No more tomatoes definitely does not mean no more colour at the market. This week we have some lovely dishes that use earthy roots, vibrant brassicas and sweet squash.
Monthly Archives: November 2013
Although there are still a few remaining tomatoes and peppers at the market, it’s time to shift focus to great winter vegetables. This is the brassica’s moment to shine along with orchard fruit and squash.
Our last meal was a pickled herring with stamppot and was perfect for one of those gloomy late-fall days that is cold, grey and damp. This on the other hand is the food equivalent of leaf peeping colourfulness and dry crisp days with blue skies. It’s a warm salad of roasted Delicata squash, celeriac, turnips […]
Today’s weather has been what I imagine it’s always like in the Low Countries in November. Cold, grey and with an all-pervasive wetness that alternates between rain and snow. This is stay inside and warm your soul weather; make simple comfort food weather. A nice oily fish cooked in a sweet-sour liquor and some flavourful simple […]