Kale Chips! recipe

It’s February and the community gardens still have food in them, including Brassicas, the cabbage family plants. Kale, cabbage, and brussels sprouts are still green and seem to shrug off the snow and frosts and even keep growing (all be it slowly). So what tasty treats can we make with these? One of my favorites is Kale Chips. For Kale Chips, all you need are: some kale leaves- washed, the tRead More…

Scrumptious smörgåsbords

The last few weeks has seen a smörgåsbord of cooking classes taking place. Jeff came back to teach us that low-carbon food need not be laborious and prepared ‘fast food in the kitchen’. His recipes are undoubtedly tastier and better for you than more conventional forms of fast food: if you want to find out exactly what goes into your food we recommend Eric Schlosser’s Fast Food Nation or anyRead More…

101 Ways to Chop an Onion

Easily prepared and with remarkably few ingredients, on Friday afternoon Nami taught us that good Asian food need not be complicated. In fact, barring the fresh vegetables (which are readily available in St Andrews) most students probably have the remaining ingredients lurking at the back of their cupboards.  Nami’s recipes for Fiery Soy Stir Fry and Vegetarian Soup can be found here. ThRead More…