Freshly foraged mushrooms from out in The Otways, and turned into a delicious pasta back in the kitchen.
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A very tasty pie recipe, but that’s not hard when bacon is involved!
I had been reading a few blog posts lately on people dining at Mart 130. It looked like a cute place to dine at, and the dishes people were eating looked fantastic. After reading Agnes’ post and seeing the corn fritters for the 50th time, and after much talk that it had won breakfast of
“We think that if our new menu was any more gourmet, you’d have to order it in a French accent” – Crust Pizza Crust Pizza knows it doesn’t have a chance at winning a Michelin Star, but it didn’t stop them from writing a letter as part of their clever marketing campaign for the launch
Bet you’re thinking I’ve gone and put the wrong picture on this post… I’m meant to be blabbing on about pecans and here is a picture of a burger with wedges…. right? I’ll be honest, pecans never used to be a nut I was interested in. I was a pistachio, peanut, cashew kinda gal. But
I saw the recipe for this on one of Nigella’s shows, where she uses a whole bottle of Riesling. Hamsley loves coq au vin, and will often request it from time to time; but this seemed like a much quicker and easier alternative. I cooked it on the Sunday and reheated it on the Monday
Week 19 Theme: Rice Cookbook Used: 5 Nights A Week Author: Valli Little So last week was just absolutely bonkers, I didn’t end up having time to do the cookbook challenge. So this week I’m making up for it. I had a quick flick through some cookbooks on Monday night, and came across the
To answer your question; yes, it does taste as good as it looks…. perhaps even better! Lately on a Sunday, I’ve been waking up not wanting the usual toast, cereal or hot cross bun. Sunday breakfast is meant to be special, a day when you wake up and not worry about your calorie intake. So
This week for mid week cooking, Donna Hay came off the book shelf again. I tried her recipe for chicken and bacon pies. What caught my eye was the homemade potato crisps that replace the traditional pastry top. The only problem I encountered was that I could have used a bit more chicken. Unlike last
Mid-week cooking was back this week! My parents arrived safely back into the country on the weekend with mountains of Swiss chocolate for me to eat! I also got a new camera but I’m still working out all the kinks, so hopefully my photos on here will be a bit better soon. So, yet again