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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Sugar-free Hot Cross Bun Truffles + Win a $100 Bed Bath N’ Table Gift Card (CLOSED)

Chocolate at Easter time is such a given, as are the traditional hot cross buns. Combining the two in a bite-sized truffle is a fun and indulgent way to enjoy a treat these holidays. Dairy-free,  sugar-free, vegan and Paleo.   A few months ago, as I was brainstorming recipe ideas for […]

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Imperfect Zucchini, Asparagus and Eggplant Dip Tarts

So, you might ask, what’s imperfect about these tarts? Well, the imperfection here stems from the veggies themselves. Deemed too ugly by the major chains and otherwise destined for the scrap heap, they are being rescued. They still taste great, are cheaper and just as versatile. Want to know how?

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Almond Milk Panna Cotta with Blood Orange (or Raspberries)

As the weather warmed up briefly, I whipped up a few cups of this creamy and lightly sweet panna cotta to go with a haul of market fresh blood oranges. Raspberries were served as an option, you know, in case I kept the blood orange slices all to myself.

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Gluten and Dairy-free Corn Fritters

These gluten- and dairy-free Corn Fritters are an absolute breeze to make and oh so good to eat. Adapted from Lorna Jane’s new book, Nourish, they are sure to become a family favourite. Stay tuned for a signed copy Nourish giveaway soon!

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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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