Sarah Graham's Food Safari
From popsicles and paletas to icy poles and ice-creams, chill out with these milky treats and dairy-free delights.
A root vegetable, cassava is used a bit like a potato and also turned into a versatile flour. The leaves, too, are used in various dishes.
Build a better burger with a full-of-flavour relish, sauce or savoury jam.
The perfect summer twists on coffee (and a delicious chilled no-caffeine chai alternative, too!)
This frypan favourite comes in many guises, from a classic meat patty to fancy fish cakes.
Give your morning porridge a deluxe upgrade with this sorghum version with its mild, earthy flavour that pairs wonderfully with the sticky banana and granola.
A chewy breakfast bar that's easy to grab on the go or to enjoy slowly on a lazy morning with a cup of coffee.
Pudding for breakfast, you ask? Layers of creamy natural yoghurt, spiced apples and a fragrant nut sprinkle make for a delicious morning delight.
Here's how to make watermelon even more refreshing: pop it on a stick, freeze it and drizzle over some chocolate sauce and pistachio. Simple yet sensational.
A frosted chai latte is the ultimate refreshment on a hot day, with spices and sweet maple syrup. As a bonus, you can make your own cashew milk (which is very easy)!
This fruity cake is made with coconut and cashew flours for a beautifully moist and dense cake, topped with sticky pineapple and nectarine.
Matapa is a popular Mozambican stew in which fresh crab is slowly simmered in a peanut and coconut sauce. Tropical and very tasty.
This single-step sorbet is a breeze to whip up and can be eaten immediately, making it the perfect last-minute dessert.
Upgrade the Italian classic by swirling your glass with melted chocolate then adding a nutty twist with chopped pistachio.