This recipe is good for the day or two after you cook up asparagus, because it makes a delicious soup out of what we normally cast away — the woody ends and trimmings that we normally break off and toss in the compost bin.
A rich, luscious but easy way to serve leeks.
A sophisticated but really easy vegetable side dish. If you end up liking it, you’ll have it easily committed to memory in no time flat.
How many this recipe serves depends on how many leeks you have or buy, which will of course depend on how many you are planning on feeding.
This recipe apparently has its origins in 18th century Edinburgh, Scotland — where the unlucky rooster that lost a cock fight would be tossed into a pot and fed up to the spectators.
Really tasty mash, worth the little bit extra effort.
This is an all in one dish. You can serve it in a bowl.
This recipe is a bit more futzing, but as meatless terrine recipes aren’t all that common, it is good to have such a recipe on hand.
A wonderful fall soup.
Smoky bacon is really, really nice with this. You can also use ham.
A really easy but great baked sausage dish. Frees you up from having to futz over them in a frying pan.
An inexpensive but great tasting salmon quiche.
This is very tasty with the leeks, but you can use sliced onions instead if you have onions to hand.
While these are kinda more Tex-Mex than Mexican, we’re listing them as Mexican as they are great with Mexican food. This is a great chance to use some buttermilk in a recipe, as it calls for enough to make it worth buying.
A gorgeous, full-flavoured soup.
A good vegetable soup with complexity of flavour.
A rich, yummy side-dish.