Fried veggies (vegetables) are a must in our house. I find them so easy to make. They are great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. For breakfast I like them with a fry up of fried eggs, gf bacon, gf sausages and mushrooms for my family. Continue reading Versatile Veggies
Bella is my oldest daughter, she is 9 years old (turning 10 soon). This week she wanted to put one of her recipes on the blog, so this week is a feature post by Bella. She is also required to live a gluten free life. Continue reading Bella’s Mud Pie
My mum and dad travel up from Wollongong to Sydney each week to help us out on the days I work. I’m very blessed that I come home from work to a hot meal, as mum also cooks our dinner as well.
A few weeks ago, mum made some baked lamb chops, and I couldn’t stop raving about them. She made them again last week, and I definitely had to share the recipe sooner rather than later (story of my life so far this year).
Every Anzac Day for as long as I can remember I have made Anzac Biscuits on Anzac Day. My love for Anzac Biscuits was formed long before I knew what they resembled. Continue reading Aussie Biscuits
Many years ago I used to drink soy milk, but I stopped drinking it as a I could tolerate dairy for a while. When I had to go back off dairy I didn’t like the taste of soy milk no matter how many brands I tried, so I started buying very expensive almond milk, which I eventually learnt how to make at home.
I love eating this on a cold winter’s day as it has a yummy broth that you can slurp down, but we enjoy it all year round and tend to have it in summer and every year on Good Friday. Continue reading See food one pot wonder
This was originally posted with my Lamb Lamb Lamb post, so to go to the original, please click here.
It truly is a simple and easy salad to make, and tastes delicious. I love eating this salad in summer as it’s refreshing. It tastes good with all types of meats.
Again, another recipe I’m reposting just to make it easier to find, is my cori cauli rice. You can see the original post by clicking here.
This would have to be one of my family’s favourite rice dishes. I created it to go with lamb from a pilaf dish that Glenn’s Aunt made over summer.
I’m not sure whether I know anyone that celebrates Easter that doesn’t like a fresh warm hot cross buns. Maybe I shouldn’t make that broad statement. Okay, it’s just me and I know for sure it’s my family. Continue reading Hot Cross Bunz