I’ve been lucky enough to be doing some work with Aussie Farmers Direct over the last month, and I’m so happy I can finally share what has been cranking out of my kitchen! Aussie Farmers Direct started eight years ago with one van, 100 litres of milk, and a local neighbourhood of customers that loved they did.
One of my favourite memories of work, was taking this tart in after we had a Mexican feast. This tart packs an alcoholic punch! Needless to say, we were pretty jolly for the rest of the day!!
I join a restaurant safari to see what you can expect at this year Taste of Melbourne.
A tasty combination of zingy flavours, and coupled with my awesome Mexican corn, this dish is bound to be a pleaser, even to the coriander haters!
Leave the yellow boxes at the supermarket! Once you try these, you won’t need the help of Mexican flavours that come in the yellow box. Like Like can lead to Love… Also Recommended Grounded Pleasures Chai Poached Pear Loaf Kitchen Reno – Chapter One Banana Chocolate Cake Chiffon Cake with Olive Oils from Spain Chai
I dunno about you, but lately all I want to eat is food packed full of zest and chilli. I currently do not care for big bowls of comforting pasta, or heavy stews; I want spice, and lots of it! I’ve been adding Sriracha chilli sauce to things that don’t even require it, just so
It’s that time of year again folks. The time where you look for recipes that won’t add more to your spare tyre situation you accumulated during the winter time. This recipe is the recipe for you! Easy to make, will please just about anyone, and it’s damn, damn delicious! Mez from Blithely Unaware had been
I was a bad citizen of the world this year, and totally forgot when Cinco De Mayo was. Last year was the first year I found out about it, and demanded we celebrate with tacos; even if they were the very non-Mexican Old El Paso crunchy vareity. Had I have remembered, I would have made
At the last cooking the books feast, I suggested a Nigella Lawson book, after we decided we didn’t want to do Bourke Street Bakery. Agnes flicked through a few of Nigella’s books that were in Cherrie’s collection, and we decided on her latest book, Kitchen. ALTHOUGH…. as I began to do this post, I noticed
I jumped on the International Incident Party bandwagon again, started off by Jeroxie, Anh from A Food Lover’s Journey and Cherrie of Sweet Cherrie Pie. This month’s co-hosts were Trix, Natasha, honey and soy! I took the opportunity to try a recipe I’ve been waiting to try for a while now. I had grand plans
We just had these for dinner tonight. A relatively easy after work meal to whip up, and a damn tasty one at that. However it was one of those recipes that when I came to type up I realised I left some ingredients out. It didn’t matter cos they were so good anyways. I’ve popped
Week 24 Theme: Chocolate Cookbook Used: Faking It Author: Valli Little For chocolate week, I could have just done a chocolate cake, souffle, mousse… anything sweet really. But I decided I’d go for something different again and do a savory dish. Teaming chocolate with chicken is definitely something I would not have thought to do,
I’ve been craving Mexican food a lot lately. I’m not sure why, but it’s always such great comfort food. And since someone smashed into the side of my car just the other day, I was in need a good dose of comfort food. I found this recipe and it looked like a Mexican lasagne. It