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Warm roast carrot, olive, and feta salad

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This bad boy is pretty simple, but I really like the flavours. The only real trick is to make sure that the pan is oiled and placed into the oven to heat before vegetables are added, to make sure they become crisp.

And when people tell me they don’t like olives, I feel like this, so don’t sass me Kelsie. Its 115 am. Read the rest of this entry »

I’ve been featured in a blog!

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Well, a friend’s blog.

But a funny one, nonetheless. She is perfect, and too hilarious. This is the pie that she’s referring to – and you can check her out here:

http://friendssaythedarndestfilth.wordpress.com/2013/05/19/on-not-being-invited-to-dinner/

Parmesan Spinach, Broccoli and Olive Pie

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Parmesan Spinach, Broccoli and Olive Pie

This is dedicated to my friend, who I will call ‘Schmalice’. She came up with the blog name, and also prompted me to make this recipe.

The problem with vegetarians are (nothing! I have no problems with vegetarians!) that they often have funny dietary requirements while also wearing leather shoes. Such hypocrisy is not found in my darling Schmal.

She knows that cheese contains rennet lots of the time (booo) and so, when we have a crisis-dinner-sesh I have to make sure that she is well catered for.

Enter, I kid you not, the vegetarian, run of the mill, no need to be refridgerated Shaker Cheese. The disgusting not-in-the-cheese aisle stuff. Doesn’t contain the nasty meatstuff (check the label, but I haven’t found any rennet in my local shops). The ricotta I use is also veg, but you’ll have to check the ingredients because its a gamble with the delicious soft cheeses. This pie also is delicious, and I ate at least 75% of the tray (a measley quarter with Schmalice and a half after she left) and didn’t save any for the working late boyf. Read the rest of this entry »