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Polenta Parmesan Roast Potatoes

Is it too early to start thinking about the roast potatoes for Christmas Day lunch? If you are like me and the thought has already crossed your mind a few times since last Christmas, I think I have the best roast potato recipe and you can now wonder about what dessert to serve on Christmas Day (although I have you covered on that one too). The search is definitely over with these Polenta Parmesan Roast Potatoes with Rosemary Salt from Donna Hay…

  The inspiration for this fantastic Onion Tart comes from my friend Conrad, who regularly contributes wine suggestions for the blog. I do like getting inspiration from him. He is not afraid of flavour, interesting combinations or doing things just a little bit differently. This is also a man who always makes his own puff pastry so I am usually in awe of what he creates in his kitchen without even breaking a sweat. His inspiration for the tart comes…

The best soup I ever had was at Via’s in Greyton. It was unpretentious, delicious, made from broccoli picked that very morning and served in a small cup as an appetiser. When the chef came out during the meal we commented on how good the soup was and her response was that it’s because it was made with love. It remains one of my favourite food memories and words I always remember when I cook. I love soup as a…

Growing up there were 3 things I looked forward to when there was a braai (barbecue): garlic bread, potato salad and my mom’s “heerlike poeding” (literally translated as delicious pudding) which has to be as South African as a braai. The best bit was a sneaky Sunday morning breakfast of cold garlic bread topped with potato salad followed by a heaped spoon of poeding scooped out of the fridge before my mom noticed. She always made garlic bread with some added…

We were talking the other day about how bad french fries are for you and these are by no means a replacement but they are certainly delicious. They are a good option when I want a side dish with more texture and bite than plain cooked polenta or mashed potato. Their crunchy exterior and tasty parmesan interior is great side to a stew/bolognaise and they are perfect for dipping into the thick gravy or tomato sauce. Best eaten straight out…

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