Grilled Peach and Halloumi Salad on Rye toast

This post is for my magical friend Kate. Who like me, cannot help but cry a little when halloumi is near us. It’s Our favourite cheese, which is not surprising seeing as how damn fiiineee it is. Kate and I went to Neirnville park for a cute Valentines Day evening picnic this year and made … Continue reading

Egg drop sesame noodle soup

Its the last moth of summer, sunshine all around, warm breezes in the afternoon and picnics on the top of long field hills…. Well. That is not the case in my house. The only happy, summer filled ones are the dogs! Its rather difficult to enjoy the last month of summer, let alone get out … Continue reading

A damn fine cherry pie.

Mmmmmmmmmm cherry pie. With a cup of coffee. Heaven. Cherries have just come into season here in New Zealand and I just could not help but try out making a cherry pie such as the famous cherry pies from the 90’s TV series Twin peaks. One of my favorite shows of all time. I made … Continue reading

Nut & Seed Butter

  Not much is better than a good jar of peanut butter, yet for me, homemade seed and nut butters knock peanut butter of the table. So many options on what kind of nut to choose from, all the different nutrition values that span across different types, and oh the flavour for each one is … Continue reading

Roast Veggies barley salad + horseradish avocado yoghurt dressing

Beetroot is stunning. Its rich colour and sweet taste blows me away, roasted, raw or pickled. Carrots also are beautiful, my mother said that in the picture above the carrots look as if they had captured the sunlight inside them, almost glowing. Nothing can really beat a pile of overflowing pile of golden, caramelised, sweet … Continue reading

Pumpkin Pumpkin Squash

It has been 50 days since I clicked ‘Get Started’ on word press to start this blog. Honestly I am happily surprised that people have found at looked at the Yoghurt Pot! I thought I would simply float amongst the endless mass of the internet… I started my blog because I wished to feed me … Continue reading