I’m coming to end of week three on a very strict 30 day Paleo regime. Firstly, I’m loving it, and starting to feel the benefits of eating such clean food. But finding your favourite meal options can be a little challenging at first. I struggled a… Read More
Think of this as a showcase of some of my favourite winter recipes.
Now the southern Hemisphere summer is officially over, I am pulling out the perfect winter recipes that comfort me when it is cold, raining and windy outside. Some of these you’ve seen before, but the highlight of this post is the Tunisian soup below.
Let’s start with soups…
This is my all-time favourite soup, no arguments, it is simply the best…
Tunisian Lemon, Pumpkin and Chickpea soup
We made it…. our (not so little) Heidi is now one! The photo below was taken before all her buddies arrived for her party last weekend. Whilst I love this photo, I prefer the ‘behind the scenes’ shots that show you her true personality… … Read More
I defy anyone to pass up a hot apple crumble with custard and ice cream on a cold wintery day (and we’ve had a few of those lately in Melbourne – winds straight from Antarctica!!!). This is my favourite apple crumble recipe, which I cook… Read More
Wouldn’t you love to wake up to these on your rostered-day-off?
I served these up for my husband last week when he was home on a week day. I tried to keep them as healthy as possible – using fruit as the filling, wholemeal flour in the crepes, and natural yoghurt instead of cream/ice-cream as a topping… here’s the recipe:
Spiced apple crepes
It took a visit from mum for me to realise there was a fig tree in our back garden. I’m not completely ignorant to plants, but our rental has a rather large garden (it got lost behind the gum trees), and I have been pregnant the entire time we had lived in the house, so haven’t been getting out into the garden as much.
The fig season was around the time Heidi was born (March/April), however for some reason our figs ripened a little later than that.