Curious Cuts: Beef Bavette with a Tomato Salad

With the introduction of Curious Cuts by Harris Farm, sourced from grass-fed Cape Grim beef and supermarkets following suit in the secondary cuts department, it is becoming cheaper to eat good meat. And let me tell you, this paprika and lime beef bavette tastes as good as the premium stuff. […]

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7 Blood Orange Recipes to Try this Season

Every year, toward the end of August, I can hardly contain my excitement. It’s (our wedding anniversary) and blood orange season! I utterly adore them. All dressed in breathtaking hues of orange, crimson and red, their flavour is citrusy and sweet with just a hint of lip-puckering tartness.

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The Wholesome Cook Book Sneak Peek + Shooting the Book Video

Waaah! The first hand-bound advance copy of the book has just landed in Sydney. I’ve been dying to see it so I went over this morning to grab a few sneak peeks (and pics for you all) and had a really hard time leaving…

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Baked John Dory with Lemon Caper Dressing | Postcards from Italy, France and Ireland

During the two weeks we spent in Italy, France and Ireland I quickly discovered that it was almost impossible to eat badly while away. We even found that Italy caters exceptionally well to both gluten and dairy intolerances, as does Ireland. Now that we are back, I am keen to […]

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8 Simple Ways to Reduce Plastic Waste at Home and While You Shop

Single-use plastic bags, styrofoam trays, plastic wrap, produce bags, zip lock bags, coffee cup lids, cups and straws… “In one week we go through 10 billion plastic bags worldwide, in the USA an average of 2.5 million plastic bottles are used every hour whilst over 500 million straws are used daily! Recycling […]

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How to Make Sprouts at Home | Easy Guide with Soaking Times

Making sprouts at home is easier than you might think, cheaper, and less wasteful as well as you can make as little or as much as you need at a time. It’s all about soaking and sprouting times, so stick to the guide of 18 soaking times outlined below and […]

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Scandi-style Salmon and Lemon Myrtle Cream Cheese Platter

Hot-smoked salmon, cream cheese and plump juicy capers are a classic in their own right. Add a good pinch of Australian native lemon myrtle and a little Scandinavian food flair and you’ll have a beautiful dish to serve when entertaining. Leftovers are fab as sandwich filling. Gluten-free.  A couple of […]

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Vegetarian Pine Mushroom “Minced Pork” and Beans

Okay, I admit that vegetarian minced pork sounds a lot like an oxymoron or fib. But believe me when I say IT IS GOOD with no fake or soy meats in sight. Made with the currently in-season saffron milkcaps (red pines), it’s a meaty mushroom rendition of one of my […]

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