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From the Editor
Earl Grey tea
Lettuce ( Lactuca sativus ) • Lettuce goes beautifully in salads, wraps and sandwiches, but not all lettuces are created equal
Olive oil reduces Alzheimer’s risk
Superfood soups • Soups are naturally warming and hearty, but add some superfood ingredients to them and they become nutritional powerpacks too. Making these healing foods into soups releases both their taste and full nutritional potential. Nourish and replenish yourself with our superfood soups including: creamy kale and sweet potato; lemony red lentil; creamy cauliflower; Ciorbă; pumpkin, red lentil, red capsicum and turmeric; sweet potato, carrot, chilli and turmeric; watercress, leek and coconut; and a selection of vegetable soups.
How to store rye bread
The roots of rye bread • Rustic rye bread is nourished with knowledge, tradition and time.
Is rye bread also wholegrain?
Cooking in batches • You know that there are going to be days of the week when you need a hearty meal but won’t have the energy to cook. Perhaps there will be days when you know you will be out but want to leave a nourishing meal for the family. You might also want to give your kids nutritional school lunches but know you won’t have much time to get them ready. This is where cooking food in large batches allows you to plan good meals even when you don’t have time to cook. Not every recipe lends itself to batch-style cooking, so here are some of our favourite batch-friendly dishes: pantry chickpea curry; creamy Mexican chicken; mushroom, pea and lentil pie mix; slow-cooked apple-cider vinegar and smoked paprika pork; pulled pork and apple sandwiches; farmhouse lasagne; and spinach, mushroom, chickpea and oat loaf.
The Bare Bird
Best brunches • Brunch is one of those delightful words that screams “relaxation”. Even if it’s just your regular weekend or day off, brunch happens when you don’t have to be up for breakfast and lunch doesn’t have to be squeezed in. Brunch combines sweet and savoury flavours in dishes that can be lingered over and savoured. Bring some of our tasty ideas to your brunch table including: bruschetta with pomegranates and bocconcini; open artichoke and radish French rolls; tofu and vegetable vegan quiche; ginger-spiced pancakes with glazed plums; zucchini fritters with dill and crème fraiche dressing; and rosemary, olive and cheddar loaf.
Meals in 20 minutes
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Recipes by Falcon Range Cookers
Cooking with Lavender • When we think of lavender it’s usually about its aroma, but in fact this plant also has a range of culinary uses in both sweet and savoury dishes. One of the wonderful things about lavender is that almost every part of the plant can be used. The lavender leaves and flowers can be used fresh, while the buds and stems can be used dried. Bring the unique flavour of lavender into your cooking with our recipes including: lavender scones; lavender and sea salt roasted potatoes; lavender honey-baked pears; lavender...