Fresh, spring-like, zingy and crunchy. Sounds good to me.
Salty, squeaky, cheesy … and with roasted grapes. Woop!
Superb! Best prawns I’ve eaten in a long time.
Shortbread makes a great foodie gift wrapped in cellophane.
The work-horse of spices – earthy, warming, smelling of toasted nuts and roasted coffee beans. I have it on great authority that it is pronounced ‘come in’ (not q-min), though I usually forget that!
Ting-a-ling, Ta-Ta-Ta, Woop or Warble, all welcome to our monthly Song & Poetry Thing. Held the last Thursday of every month at Found Café Waiheke.
Go on – make a hole in the crumble and pour in a good swig of cream, or better still, add a decent-sized blob of vanilla ice cream.
Crunch and munch – Apple brown Betty is the perfect way to use leftover sandwich bread!
Italian way with fennel that goes with everything … and nothing (like, a bowl on its own with a crust of bread is pretty awesome!).
Golden, crunchy, crusty snitzels do it for me every time.
Getting a golden crunchy crust on snitzels is easy when you know how.
I wish it would stop raining.
Look for tangy apricots, not sweet ones, because it is that tang that gives this tart the X-factor.
A dedication to the town of Amatrice and her people.
Good old-fashioned cooking can’t be beat.
Get your groove on with this chicken mamma – it’s so amazing!
These are tasty, tart and hot, and deliciously coconutty. I can never decide whether I like them more with the coconut chilli dressing or the lime and chilli one, so I usually make both!
Nothing wrong with bubbling golden cheese as a topping!
Best balls & baked beauties – read all the bits and bobs about them!
Are you thinking what I’m thinking? YES!
When I grew up these little beauties were called tree tomatoes. Where does the name tamarillo come from?
Want to use less sugar in baking? Substitute maple syrup for sugar … just make sure you use the real thing.
Dip, dunk or smother … making tender juicy meatballs is easy with the tricks of the trade at your fingertips.
Little round things it seems appeal to the eye and are good in the mouth, morsels of food you can shove in without having to worry too much about chewing and swallowing. Little nuggets of flavour. Mmmm, they’re pretty damned good.
But who said you can’t eat potatoes after dark?