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Avocado And Lime Ice Cream, Prop Problems And Feeling Lost
Avocado And Lime Ice Cream, Prop Problems And Feeling Lost

  Before I share my recipe for this gorgeous Avocado Ice Cream, let me tell you that a lot has happened since the last two times I did a little catch-up on the blog. Today, I thought I'll fill you in on what has been happening in my kitchen and in my life. Too...

Market Veggie Strata
Market Veggie Strata

Dinner is served with a hearty mix and bake casserole of market fresh veggies, torn sourdough and plenty of herbs that get baked to a delicious roast goodness. Light, healthy and no-fuss make-ahead cooking at its very best. We might not be familiar with the term...

Friday List And Mr Wilkinson’s Carrot Cake
Friday List And Mr Wilkinson’s Carrot Cake

I always get excited for long weekends. It usually means living in pyjamas and indulging in some slow kitchen cooking and baking projects while sneaking away every now and then to sip some hot tea and play hide and seek with the soft winter sun poking through the bare...

Caramel Grape Pound Cake
Caramel Grape Pound Cake

Back in the good old days, a pound each of basic baking ingredients was quite literally mixed in a bowl to get what became known as the pound cake. One can never go wrong with an old-fashioned pound cake. Soft, pillowy and yet firm when warm from the oven, a pound...

Rye Bread And Chilli Stir-Fry
Rye Bread And Chilli Stir-Fry

  Bread is one of the most basic food human beings have been consuming over the ages. There are fables galore about this humble food that has graced quiet solitary meals and grandiose feasts for centuries. Yet, today something that has nourished us has earned a...

Macaroon Bread And Eight Years Of Blogging
Macaroon Bread And Eight Years Of Blogging

  A delightful afternoon tea loaf baked with lots of coconut, raspberries and basil. This Macaroon Bread is quite unique and inspired by the famous chewy, coconutty macaroon cookies. When toasted, it goes extra crispy and crunchy due to all the coconut and is...

Tasty Express

Simple, stylish and delicious dishes for people on the go.                Tasty Express, the first cookbook by Sneh Roy published by Random House, Australia releases on April 1, 2014. With over 100 recipes, stunning photographs and heaps of tips, tricks, stories...

Blueberry Coconut Lassi
Blueberry Coconut Lassi

Recently I broke into a house. I was having a bad week. Not just one of those days, but a very bad week. First I proceeded to jam a key in the ignition of my car repeatedly getting increasingly frustrated before realising ten minutes into this futile exercise that I...

Fruit Brioche With Brown Sugar Labne
Fruit Brioche With Brown Sugar Labne

  I love bread and I might have a stronger soft spot for the brioches and pannettones of the world. There is something about the rich buttery dough that results in tender golden crumbly bread that is quite priceless, especially with even less effort than regular...

Indian Carrot Cake
Indian Carrot Cake

A robust carrot cake for afternoon tea, inspired by the famous Indian dessert Gajar Ka Halwa (Sweet Carrot Pudding). My Indian Carrot Cake is baked with macadamia oil, lots of spices, sultanas and toasted pecans. A delightful cake that tastes even better the next day...

Banana And Coconut Milk Bread
Banana And Coconut Milk Bread

Who loves banana bread? I do. I know you do too! An obscenely thick slice of banana bread, toasted to perfection and slathered with butter is what the local cafe will have you believe is the breakfast of champions. They might be on to something. And today's banana...

Cookbook Review – Under The Walnut Tree And A Giveaway
Cookbook Review – Under The Walnut Tree And A Giveaway

  A few weeks ago I received my copy of Under The Walnut Tree by Anna and Fanny Bergenstrom.  The cookbook's byline was Great Recipes From Our Kitchen and it was a labour of love by the authors sharing the food from their Scandinavian heritage as well as all...