Nothing wrong with this for supper.
Bacon & eggs for dinner? Why not …get a glass of sav on the go, find a sunny spot and away you go.
Cook in the pan. Serve in the pan. Only one thing to wash. Mum – it could be good for you on Waiheke to save water!
It’s easy making your own labna balls – just strain yoghurt until thick, then flavour it with dukkah, spices, herbs or edible flower petals.
Great way to start the day: Purple Power!
Eat your colours for breakfast.
Croque madame makes no apologies for being extra rich, gooey and drippy, and for being lip-smackingly good, filling and ultra satisfying.
Sometimes the French get it just so right: bread, cheese, ham, all bundled together into the most glorious mouthful.
An omelette is a 2-minute meal, ready when you are. This one’s amazing – salty, tangy, savoury – and really hits the spot.
Soft pillows of creamy eggs atop tortillas with a handful of coriander & feta, dotted with chilli sauce, is a great way to say ‘Hello there morning!’
My kind of bread – mix it, bake it, eat it. No kneading, rising or faffing around with these babies.
Whether you call her mum, mom, mummy or mother, or some kind of cutsie name like ‘mushja’, it’s time for a case of the warm ‘muzzies’ this Sunday. By that I mean, it’ll be Mother’s Day in most parts of the world and time to spoil your mum. Take her a cup of tea in […]
For an over-the-top version, serve with bacon and tomatoes, and dust the hot egg with flakes of fresh parmesan. Bliss.
These are so cute you’ll be making doubles!
Light and fluffy, with a nice little tang from buttermilk – scrumptious fluffy pancakes.
Whoa! What a Mamma of a brunch: salt, crunch, carbs, smoke, mouth-feel and tang: Hot-smoked salmon, sorrel, poached eggs & pancetta socks it to them!
Plump and fluffy snowy white eggs with golden flowing yolks – here’s how to do it.
Here’s a tip – moisture makes mushrooms soften and rot, so if they are in plastic packaging transfer to a container lined with paper towels to keep them dry. Store refrigerated in the vegetable crisper.
You’ll be a right clever-clogs whipping up a batch of glistening tangy-sweet homemade jam
I can never work out whether celebrating the last day of the year is more fun than celebrating the first day of a new year – it generally depends on what ungodly hour my head hits the pillow after seeing in the new year. But once I’m up and pottering, tea and toast won’t cut it – I’m after the full monty combo of carbs, fat, salt and chilli. It’s the best way to clear the cobwebs I reckon.