It is now officially soup weather in Melbourne, here’s a flavoursome twist on a traditional classic that’s bound to warm you up.
There is a little bit of work involved in this recipe, which makes it the perfect dish to cook on a cruisy, rainy weekend in Autumn.
I served this tasty gozleme as a pre-quel to our slow roasted lamb for Easter lunch. I must admit, I get a warm fuzzy feeling watching kids chow down on super greens like silverbeet, I can’t help but feel that I’ve kicked some serious parenting goals. Speaking of goals, I’m…
The recently opened Kaya Health Club in Prahran have challenged me to experience their Mind and Body Health Club – 21 times in 30 days. Those that know me, know that I’m a big pilates fan, so what’s great about this health club is that it specialises in authentic yoga and Group Reformer Pilates…
Spoil your mum with this ridiculously easy souffle. If you’ve never dared to make a souffle before, follow my step-by-step guide to yumminess. You’ll be shocked at just how easy it is. Happy Mother’s Day x
This is what I make when I’m low on supplies and in need of a healthy, low maintenance dinner. In this case I had a sweet potato, a couple of carrots, some beans and zucchini on hand, plus a few other pantry basics. A little can go a long way,…
Ain’t this just the perfect Autumn dessert? Do yourself a favour (if you’re Melbourne based) and get your hands on some Paterson’s puff available from Veg Out & Gasworks markets and Windsor Deli as the pastry makes this dessert.
Everyone one has their own way of cooking chicken and sweet corn soup. Mine is more about using fresh ingredients rather than bought chicken stock or creamed corn and not surprisingly, you can really taste the difference.
This is for the nights when you crave something hearty but healthy.
These are such pretty little cakes. If you don’t have bundt tins, you can make them in a 6 hole muffin tray they work just as well.