Posts in Recipes

What’s all the fuss about fermentation?

What’s all the fuss about fermentation? Our search for ways to store and keep foods fresh has been a quest throughout the ages. Whilst the invention of the refrigerator represented a leap forward in the development of food storage technology, one of the oldest and most nutritionally beneficial ways of stabilising foods for storage is… Read more »

Sage and Watercress Pesto

At times when in Australia it is not good growing weather for basil and not wanting to purchase non organic basil I had to think creatively in order to make a pesto.  A friend of mine has a huge bush of sage growing which she happily shares with me. This recipe is divine I almost… Read more »

Avocado Recipe

I don’t think I really need to rave about avocados as I don’t know anyone in my life who doesn’t like them. They also don’t really need any advertising nor any recipe ideas as they are just perfectly perfect cut up in a salad or spread on toast or of course made into their native… Read more »

Hearty Mung Bean Stew

For a heart warming meal in the height of winter or a comforting meal even in warmer climates. Change the ingredients to suit your season. This is enough for 4 people so if you are inviting one other you will have 2 portions left, one to take to work the next day and one to… Read more »

Fresh and Vibrant Cooking class

Sunday 25th May 
Sydney Cooking School 
Neutral Bay Learn how to prepare food in a fresh and vibrant way. Learn simple raw food techniques and turn raw recipes into winter warming delights. In this class you will make some delicious raw sweet treats which will nourish your soul in the winter months as well as… Read more »

Monthly Recipe – Kang Kong

I was first introduced to kang kong (pronounced kang kung) ten years ago when I went to Timore Leste for my brother and sister in law’s wedding and instantly fell in love with it’s subtle flavours. Kang kong is now becoming more and more popular with growers in our region and I am overjoyed. It… Read more »