I hosted a very crazy party at my place on Saturday. The guests spilled drinks everywhere, spread food all over the floor and one of them vomited a few times. Yes it was wild times at the joint first birthday party for our mothers group. Those one year olds really know how to trash a
I’ve just reluctantly returned from a few weeks spent beach side at Lorne. It’s only been a few hours but I’m already nostalgic for salty skin, sandy hair and nights spent on the deck having drinks and a BBQ.
I am not a great believer in use by dates on food. I’m the sort of person who happily cuts the mouldy bit off the cheese, the sprouting parts off the potato and employs the sniff test on milk. It’s mainly because I can’t bear to throw food out and I do think the use
I can’t believe it has taken me so long to post this recipe for roasted cauliflower, chickpea and quinoa salad. I make it all the time after first being introduced to it by my friend Jo who adapted it from an old issue of Gourmet Traveller (not that old though, given the salad includes quinoa).
I’m not usually one of those people who are onto things early. I didn’t read the books for Game of Thrones years before the TV series came out and I’m often one of the last to discover a band everyone has been listening to all year. But I was lucky enough to live around the
It’s feast or famine in my house. Some times my fridge is overflowing and the pantry bursting at the seams after a vegie box delivery or a market shop. Then fast forward two weeks and things are pretty bare. Usually I can find a few potatoes rolling around in the cupboard though and then all
Meat-and-Three-Veg had a dose of man flu recently so rather than rolling my eyes I made him some soup. It may not be scientifically proven but I believe the best cure for man flu or any flu is chicken soup. There’s something very comforting about chicken soup and this one is packed full of vegies
I’m getting a vegie box delivered at the moment (I’m using Aussie Farmers Direct) hoping it will make me eat more of the good stuff and more seasonally. With only me and Meat-and-Three-Veg to feed it takes a bit of creativity to get through all the produce and so a big bag of carrots gave
I’ve got a bit of a Valentines Day tradition happening with Mr Meat-and-Three-Veg. We avoid the over priced restaurants with all the couples sitting staring into each other eyes and instead pack a picnic and head out side. There’s less pressure and it feels much less commercialised. This year we ended up in the Botanic