Cherry tomato, green olive and feta frittata

This Mediterranean inspired frittata is one of those quick meals that can be rustled up for a satisfying brunch, although it works perfectly as any meal of the day. It has become one of my go- to recipes when I want something that’s quick and easy to make over the weekend. Given that it is…

Chinese-style stir fried green beans

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been busy updating this blog. Whilst it won’t look like much has changed, many of the updates have been happening behind the scenes as I have changed to a self-hosted site. I won’t bore you with all the details, but during this update I have noticed that so many…

Mulled wine cranberry sauce

It’s that time of year, when the days get shorter and colder that I appreciate the joy that is mulled wine. Huddled outdoors, at a Christmas market, gloved hands grasping a warm glass, and quietly sipping away. It’s something that isn’t popular in Australia, where pretty much all drinks are served icy cold. It’s something…

Roasted miso aubergines with udon noodles

I’ve previously gushed about my fascination about Japan and Japanese food in my Crispy tofu skewers post. Back when I was 20 years old, I was invited to a friend’s birthday dinner in a Japanese restaurant where I was introduced to Japanese style aubergine/ eggplant. Prior to this, I had only eaten aubergine mainly in…

Pea and walnut pesto with gnocchi

Firstly, I have to thank Nigella Lawson for introducing me to the joy that is pan fried gnocchi. What’s not to like about the soft potato dumplings having a crunchy exterior?! If you have the time or inclination, making them from scratch is worth the effort, but this recipe is about rustling up something quick…

Crispy tofu skewers

The high school that I attended had Japanese as part of it curriculum. For me it was a love hate relationship. I loved the language, I loved the culture, I most certainly loved the food; I just wasn’t very good at speaking Japanese, let alone trying to grasp the written aspect of the language. But…