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Cooking styles and fashions change with the times, but while those dishes your parents and grandparents used to make might be off trend, they were usually tasty and often comforting.
One of my best food memories growing up has always been roasted potato. I would fill up on them every time and then get into trouble because I wouldn’t eat anything else. (In my defence, there were some terribly over-boiled Brussels sprouts on that plate!)
Both of my nannas would always cook a Sunday lamb roast — every week without fail. So did my mum. It was comforting, but it was also cooked in copious amounts of animal dripping! I still can’t live without a Sunday roast every month, but my roast is a little lighter on the fat and a lot lighter on the organs and hips! Most people don’t roast shanks but trust me, they’re delicious. And yes, I cooked these babies in an oven bag!
This bread and butter pudding recipe calls for skimmed milk or a plant-based milk to make it a healthy option. Use an unrefined sugar like coconut sugar to provide a natural sweetness. The pudding is best used with bread which is at least a day old so it keeps its integrity and doesn’t get too soggy.
This tasty Spanish dish is full of flavour and nutritional goodness. Olives are an excellent source of vitamin
E and healthy monounsaturated fats, which are beneficial for supporting heart health and lowering cholesterol levels.
This delicious, creamy pasta dish is a healthy twist on an old-time favourite. Cauliflower is a sulphur-containing super vegetable that enhances liver detoxification. Cauliflowers are also an excellent source of vitamins C, E and K, needed by the body to strengthen the immune system, promote healthy blood clotting, and to improve cardiovascular and bone health.