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Have you heard of cauliflower crust pizza? I’m sure you have! They get quite popular on blogs and social media networks every now and then. And I’m so glad for it, as it’s such a great way of swapping a … Read more…


Every day is a good day for a romantic dinner. I can always find a reason for one. I made this one first time some time ago, when without a known reason there was a bottle of Prosecco waiting for … Read more…


The man and I love weekend dinners in a mezze style, with a few different dishes to try. It transforms a simple dinner into a feast, where we celebrate the long conversations over the dinner, enjoying time spent together. The … Read more…


I found inspiration for this recipe in a beautifully illustrated book by Celia Brooks ‘Low Carb & Gluten-Free Vegetarian’. I like referring to it for healthy no-fuss recipes, whether it’s for a special occasion or just a simple ‘something’ without … Read more…


Can you make a special dinner for that special one and still keep to the diet? You bet! I admit first few weeks or maybe even a couple of months on the diet were rather tricky, as it required a … Read more…


Yes, it’s been a while. Three months of a break from blogging. Taken consciously but not lightly. Yep, previous post was in the middle of summer, during our summer holiday, on my birthday. There are two points in the year … Read more…


I like savoury tarts. Well, to be more exact, I like both sweet and savoury tarts, but today let’s focus on the savoury ones. There have been a few of them on the blog already, like the ricotta tart with … Read more…


I have rediscovered ratatouille! I have always loved the this melting pot of Provençal vegetables like aubergines, courgettes, peppers, tomatoes coming together to give a simple, homely yet toothsome result of ratatouille. I liked the simplicity of this one-pot dish: … Read more…


Here’s a falafel recipe with a twist. As I’m still trying to steer away from various grains and pulses and at the same time experimenting constantly with gluten-free grains such as quinoa, millet and buckwheat, recently I’ve decided to make … Read more…


One recipe I didn’t manage to make during a recent visit to my parents, simply as there wasn’t enough days to fit it in, were millet stuffed courgettes. I did try it in advance with quinoa, which you could also … Read more…