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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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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Nectarine, Wombok and Fennel Slaw | My Favourite Things Jan 2015

What were some of your favourite January 2015 foodie and otherwise discoveries? Share your top finds in the comments below. Stone fruit. Okay, I know it’s summer only in the Southern Hemisphere… I hope the rest of you, dear readers, are keeping safe from snow storms and blizzards. Stone fruit is what summer is […]

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Fun Garden Salad with Edible Dirt

Forget the make your own pizza party and get your guests involved in making their own garden salad, complete with edible dirt. I bet your kids will love this fun serving idea too. Dairy-free PLUS Gluten-free Paleo options.

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Green Papaya Salad with Chilli Dressing |Plus 9 Other Salads To Inspire You

My most recent obsession in the world of salads, and I go through phases, is this crunchy and tangy Green Papaya Salad. Made with a sugar-free chilli dressing, it is a great side to grilled fish or meat or a light meal in itself.

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Natural Dyed Easter Eggs with Trout Mayo and Herbs | Some News

Coloured with three simple ingredients: fresh turneric for deep orange, beetroot for pink and red cabbage for a delightful shade of duck egg blue, these natural dyed Easter eggs are pretty just as pretty on the outside as they are in.

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Vegetarian Quinoa Fried Rice

With the traditional trimmings of fried egg, peas and diced green vegetables, this Vegetarian Quinoa Fried Rice could make for a satisfying dinner, or a nutritious side. It makes me happy because I love quinoa and Matt loves it because he still gets to have rice. Win win, and a […]

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