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The Sunday Project - Turmeric Chicken Broth And Autumn Mornings
The Sunday Project - Turmeric Chicken Broth And Autumn Mornings

6 months and counting. I haven't worked in the weekend. Instead, I have reclaimed Saturdays and Sundays. I even have a sweatshirt that says Saturdays Sundays and it has become my weekend uniform (I'll post a picture next time!). Since quitting work in the weekends, I...

Savoury Granola
Savoury Granola

When I was in primary school which was over 30 years ago, times were simpler. In India where I grew up, packaged food was non existent. Sliced bread had created much excitement amongst the community but besides that there wasn't a lot available in terms of cereal and...

Homemade Harissa
Homemade Harissa

More or less every cuisine in the world has contributed to the hot sauce movement. And Harissa is North Africa's delicious offering to the world of spicy, flavour packed food. A traditional red harissa is a hot chilli pepper paste very popular along North Africa's...

Vegan Basil Pesto With Miso
Vegan Basil Pesto With Miso

Let's talk about why I decided to share a vegan basil pesto recipe when I already have a few basil pesto recipes on the blog that are dead simple and house favourites including one for Thai pesto (yum!). Dairy has never been a good friend of mine. I love it. I mean, I...

Pistachio Matcha Snack Balls
Pistachio Matcha Snack Balls

  There can never be too much a of a good thing. Like a daily good habit or a beautiful song on repeat. Like a weekly family ritual that never grows old, like a trusty old recipe that uplifts your soul. It is knowing these good things and collecting them as you...

Coffee Gingerbread Granola
Coffee Gingerbread Granola

One of the things I love about living in Australia is the fact that we celebrate Christmas in July like our friends in New Zealand and South Africa. July is the middle of winter and the coldest month of the year because we all know that seasons are opposite in the...

Passionfruit Cordial And Weekend Reading List
Passionfruit Cordial And Weekend Reading List

I am amazed that we still have a steady trickle of plump passion fruit at the markets. I am also amazed that we are still wearing skirts and tank tops when autumn has almost gone. Maybe the two are related. Maybe it was the wrong year to buy a very chic, very warm...

Easy 30 Minute Kimchi And Vegan Fish Sauce
Easy 30 Minute Kimchi And Vegan Fish Sauce

If you thought making a batch of kimchi at home was hard and time-consuming, think again! With my 30-minute recipe (and the additional fermenting time of course!) for making authentic kimchi that tastes just like the real thing AND is also vegan, you will be making a...

Grilled Buttered Corn And Barbecue Spice Rubs
Grilled Buttered Corn And Barbecue Spice Rubs

The augment of autumn often translates to camping season here in Australia. There is something about a slight chill in the air and the leaves falling that makes us want to jump into a car crammed with our life possessions, tow bar burgeoning under the weight of...

Rhubarb Strawberry Balsamic Jam
Rhubarb Strawberry Balsamic Jam

A ruby red jam made by slow roasting rhubarb and strawberries with a dash of balsamic and vanilla in a heavy cast iron pan on the cooktop is ready in just under an hour and is delightfully tart and sweet. Makes an ideal Christmas present. I am a jam fiend. My mum made...

Roasted Red Capsicum Hummus
Roasted Red Capsicum Hummus

  I have been testing and developing recipes for clients over an extensive two month period. It is wonderfully creative, often a challenge and always very satisfying. But it also makes me ache for simpler days where I cook something off the top of my head or draw...

Coffee Nut Milk
Coffee Nut Milk

  My mum always replied with "The person who cooks can't really eat much!" when we admonished her for not digging in with gusto,   a delicious meal she had toiled over. As a child, I never understood that. Even less when I was in my teens and my...