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Hot Cross Buns

Hot Cross Buns

There is nothing better at Easter than hot cross buns! I mean chocolate is great but my fave has to be hot cross buns, especially when they are home made and served warm with Bee2U Honey Whipped Butter! Give them a try this Easter and make a double batch if you have... read more
Homemade Aioli

Homemade Aioli

Making your own aioli is surprisingly easy and it just tastes so much better than shop brought. Plus you have the added benefit of knowing what ingredients have gone into making it! This aioli is smooth and creamy and it tastes homemade. To make the aioli, blend eggs,... read more
Super Simple Spaghetti Carbonara

Super Simple Spaghetti Carbonara

Spaghetti carbonara is one of my favourite comfort foods and the best part is that it is very quick and easy to prepare. It literally takes about 10 minutes to prep and another 10 to cook – gotta love that! For this recipe, we used the incredible smoked bacon (adds a... read more
Honey & Muesli Balls

Honey & Muesli Balls

If you are like me, you are always looking for some new ideas for an afternoon snack, these Honey & Muesli Balls are just perfect for that! Plus they are a great lunchbox filler for the kids and can easily be made nut free by using nut free muesli. We recently... read more
Crepes Are Back!

Crepes Are Back!

Well technically it is only me saying that crepes are back but you have to know just how easy they are to make! Crepes are one of my favourite things to cook at the moment because they are so versatile and easy! You can top these crepes with fruit and yoghurt for... read more
New Reefs Hydroponics – On The Food Trail

New Reefs Hydroponics – On The Food Trail

A little piece of paradise is how I would describe my visit to Dean and Alison Halpin at New Reefs Hydroponics where they have been growing a variety of hydroponics at their Grasstree Beach property for the last twenty years. When I arrived, they were busy picking... read more
Taro Chips

Taro Chips

Taro Root is not an ingredient that I had used before so when Steve from Vegies Unlimited suggested I have a go at using it, I thought why not! So what is it? Taro root comes from the taro plant, which is native to Southeast Asia and India and is a staple in diets... read more