Lizzy Lockhart

Lizzy Lockhart

Auckland, New Zealand / Auckland animal lover and trainee teacher with a love for food.
Lizzy Lockhart
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Spicy Peanut Tofu Stir Fry - Loaded with flavor and it's vegetarian/vegan/gluten free friendly! #glutenfree #stirfry #tofustirfry #veggiestirfry | Littlespicejar.com

Spicy Peanut Tofu Stir Fry - Loaded with flavor and it's vegetarian/vegan/gluten free friendly! #glutenfree #stirfry #tofustirfry #veggiestirfry | Littlespicejar.com

Chickpea Dumplings in Curry Tomato Sauce - a perfect vegetarian one pot dish; protein-rich chickpea dumplings are cooked directly in rich curry tomato sauce; to veganize, use non-dairy yogurt

Chickpea Dumplings in Curry Tomato Sauce - a perfect vegetarian one pot dish; protein-rich chickpea dumplings are cooked directly in rich curry tomato sauce; to veganize, use non-dairy yogurt

When teaching your students to vary their sentence beginnings, use this list of 8 different ways to begin sentences. Give students a copy to keep in their Writing folders for reference!   Writer's Workshop, Sentence Fluency, Sentence Beginnings, Six Traits, 6 Traits

When teaching your students to vary their sentence beginnings, use this list of 8 different ways to begin sentences. Give students a copy to keep in their Writing folders for reference! Writer's Workshop, Sentence Fluency, Sentence Beginnings, Six Traits, 6 Traits

The seconds had stretched into minutes, minutes into hours, hours into days, days into weeks.who knew how long I had been here For? Fatigue pulled at my limbs, tempting me to a sleep that I knew I would never wake from.

“Story Starter” “It was dark. Not pitch black, but some greenish darkness that barely allowed shapes to form. All I could smell was the tang of seaweed, all I could hear the breaking of waves.

This vegan sticky sesame cauliflower is batter dipped and baked (instead of fried!) before being drenched in a sweet and spicy sesame sauce and served over a bed of rice.

This vegan sticky sesame cauliflower is batter dipped and baked (instead of fried!) before being drenched in a sweet and spicy sesame sauce and served over a bed of rice.