Colours of winter
IT 'S AMAZING TO SEE VIBRANT, BRIGHT COLOURED AND FLAVOURED INGREDIENTS EMERGING AMONGST THE ROOTS AND BRASSICAS AT THE MARKET–A SUBTLE INDICATION OF A SHIFT IN THE SEASON. AS A CHEF AND SOMEONE WHO SEES THE BENEFIT OF FOLLOWING A HEARTY PLANT BASED DIET, I AM INSPIRED BY THESE ENERGIZING LATE-WINTER INGREDIENTS. BEAUTIFUL CITRUS OF ALL VARIETIES LiKE BLOOD AND CARA CARA ORANGES COMBINED WITH LEAFY GREENS, SPICED LEGUMES, AND NUT PROTEINS GIVE YOU EVERYTHING YOU’LL NEED TO CREATE BALANCED, NUTRITIOUS DISHES.
Elegant, sweet and comforting–squash are delicate winter veggies that, with a little creative cooking technique, can change your life.
It's all about texture and balancing warm spices with sharp bright elements like red onion, lemon and mustard. Toss in a few toasted walnuts for added Omega-3–those heart-loving fats.
Keep these complete protein gems at hand in a jar for snacking or sprinkling.
This stunner is best served in the biggest bowl you can find with a table full of friends. The roasted chickpeas give this salad a bit more substance – a perfectly filling side dish.
This is a real crowd pleaser and we love it because it reminds us of BBQs and patios. Quinoa lends a great textural element and keeps your veggie burger intact. Slather with avocado and honey horseradish mustard– delish!