Let’s talk mushrooms. Summer mushrooms, with an easy to prepare dish you can whip up for one, or to please a crowd. I’m sure some of you have made new year’s resolutions to eat better, so let’s start with eating smart this Summer.
Or, as my Dad says it… “Mush room a noom a noooms!”
July marks Mushroom Mania month, and this year I’ve been selected to be one of the official bloggers to help show case some of the mushroom dishes around this fine country of ours.
This nearly turned into the $100 stroganoff.
Read on to find out why!
A mushroomy Asian dish I give a whirl from Donna Hay. I think there is room for improvement on this one!
January is a busy month; Chinese New Year, Australia Day, Blog’s Birthday & Hamsley’s Birthday (and my lovely friend Katie’s Birthday!!). So you will be getting a range of everything this month. I had this recipe in the ‘to try’ pile for a while now and finally decided it was time to give it a
This post is sponsored by Nuffnang. Ahhhhh rib eye! The first time my mum cooked rib eye steak I thought I was on an episode of the Flintstones! It’s not a cut I buy due to it’s size and price. But for a special occasion, I’d splash out and buy it. You could easily substitute the
Fennel. I had never used it, was a bit hesitant to use if after Dad would screw up his face every time he heard the word fennel (the same goes for polenta). I can’t remember if he likes licorice, but he probably doe sn’t since both licorice and fennel have an aniseed flavour. I cut
I made this for Chinese New Year eve and it went down a treat! Very simple to make and tastes delicious!!.. although I don’t recommend trying to buy a duck on Chinese New Year’s eve as everyone seems to have the same idea! 2tbsp olive oil 1 onion, finely chopped 2 garlic cloves, chopped 150g