Swordfish with Beetroot Mash + Free eBook: The Wholesome Cook Companion

The first proper week of school is almost over. For Zac it means a momentary relief from homework which he has been given solidly this whole week. He’s in year 8 now. Looking back at a photo I took of him doing homework on one of the first days of school last […]

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Zoodle, Grilled Peach and Feta Salad

In the annual fervor of menu and event planning for Australia Day, I tend to forget that the 26th also marks a very special anniversary for me, personally. It will have been 17 years since Australia became my new home. Also, I somehow agreed to a DIY pig on a spit… It will be my […]

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Why Miso paste is my new Vegemite

Vegemite is an Aussie breakfast staple, but a closer look at its ingredients recently – processed and synthesized, has had me reconsider. Instead, in a lightbulb moment I decided to try miso paste as an alternative and, my gosh, it was so vegemite-like! Here are a few good reasons why […]

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Cream Puff Pavs – A Sugar-free Alternative to a Pavlova

Pavlovas are a popular summer and Christmas dessert. However, I find the process of making fluffy meringue base too involved for a last minute dessert and I find it a touch too sweet. My solution? I use choux pastry and serve the ‘pavs’ layered in a similar fashion to a […]

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Lemon Pineapple + Herb Roasted Chicken Legs

“This sweet-skinned chicken dish from Martyna Angell’s cookbook – The Wholesome Cook Book, has sweet pineapple and tangy lemon juice in the marinade, you’ll be licking the plate for more!” – from the I Quit Sugar team. Yes, The Wholesome Cook book is not all about desserts. There’s a huge […]

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Gluten-free Chocolate Cake with Rocher-inspired Icing

Moist. Dense yet light. Decadently chocolatey and with the ability to make it gluten-free and dairy-free. I don’t know anyone who has stopped at having just one piece!

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Sweet Potato & Lentil Soup with Apple and Avo

– A Thai sweet potato and lentil soup that’s a little on the season’s edge.

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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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