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

Lime and Cinnamon Muesli Bars (nut free)

Sometimes you have to give in. Delve into desire, indulge and listen to that little voice asking for something more. That is the premise of this recipe, created for a little sweet voice of a babe, asking to be just … 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

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The new anzac Biscuit in town

Three batches. That’s how many times I have made these biscuits in the last 5 days. They seemed to disappear secretly behind my back. It’s the reason they have ended up on here. I wasn’t going to add them but … Continue reading

Raw Cacao (cocoa) Tahini Truffles, Food Revolution Day and some Flavoured Water…….

Today is Food Revolution Day. Founded by non other than Mr. Jamie Oliver, supported by his many and impressive friends, contacts and colleagues. The aim of this Food Revolution is to promote good food, good food choices and essential cookery … Continue reading

A Deconstructed Lemon Meringue Pie

I love a deconstructed dessert. They save time and hassle, but often present amazingly. In a glass, on a plate or in a jar, it doesn’t seem to matter, they just look pretty. A few herb blossoms picked from an … Continue reading

Lest We Forget….. And some Quinoa and Ginger Anzac Biscuits

The story of the Anzac biscuit is a romantic one. Worried for their husbands, sons and boyfriends, women all over Australia took action in the only way they could, they began to bake. There were rations, there were time constraints … 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