lot of veggies and good quality protein. I used organic mince with organs from Feather and Bone, but you can use regular beef mince. Feel free to add whatever vegetables you have lying…Continue reading Recipe: Eggplant, beef & mushroom casserole
Dairy products and alternatives constitute one of the five food groups in the Australian Dietary Guidelines. “Alternatives” are included in this group because there is an increasing number of people who cannot or choose not to consume foods derived from animal milk. Is dairy good for you? As it’s often the case, it depends. What…Continue reading Is dairy good for you?
This asparagus and feta frittata is a quick breakfast you can make on the weekend and refrigerate to eat during the week. It’s a great way of consuming quality protein, calcium and vegetables in the morning. Of course, you can also pair it with a salad to have it for lunch or dinner. You can…Continue reading Recipe: Asparagus and feta frittata
Another sandwich recipe? Really? Yeah, we still got a lot of protein bread in the freezer. Peruvians took the French classics croque monsieur and croque madame and made the poor person’s versions mixto and mixto completo. These generally contain jamón inglés (regular leg ham) and Edam cheese. The completo (equivalent to the croque madame) has…Continue reading Recipe: Mixto completo (sort of)