Edamame in garlic oil

There is something appealing about eating food with your hands, instinctual almost. Children will predominately choose their hands over cutlery and Vedic traditions suggest that we all partake at least sometimes, linking eating with our hands with also feeding our … Continue reading

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Potato, Leek and Cashew Veloute

Lorraine, the beautiful ex ballerina, petite and graceful whose skills in the kitchen shone through in the classics she made. It was Lorraine that introduced me to many classical french flavour combinations, to the pillowy soft wonders of fresh homemade … Continue reading

Pumpkin, caramelised onion, fennel and apple soup

I don’t often have a craving for soup, but when I do I indulge. There is no one factor that will set of my inner soup instinct yearning, I know that weather conditions can inspire some but for me it’s … Continue reading

Roasted Lamb breast with Moroccan Stuffing

I have always felt the deep desire to wander the earth. To not be bound to where I am, to see, smell and live many places and experience as much diversity as I possibly can. To be live a gypsy … Continue reading

Ricotta, Kale and Roast Pumpkin and Zucchini (GF) Lasagne

I love one pot meals. There’s more brain space, less washing up and an ease to serving. I love fancy, planned out, dish using, over technique-ed cooking too, but there is a hectic, chaotic moment in life when dinner time … Continue reading

Homemade Ricotta

10 minutes. Sometimes 10 minutes can feel like an hour, in other moments 10 minutes can feel like 1. For the most part time is subjective, only relative when we need it. Even knowing this 10 minute cooking sure does … Continue reading

Marinated Salmon and Quinoa Maki rolls w\ Thai Kombucha dipping sauce

I’m not sure when sushi became a convenience food, with little pop up shops dotted through shopping centers, continuous conveyer belts lined with miniaturised plates of all the differing manifestations of sushi, but I’m so glad they have. In an … Continue reading

Gluten free Sweet Potato Gnocchi, Greens, Roasted Pine nuts and a Poached Egg

The last few weeks have flown by for me, without a moment to spare, full of boxes and belongings and chaos as our house gets packed up and then unpacked at the other end. We finally made the step into … Continue reading

A Gluten Free Sweet Potato Gnocchi Recipe

This week in our kitchen we had sweet potatoes, so many sweet potatoes. So it was sweet potato mash with everything and these beauties, sweet potato gnocchi. Little golden gems of egg, gluten free flour and roasted sweet potatoes. Homemade … Continue reading

Roast Carrot, Potato and Quinoa side dish/salad

quinoa roast salad

I had the image of a well written post, with satisfying recipes for the end of this week, but alas time, energy and 2 little toddlers put an end to that vision. However, I do have a quick side dish/lunch … Continue reading