Kangaroo & Kimchi Ssam

August 4, 2016

Kangaroo is one of the most healthy and sustainable meats we can choose to eat living in Australia. Don’t be scared of cooking or eating kangaroo; if you can cook a steak, you can cook […]

Italian Panforte

July 22, 2016

Panforte (‘strong bread’ in Italian) is a rich, dense fruitcake made with honey, nuts and spices. Traditionally served at Christmas, it is eaten after dinner with coffee or vin santo. I figure it’s basically muesli […]

Rice, feta and zucchini pie

July 7, 2016

I often make this pie (or a version of it) to turn leftover rice into a delicious and thrifty meal. It’s perfect for using up the dregs from a dinner party too: lovely additions include […]

Orange, Date and Cinnamon Slice

June 27, 2016

Quite often I go searching for a recipe for something a little sweet, but not too unhealthy. Most recipes seem to fall into one of two camps: those which consist of butter, white flour and […]

Urbánh Mi

June 9, 2016

Marrickville is a paradise for foodies, especially those like me whose tastes have a distinctly Oriental tendency. Street windows tell tantalising tales of crisp roast ducks and sticky, glossy char sui pork, and reveal diners […]

Cherry Bombs

May 26, 2016

The Internet is choc-a-block full of recipes for ‘balls’. Bliss balls, energy balls, protein balls – whatever you call them, they are undeniably fashionable right now. Many of the recipes I’ve tried are a tad […]

Butternut ravioli with orange and miso butter

May 12, 2016

Pumpkin and miso. It’s not a common combination; some may even call it weird. But what some call weird, I call beautiful. In this dish the sweet butternut pumpkin is perfectly complemented by the salty, […]

Dark chocolate and olive oil spread

April 29, 2016

Much of the world’s cocoa is produced using child labour and slavery. Unsurprisingly it’s a fact that many of us would rather not think about. This Mother’s Day make sure you don’t give your mum […]

Cheese, Rosemary & Poppy Seed Biscuits

April 15, 2016

Rosemary has a special significance for Australians. We know it as a symbol of remembrance – its use has even been shown to boost memory – and it also grows wild on the Gallipoli Peninsula. […]

Easy Seedy Bread

March 31, 2016

This is not a traditional bread. Adapted from a “paleo-esque” recipe by my good friend Sally at SassyBites, it has no yeast, no wheat flour, and it’s definitely not soft and fluffy inside. However, it’s […]

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