Tag Archives: Love the veggies

(No) rush

On the way to Easter (in both traditions), we’ve had the fun of working our way through various breakfast possibilities in no rush at all, so I thought I’d keep going in that vein by posting the ‘how to guide’ for a … Continue reading

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Sunday: Cuando una puerta se cierra, ciento se abren.

Spanish: When one door closes, a hundred open. To wind up my look at how we revive each day, so we might try again with the being a good person and making a happy life, I thought I’d share my … Continue reading

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My kind of wrinkles

When it comes to oven-roasted tomatoes, the wrinkles are where the flavour is!  In anticipation of a future post about slow cooked breakfasts, I thought I would share this pearler of a dish that will be welcome anytime you might eat brekkie. … Continue reading

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Food to nourish, not strike a pose

The idea of candid food, appetising and nourishing just as it comes from the kitchen, appeals to me a great deal more than beautiful food posed for the camera that promises to have the taste qualities of cardboard.  I freely … Continue reading

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Risotto cakes

These risotto cakes are a surprisingly easy, and very tasty, lunch or lunch box item that can also make a pleasant light dinner with salad or veggies on the side.  When I first tried them, however, I was a bit … Continue reading

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Zucchini slice

In another place this might be called a frittata (especially if some cream was added to the ingredients), but we went with the more responsible version and anyway, we don’t want to be gilding the lily, or, as Aussies say, … Continue reading

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Pumpkin scones

Pumpkin scones are delicious warm or cold, and we recommend them as is or just buttered.  On a lazy Sunday, we have them for afternoon tea and polish off any leftovers with a pot of soup for dinner. Originally, they … Continue reading

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