My obsession with Hetty McKinnon’s cook books continues and I have been working my way through Neighbourhood and Community any excuse I get. At this time of year, the time of “bring a plate” catchups, BBQs and hot Summer nights when you just want to eat salad, there are many excuses. Neighbourhood includes a recipe
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 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
The first thing you need to do with Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals is give up on cooking the meals in 15 minutes. It’s sort of fun to try it once or twice with the timer going on your phone and Jamie does make it look easy on TV but in reality these meals are more
I’m not really one for New Years resolutions. There will be no detox or diet happening at Chez Gourmet Chick this January but I have been craving salads and lighter meals as a result of all the Christmas indulgence. Inspiration came in the form of my newest cookbook Ottolenghi’s Jerusalem. It’s a beautiful book