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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How to Cook the Perfect Roast Chicken and 7 Ideas for Using Leftovers

Roasted chickens are a delicacy and a part of the Sunday lunch menu in many homes. Here are 5 tips that will ensure juicy meat and extend the use of the chicken well beyond the first day. Some of the tips apply to store-bought rotisserie chickens as well. They are […]

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Speedy One Pot Vegetable and Meatball Soup (with Soba noodles)

A veggie-packed dinner that the whole family loves, cooked in one pot and served in 20? Oh yes, with requests for seconds that follow.

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Banh Cuon for a Vietnamese Feature in Nourish Magazine

Banh Cuon or Pork and Mushroom stuffed Rice Noodle Rolls are one of my favourite Vietnamese dishes. It wasn’t actually until I was asked to write and shoot this feature for Nourish that I realised just how easy this dish is to make at home. Gluten and Dairy free.

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Authentic Jamaican Jerk Chicken Wings

Jamaican Jerk Chicken is a classic in its own right, and now it’s even easier to recreate the authentic flavour with an all natural, gluten-free and preservative-free spice blend.

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Green Vegetable Curry in a Hurry

I don’t know when or why I started to use that silly rhyme to refer to this dish, but since this fragrant Green Veg Curry can be thrown together in 15 minutes, it’s quicker (and healthier) than ordering in. We all love it, and often serve it with the steamed […]

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The Best Creamy Peppercorn Sauce for Steak

This Creamy Peppercorn Sauce for Steak, made with green and crushed black peppercorns, beef stock and a hint of cream is one of our favourites. We find this version particularly good for steaks, roasted chicken, schnitzel or even fish. Print or bookmark to save.

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Lentil Coconut and Ham Hock Soup

Fragrant with kaffir lime leaves, chilli and shredded coconut, this Lentil Coconut and Ham Hock Soup, makes for a more summery rendition of the traditional winter comfort dish. But, to be honest, it’s good no matter the season.

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