rosemary, sesame & linseed crackers

2020-01-12T04:00:46+00:00

  There's no lengthy story behind this one. As my body is much happier if I limit grains, I often use almond meal or coconut flour in place of wheat flour. This recipe has been adapted from a version on [...]

rosemary, sesame & linseed crackers2020-01-12T04:00:46+00:00

garlic chilli sardines with pinenuts, capers & cranberries

2020-01-12T04:02:52+00:00

  Sardines are a controversial food divider. Generally people either really love them, or really don't. I'm not 100% sure but I suspect there might be some correlation to those who have fed a cat before, and those who perhaps [...]

garlic chilli sardines with pinenuts, capers & cranberries2020-01-12T04:02:52+00:00

seedy, nutty ‘no-knead’ bread

2020-01-12T04:06:09+00:00

  The 'easy' food that I miss the most since dodging the gluten and grains is bread. I once heard someone say that there’s no food they can think of that isn't improved when served between 2 slices of bread; and I [...]

seedy, nutty ‘no-knead’ bread2020-01-12T04:06:09+00:00

quinoa fried ‘rice’

2020-01-12T04:04:56+00:00

  Just as you might use left-over rice, this is a tasty, quick and healthy way to use up left-over quinoa. Absolutely no need to be precise with these ingredients / quantities - like fried rice you can throw in [...]

quinoa fried ‘rice’2020-01-12T04:04:56+00:00

spicy zesty kale chips

2020-01-12T04:07:28+00:00

  As an easily distracted person, I usually have many 'in-progress' things on the go which take ages to get finished because other things keep catching my attention. A few weeks ago I moved from Sydney to Melbourne, and I [...]

spicy zesty kale chips2020-01-12T04:07:28+00:00

ANZAC ‘Remembrance’ cookies

2020-01-12T04:08:57+00:00

  When I was a little girl and up until late in high school, each ANZAC Day the family would all get up early and Mum would pin a piece of fresh rosemary to our collars - for remembrance*. We'd [...]

ANZAC ‘Remembrance’ cookies2020-01-12T04:08:57+00:00

slow oven-roasted cherry tomatoes

2020-01-12T04:09:53+00:00

  When it comes to food, I'm pretty easily impressed. I'm especially fascinated by how flavours can evolve dramatically over time with only a little effort. A perfect example is what happens when you leave tomatoes, garlic and a little [...]

slow oven-roasted cherry tomatoes2020-01-12T04:09:53+00:00

salsa verde (green sauce)

2020-01-12T04:11:25+00:00

  Flavour-wise, salsa verde is like pesto on steroids. A classic, rustic, Italian sauce usually served cold, I find it's usually pretty interchangeable with pesto, and often a preferable 'lighter' alternative as it's dairy free (i.e. no parmesan). Like pesto, [...]

salsa verde (green sauce)2020-01-12T04:11:25+00:00

toasted coconut & kale with scrammy eggs

2020-01-12T04:14:41+00:00

  To give credit where credit's due, this recipe was inspired by the boys from Bondi on an early episode of the 2013 My Kitchen Rules TV series, who have since climbed great heights in Australia's paleo world. They had planned to serve [...]

toasted coconut & kale with scrammy eggs2020-01-12T04:14:41+00:00

honey & cinnamon hot cross buns with cranberries & dark chocolate

2020-04-09T01:42:07+00:00

    In the past, for me, hot cross buns always fell into the same sad category as fruit cake, marmalade and the dreaded 'mince pies' - collectively rejected due to one little overpowering ingredient which, in my opinion, once removed, belongs [...]

honey & cinnamon hot cross buns with cranberries & dark chocolate2020-04-09T01:42:07+00:00
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