So I’ve dug out some pictures from months ago as I’ve been absolutely swamped at work this week. I don’t think I’ve ever been so stressed out as I have been, but luckily the week is almost over (at about 2pm on Saturday I can enjoy a reduced weekend). But enough complaining and more food!
For me, the only Indian food I would ever require is; a good butter chicken, perfectly cooked basmati rice and garlic naan. I guess I found this was so good, why bother trying anything else? I never thought any other dish lived up close to how good butter chicken was. However, Hamsley has recently voiced
I was sitting at work, pondering what Hamsley and I could have for dinner that didn’t involve too much effort as I was suffering from a mild case of the C.B.F.s (for those of you (Mum) that aren’t up with what the cool kids are saying; CBF stands for: can’t be f-ed!) Anyways, when I
Week 2 Theme: Indian Cookbook Used: 1000 Best Ever Recipes from AWW & Faking It Author: The Australian Women’s Weekly & Valli Little Week 2 into the cookbook challenge, and the theme was Indian. I found a dessert I wanted to make, kulfi, but during the week I also found a main course I had
It was the evening of Earth Hour and we have sort of made it a habit to go out for dinner with friends. We decided on somewhere fairly close to home, at a place Iron Chef Alana highly recommended. I called during the week to make a booking with no problems. I then called up