Seasonal Cooking | Late Spring


Winter is slow in coming this year. That’s a good thing, as I am not a lover of cold weather. However, we do need rain, and although there is some there is not yet enough to be filling our dams and water catchments.

The weather is beautiful. Autumn in Adelaide is the best time of year and probably the best Autumn weather in all of Australia.

But in much of the rest of the world, people are awaiting the first warm weather, the thawing of the ice and the first shoots of a Spring garden to appear. The awakening of life, as here we head into the hibernation of life.

Just as a reminder that it once was Spring here too, here is your inspiration from the kitchens of A Life (Time) of Cooking, last Spring.

Cooking in May – Northern Hemisphere Style

Beans Galore Baked Apples Crimson Beetroot and Berlotti Bean Fry Chickpea Chat

Hummus Dried Capsicums More on the Making of Teas Chickpea in all its glory

Cucumber Salad Simple Tomato Salad - YUM Simple is Best Dukkah

  • Simple approachesA reflection on Elizabeth David, French food and simplicity in cooking.
  • Zahtar and Dukkahthat amazing middle eastern spice mix that can be used in 108 ways.



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Heat in the Kitchen, Cooking with Spirit. Temple junkie, temple builder, temple cleaner. Lover of life, people, cultures, travel. Champion of growth, change and awareness. Taker of photos. Passionate about family. Happy.
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5 Responses to Seasonal Cooking | Late Spring

  1. Srivalli says:

    lovely links!

    Thanks, Srivalli.


  2. Lakshmi says:

    Flower looks too good.

    Glad you like it Lakshmi


  3. Madhuram says:

    Very informative links.

    Thank you, Madhuram, I appreciate it.


  4. Aparna says:

    Its hard to believe that winter’s just ending in some parts of the world,isn’t it?
    ‘Cos out here its so hot, I’m melting!! Can’t wait for the monsoons to arrive in another 2 weeks or so. :D

    Imagine it being spring! Hope the monsoons are on time for you this year.


  5. Andreea says:

    a whole list of beautiful links – thank you
    i would love to know more about the dukkah recipe if possible. sounds very intriguing :)

    Hi Andreea, thanks for dropping in. The dukkah is lovely – just click on the link in the post and it will take you there.


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