Wednesday Words of Wisdom – Strength

It's less than 3 weeks to the Sydney Morning  Herald Half Marathon. Eeep! I've been clocking up quite a few kilometres in preparation and I've also started to re-read Scott Jurek's book, Eat and Run [Read More]

Thermomix Pumpkin and Date Cake

Serves 10-12 or makes 16 cupcakes This is one of my favourite cakes ever. It's so simple and so delicious. It's uber easy in the Thermomix but you can find the original recipe here. It makes a [Read More]

Eggstra, Eggstra!

Well ahoy there. It seems as though I took an Easter sabbatical, almost by eggcident. The combination of not  being a Christian and  being a seriously secular Jew at  this time of year always [Read More]

Wednesday Words of Wisdom – High Five

I've said it before and I'll say it again. Kid President knows what's what! This is from Kid President's new video The Kids Need to Know.  After 5 days of holiday - getting out of bed is going to be [Read More]

After Hours at the Art Gallery

I'm a woman on a mission and crossing things off my 101 things to do in 1001 days list like it's going out of fashion. It's only taken me six years to get on down to, and get inside of  the Art [Read More]

Meatless Monday – Moroccan Eggs

Serves 2 generously First there were Turkish Eggs, now we've moved along to Morocco! My obsession with eating breakfast foods for dinner continues. This dish is  surprisingly delicious and really [Read More]

Since I left You

Yesterday was exactly 30 months to the day that me and my thyroid parted company. My neck may be empty but my life is full! My scar is healing real good too. Of course I wanted to celebrate the [Read More]

Apple, Sultana and Banana Cake

Serves 8-10 The thing about being a compulsive baker is that I'm so busy creating the next new bake that I rarely revisit and often forget my old favourites. But when I got a lovely email from dear [Read More]

Wednesday Words of Wisdom – Thankful

Tomorrow will be 30 months to the day without a thyroid. It hasn't always been easy without my butterfly shaped friend, but it has always been worth it. My experience with Cancer still surprises me. [Read More]