Oh so cute! And, surprisingly tasty to eat! Pour the bubbly and enjoy.
Archives for September 2016
It pays to remember that spring rain – seemingly so annoying when a few large drops turn into a sudden downpour – drives into the soil and helps keep the ground moist while spring crops get underway. Even in a home garden, it saves you having to get out there with the hose and water […]
Mmmm. If you love eggs, and you love asparagus, it’s time to dunk!
Just waiting for those big mounds of asparagus to appear in shops, then you know it’s fresh, plentiful and cheap!
Oh so pretty, oh so simple, oh so perfect for right now!
Summer’s coming … close your eyes, sniff this bowl of gorgeous fruit and you are there!
2016 is the International Year of Pulses, and for good reason. Pulses have sustained human life over the centuries, providing much needed protein, but there’s more to them than that. Growing pulses is now a much more sustainable way of feeding the world. Pulses enhance soil fertility and reduce dependency on chemical fertilisers for a start, while improving […]
Sunday afternoon laid-back salad. Yee-haw!
Sweeten your day the good way!
Three of the best – Ilaria’s Bunnuce Burgers still rating high!
Get savvy, save dollars and feed your family well!
Eat, drink and enjoy La Dolce Vita this Sunday at Festival Italiano 16.
Ding Dong, winter’s dead!
Yeah, go on, put it all together – avocado crema, pulled pork, mango salad with dirty chipotle dressing and a good dollop of adobo! Stick it in a bun or roll it in a soft puffy tortilla. It’s mighty fine either way. Get the recipes here and assemble your own creations: Black Bean & Orange […]
Stuff it into tacos, dollop with hot stuff and away you go.
All your favourites in one mouthful!
Pale and creamy, perfect for dolloping, dipping or squiggling!
Gently massage a shoulder of pork with spices and slow cook until it falls off the bone … there’s nothing better to do on a Sunday afternoon.
Bright sharp flavours are always welcome with rich and multi-layered food.
Squish and tasty, refried beans are a perfect landing base for tasty tid-bits on tortillas or in tacos.
Would you look at those medals!
Orange, green, yellow, black, white and brown, pulses come in many colours and shapes.
I make these in a slow cooker, but you could cook them slowly in a deep heavy-based casserole. Oh, and these are exquisite by the way.
Mmm salt and oil, eggplants and mint.
Succulent chicken drumsticks, served while they’re barely warm, imbued with spices and kaffir lime leaves … yeah, go on, pick one up!
We’re all bloody food experts if you ask me!