Aloo Gobi is an Indian dish of sauteed potatoes, cauliflower and tomatoes. It is incredibly delicious, incredibly easy to make and requires few ingredients if you have a stocked pantry. A tasty go-to for me!Read More
This dahl is lean and mean, for less time cooking and more time doing other super important stuff like emails and vacuuming. It’s still healthy and full-flavoured, so there’s not a compromise in sight.
The core idea of the dish rests on red lentils, which cook much faster than other varieties. If you can cook well, this dish can go from the pantry to the plate in under 45 minutes.Read More
Pumpkin soup is an absolute favourite of almost everyone, including many who don’t eat pumpkin otherwise. This particular recipe is spicy, smooth and intense.
Gone is the bland pumpkin soup of yore. Roasting the pumpkin first and adding plenty of spices makes this a tasty aromatic meal. Mm.Read More
I smash one of these delicious smoothies back almost every day.
It can be hard in today’s life to squeeze in all of the fruit, leafy greens, and other various “superfoods” that you should be eating. The current trend is to throw all of these things in a cup and blend them to smithereens.
I tend to agree.Read More
It’s very easy, very simple, and very cheap to make your own hummus. It’s also very versatile – throw in a few extra ingredients and presto, fancy hummus!
This hummus has a beet and cumin thrown in, which gives it a brilliant scarlet colour and earthy spiciness.Read More
Dahl is such a delicious and warming treat to eat. This version is packed full of subtle flavours, backed up by the rich fullness of coconut cream.Read More
Purple porridge is a delicious, healthy and colourful way to start the day. Oats are wholesome, nutritious and low GI. They are also great at lowering cholesterol, improving blood sugar levels, and aiding weight-loss. To make it even more healthful, I add blueberries, spices, chia seeds and flaxseeds.Read More
I drive down Hillcrest every morning on the way to work, and I always see this particular view coming down the hill. I was finally early enough, and on a nice enough day, to get the shot.Read More
I had the pleasure of contributing to Oho Ake – Rise Up as photographer. See inside for photographic goodness.Read More
Photography is primarily about light – you need to control the light to create an exposure.
ISO, shutter speed, and aperture.Read More
Artist, graphic designer, or photographer? It’s difficult to decide what to list first when describing multi-talented young Whakatane man, James Stanbridge.Read More