A creamy chowder with plump mussels and chunky vegetables served with garlicky toasts.
When you have some leftover roast and veggies, or a casserole, the clever thing to do is to turn them into sausage rolls, with the help of some handy puff pastry sheets, and a little imagination. I call these Rollovers (or sometimes Do-Overs!).
A bed of butter beans and diced root vegetables topped with chicken thighs flavoured with lemon, fennel and paprika make an easy dinner.
I love that moment when the pasta tumbles into the bubbling pot, quickly starting to soften within minutes as I stir it. Cooking pasta and noodles is universally one of those things that most people learn to cook early in life. In many ways it is a simple process, but there are a few DOs […]
Now that we are in the cooler months, I thought we could do some slow cooking together...on Sundays!
🇫🇷 BONJOUR! Next week is definitely going to be a little bit French… Not only is it Bastille Day on the 14th but we will be having our very own French celebration when the wonderful Gabriel Gaté drops in to our Cook-Along on Thursday. Just think…a délicieux French dinner of French Style […]
There are loads of good reasons to eat more fish. Nutritionally, it's a high protein, low fat food rich in omega three that ticks so many boxes as a good food choice. It is really quick to cook when you know how and we are really spoilt for choice for quality fish here in Australia both deep sea and freshwater varieties - we are surrounded by water, after all!
🔥 🔥 🔥 HOT NEWS! Guess who is dropping in to our Cook-Along on Thurs 16th July? The one and only Gabriel Gate! We are going to cook up a fabulous French Style Roast Chicken with Cauliflower Au Gratin and Salade Verte. I can’t wait to cook alongside this industry legend again, as we did […]
It's versatile, it's inexpensive, easy to cook and readily available. What's not to love about mince? But not all minces are equal, so here are my Top 10 Tips for making the most of mince: