All posts filed under ‘Dinner

kale pizza

Eat Your Greens on Pizza

I spent the weekend at my grandparents’ house. It had been over 2 years since I had been there. Not because I don’t love them, or they live interstate, life just seemed to get in the way. When I saw their faces, I was flooded by a wave of shame. I couldn’t believe I had […]

tomato quinoa soup

Tomato, Roast Capsicum + Quinoa Soup

Why did I decide to start a blog? Perhaps it is time to elaborate a little.. I used to co-own a little coffee shop with a talented (and highly motivated!) lady, my best friend, Kate Berry. It is a time in my life that I will forever look back on with pride and delight. It was an […]

corn ricotta tart slice

Corn, Spring Onion + Ricotta Quiche

  Us mothers at Clancy’s school organised a get-together, to celebrate our children surviving the first month of prep and our own new found friendships. Basically an excuse to have a glass of wine, eat cheese and socialise (like we needed one). Being the obsessive food lover that I am, I always see situations like […]

millet stuffed peppers

Millet Stuffed Peppers

  Ironically, ancient grains are relatively new to us modern folk. But there is no need to let your unfamiliarity keep you from trying them. In fact, once you realise just how simple they are to prepare they may very well become weeknight favourites in your kitchen too. Quinoa. Farro. Teff. Spelt. Kamut. Amaranth. Millet. […]

Brown Rice with Broad Beans, Peas + Buffalo Mozzarella

It was my father in-law’s birthday last weekend. We took a drive to his house in the country, in his backyard was the most wonderful veggie garden. Not one with neat straight rows, but one which was wild and overgrown with edible vegetation. The plants were ten times the size of the ones in my […]

Pea + Asparagus Galette

Galettes are basically a delicious free form pie. Really, you could wrap just about anything in pastry and it would be delicious. But what better than some lovely new season asparagus! Any vegies you have would work a treat – like a lot of my posts, this is more of a guide rather than a […]