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easy asian dressing & slaw

easy asian dressing & slaw

Over the last few months, I’ve been making a few recipe videos for Marion’s Kitchen, a range of amazing Asian food products. The company was started by Marion Grasby – who you might remember from season two of Masterchef Australia. Her products start out as home recipes and are then turned into stunning products using authentic ingredients. They do cooking kits and wok sauces along with a coconut milk and noodles. I’ve only been working with the kits and sauces but absolutely love the flavours and range of recipes that have come out of it. The only tragedy is these are not available in South Arica. If they were they would be permanent fixtures in my cupboard.  Continue Reading →


pumpkin rolls with rosemary and sea salt

Easy pumpkin rolls with rosemary and sea salt

Its October and the food internet is awash with pumpkin recipes again, and Pinterest turns orange as people scramble to post as many squash recipes as they can ahead of Halloween. Of course they are also in full season in the Northern Hemisphere for Autumn. Pumpkin is around here too even though we are heading towards summer, so when I saw these delicious looking rolls I knew I needed to make a pumpkin version. Continue Reading →


lemon poppy seed greek yoghurt cake

lemon poppyseed yoghurt cake

I’ve had a bee in my bonnet to make a Lemon poppy seed cake for ages because I adore the combination of these two ingredients in baked goodies. The Greek yoghurt and olive oil are wonderful additions too, delivering a super moist cake that is not too sweet with a lovely dense crumb. Continue Reading →


lemony linguini with zucchini ‘noodles’

lemony linguini with zucchini 'noodles'

I’m a big fan of lemony pasta dishes and with this recipe I wanted to keep the zucchini raw and pack as much flavour in. It’s a super simple dish and ideal for a quick week night supper or to make alongside some tasty chicken kebabs. I just came up with that, but was thinking if you are the type pf person that needs some protein with your food, a chicken kebab would go well here. Or crispy bacon, but I digress. Continue Reading →


one – ingredient whole grain cracker

Dan Barbers one - ingredient whole grain cracker

So I bought the Food 52 Genius Recipes cookbook last week, and seriously, its incredible. I had heard of, and seen a good few of the recipes before because if you spend as much time on the food internet as I do it would be impossible not to. I had also made at least one recipe  – the  famous purple plum torte, so I know they are particularly extraordinary. I plan on making a lot more from the book and in fact have made three since last week already. It’s the kind of book that inspires you want to dive straight into the kitchen and get busy, and its the way I gauge how good a cookbook is. 

The first recipe I made was these one-ingredient whole grain crackers because I had freekeh in my house for the first time and I love a good crunchy (healthy) cracker.  Continue Reading →


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