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Years ago, you couldn’t pay me enough to eat chickpeas. I still feel this way about kidney beans but I’m currently smitten with chickpeas <3 If you are after a really easy dinner with tasty results to make your mouth sing; try this recipe.


Happy New Year to you all! May 2014 be your best year on this large gassy planet that is hurling it’s way through space Let’s start the year off with this triple decker pavlova that mated with a fruit shop.


Nope, not a typo. These cookies have chickpeas in them.

A WHOLE can of chickpeas.

They are incredibly moreish, and to be honest, I’d prefer a batch of these over normal cookies!


When it comes to all things breakfast/brunch, Shakshuka is the new black. Everyone is doing it, and you should totally follow suit.

Definitely a warming dish, full of flavour. Fun to eat on your own or share a big one with friends.


Why not mill some quinoa into flour and make cupcakes! It provides for a lovely toffee flavour.


Sometimes I only function in my own bubble; so when Nic from Dining with a Stud emailed me to inform me about The Great Australian Pavlova Blog Hop, I knew I was gonna take part due to the 4939259374234 free range eggs I’ve accumulated from a family friend’s chickens. BUT WHAT TO DO!?!? I sat

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I had most of a can left of coconut cream from making cha bo the other day and didn’t know what to do with it. So I found this recipe amongst my magazine tear outs and it seemed to have everything we had in the house. Hamsley and are are obsessed with fresh mangoes lately.

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If you are on a strict diet, look away…. I was luckily enough to be one of the lucky tweeters when the call for people to sample the new desserts from my favourite place in town went out. Along with other passionate foodies, we indulged in the lastest creations from super couple Bernard and Yen

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It’s been 1266 days since I first started this blog. Throughout that time, I’ve managed to squeeze out a humble 500 blog posts. This can either be considered woeful or impressive compared to others. For me, I don’t care; I’m just surprised I’ve lasted this long and still loving it. So instead of letting this

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Theme 11: Cup Cookbook Used: Modern Nonya Author: Sylvia Tan Mum brought home a small library of cookbooks recently from her trip to Malaysia. Instead of buying two of everything, she bought one each of a variety of books and we will share. They will be living at her place as I’m currently overflowing a

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SBS is my go-to channel when I’m watching cooking shows. I’ve been a long time fan of Maeve O’Meara and Food Safari, recently Adriano Zumbo’s show, Luke Ngyuen, and many others. So I was excited to apart of their first ever Food Journey Festival. It was a cultural festival, including food from all corners of

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I know we are well past Christmas, but suck it up and deal with it. This post has lots of food porn. My close friends from high school and myself started a tradition of having a Christmas party a few years ago. I’ve usually taken charge with the food with help from everyone, especially Miss

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This is hands down THE BEST cake I have ever made! I really wanted to make this because my friend Kiran is limited to what she can eat as she can only eat lactose free, wheat free, gluten free, things. This recipe was free from everything, except maybe the chocolate, but she didn’t have an

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