Monthly Archives: September 2010

Belgian Beer, Belgian Chocolate and an Unfortunate Lunch. Five hours in Brussels, Belgium.

I’m going to start profiling our recent trip to Europe. This is an easy one to profile as we stopped in Brussels for 5 hours on our train trip from Amsterdam to London. It was a worthwhile trip as well… … Continue reading

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Wholemeal Spelt Fettuccine (Gluten and Wheat Free) ai Fungi – This is also a vegetarian recipe

Good evening! I promised I’d add this recipe to the blog. I think this is a really, really easy recipe. You may wish to buy the fettuccine instead of making it, but I think you will struggle sourcing wholemeal spelt … Continue reading

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Stay tuned…

Coming up we have homemade wholemeal spelt flour fettuccine ai fungi, Chinese duck noodle soup and a beautiful fresh and healthy summer dish: Salmon fillet on a bed of bean salsa PLUS so many more. I haven’t really even started … Continue reading

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Barbecued Tuna Steak on a bed of Lemongrass and Lime Leaf infused Noodles with Homegrown Garden Herbs and Vegetables and a side of Belacan Garlic Kohl Rabi with Prawns.

Can you actually imagine that ever getting onto a menu? You have got to be kidding! Well one of the areas of my life that has changed a lot in recent times has been my interest in gardening. Addictive personalities … Continue reading

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Turkish Eggs from the Changa Restaurant in Istanbul, Eaten at the Providores and Tapa Room in London, then Recreated at Home!

Well after a fantastic Moroccan feast at our friend’s place last week and a few bottles of plonk it was only appropriate to cook a proper Sunday breakfast. I was inspired by a dish we had a The Providores and … Continue reading

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A Tribute to Pot Luck Dinners and Pie Floaters

I have so many fond memories of pot-luck dinners during my years at Murdoch Uni and Uni SA. I was blessed to make friends with people from countries like Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, India, China, Japan, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, France, … Continue reading

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Fettuccine Marinara (Chilli infused fettuccine with mixed seafood and barbecued Kangaroo Island Marron)

One of the biggest compliments in my home cooking career is that of fettuccine marinara. When you prepare a dish, that so many people love, and so many people will choose to order in an Italian restaurant you are up … Continue reading

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