“When it comes to food, I’m inspired by the raw vibrancy of fresh produce and food markets, and that wonderful symphony of tastes, aromas, colours and sounds all teasing the senses at once. The tenderness of baby cos lettuce leaves, the perfume of peaches and mangoes in summer, the versatility of pumpkin and sweet potato, the aromatics of freshly picked herbs, and the colour and diversity of the market people and their food.” Liz Posmyk aka Bizzy Lizzy of Bizzy Lizzy’s Good Things
With a philosophy like this, saying ‘yes’ to a guest post opportunity from Liz was one of the quickest and easiest decisions I have made for awhile. Although she is much more ‘hands on’ with the growing ending of things than I, Liz and I share a very similar passion for fresh and seasonal food.
Lucky Liz has shared her love of good food through a newspaper column in her hometown of Canberra, as well as her own radio show. She has also worked at the sharp end as a fresh market centre manager too. But I know her best through her fantastic blog, bizzy lizzy’s good things. Here she shares articles about food producers, fellow cooks and recipes emphasising not only the best of Australian produce, but also handed-down recipes from her Magyar heritage (including all the tricky-to-pronouce titles!).
Liz asked me to chat about my connection with food and how I use it in my work, and share it on my blog. And of course you can’t do a guest post on a food blog without a recipe to go with it 😀 So, I have shared an easy and healthy twist on the vegetable tart. Although I have stupidly given away the secret ingredient in the title! Please go visit Liz to see the recipe and look around her lovely blog. And thank you Liz, for this tremendous platform to share my work with your many readers. Follow me Down Under!
36 thoughts on “Spring Vegetable and Hummus Pastries”
Beautiful post about you Kellie!
Thanks Susan 🙂 Is your book out yet???
this is so so soooo gorgeous! What a great way to get your veggies in!
So glad you like this idea 😀
Outstanding blog Kellie – both this one and the one on Bizzy Lizzy. You keep getting better and better (and you know I’m not biased in any way).
Aww, thank you Poppy. I wish I could give you a hug now. Damn ocean…
Dear Dad (David), thank you kindly… you must be very proud!
Dear Kellie, so delighted to showcase the work you do on Good Things, my friend across the miles. Thank you for the lovely post and also this great shout out! xox
It was an honour to be asked. I am so glad to feature on your wonderful site. Sending a massive hug your way 😀
Thank you xoxox
Just read the post! I live hummus but have never tried it in a pastry. It sure looks great!
And it’s so easy to do too! Kind of like a fancy open-faced sandwich
You have really gone global with this one – and it looks sooo appetising.
I am glad you like the look of it. Is it anything Mr B would ever eat? I wonder ?…
Gorgeous recipe and thanks for introducing me to Lizzy – local, fresh seasonal produce is at the heart of my cooking too.
You two ladies will get along famously. Very similar ethos and the lucky benefactors of incredible weather! Thanks also for leaving such a kind comment over at Liz’s. I rally appreciate it. See you at FBC! Not long now 😀
Sally and Kelly, thanks so much… so very kind, and so good to meet like minded people.
This. looks. AMAZING!!! If it tastes half as good as it looks, it will be a big hit! thank you!
Thanks so much Renee 😀 And I just visited your blog and was licking my lips reading about your butter passionfruit cake!
Glad you liked the recipe! It was pretty delish, but not very healthy! 😉
hello, i found your delicious recipe and colourful site thru bizzy lizzy! i can’t wait to explore the rest of your blog. if only it were spring here in hobart – this tart looks so fabulous with the bright tomatoes and zucchinis. i’m going to try it with winter root vegies (and save the reipce for summer!).
Oh do try it with winter veggies! Living in a cool place like Edinburgh means we have a longer winter produce season so I make this with kale, sweet potato & wild mushrooms too. Thanks so much for taking the time to leave such a kind comment. Much appreciated!
So many good things to find on Food to Glow… have fun and happy cooking!
Wow – this tart looks incredible. I’m off to get the recipe. I’m guessing I’ll be a frequent visitor to Lizzy’s blog.
Hi Kristi. You’ll love Liz’s blog and her down-to-earth recipes. Thanks for following me over to Good Things
Kristi, Kellie, thanks so much… welcome to Good Things xo
ohhhh looks delicious!!
Gorgeous – off to have a read! x
Hello Ren, please do drop by ; )
Looks delicious!!! Beautiful blog Kelli!
Thanks so much, for stopping by but also leaving your comment. I really like comments 😀
Kellie, these look amazing! I am craving one now. 🙁
thanks so much! I hope you try them some day.
I’ve bumped up my resolve for healthy living recently. Between this blog and 68anda6pack.com, my determination is higher than ever! Your recipes on here are inspiring and I particularly the several “hummus” recipes! I’ve always been such a huge fan and I can’t wait to get creative the way you have. Thank you!
I’m glad you think I am inspiring. That’s quite a nice thing to say. I’m not always creative though. When inspiration and energy are flagging I will sometimes just have a piece of almond butter toast and an apple!