This simple but delicious dish of steak and smashed peas is David's speciality a la maison and it has just four ingredients!
When I first met David he had a love of mushy peas and a [Read More]
Today is an auspicious day, not least because it’s my mum-in-law’s birthday – Many Happy Returns Maureen – and of course, it’s a pretty cool calendar date, 11.11.11 but it’s also the day I get to go [Read More]
Despite having no nana nap and going to sleep late (so many movies and so little time!) I’m still hit by a word tsunami at the usual time. These word tsunamis are getting to be precision timed – [Read More]
I wake up bright, early and bushy tailed. It’s another glorious day in sunny Sydney and a great day for a mini break – albeit a radioactive one. What with all the midnight word tsunamis and my [Read More]
As I was updating this recipe and giving it a go in the Thermomix, I had a very happy (and very delicious) accident. I had run out of shortcrust pastry and only had puff, so puff pastry [Read More]
If you look through the recipe roll here on the blog, you'll soon see that I go bananas for banana bread. There's the Raisin and Walnut Mini Banana Loaves, Nutella Banana Bread, Choc Nut Banana [Read More]
(low iodine) Serves 4
We first taste tested this recipe when I was on an low iodine diet before my treatment. With so many dietary restrictions, this dish was a delicious addition to the low [Read More]
There was another Word Tsunami about 2am. I don’t know what that’s all about. All these wee hour ramblings. Anyway, not only was I up half the night hitting the keys but then I woke up at 6.30! My [Read More]
It was only years after I did the low iodine diet that cranberries were to be avoided but gee, these treats were delicious while they lasted! When you can't eat salt, seafood, whole eggs, dairy [Read More]
Serves 4 (low iodine)
These slow roasted lamb shanks are comfort food at it's best.
Shall I tell you a secret? I like eating red meat but I don't really like to (and rarely) cook it. Mostly this [Read More]