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Rum Balls

These rum balls are a good reminder to me that food is more than just fuel. And it has nothing to do with the actual balls themselves! In my house, there is an ongoing playful argument around the ‘correct’ name for these chocolatey coconutty balls. I call them rum...

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Paprika Roasted Potatoes

I am going to make a big call here and say that I have yet to come across a person who doesn’t enjoy a good roast potato. What’s not to love? There is that glorious contrast between the golden and crispy outside and soft, fluffy centre. But that balance can be...

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Nut Free Granola

There are times when I go out for breakfast or brunch and I will look wistfully at the pretty bowls of porridge and granola around me and then check the menu hoping that the dish is nut free. It never is. Cue the violins. I have resigned myself to the fact that...

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Chimichurri

Never heard of chimichurri? Well, you know how people say 'awesomesauce'? It is literally THE awesome sauce. In my opinion anyway.     Chimichurri is an Argentinian raw, green sauce. It is herby, zingy, garlicky and a bit spicy and is a traditional accompaniment to...

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Roasted Cauliflower and Curry Soup

OK, let me be clear about something here. This is not a recipe using cauliflower to replace a starch – like rice or a pizza base! This is a straight up celebration of cauliflower for what it ACTUALLY is. A VEGETABLE that makes a great conduit for flavour. And yes, it...

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Nut Free Dukkah

Dukkah is that sandy stuff you sometimes get served with bread and olive oil when you go out for dinner. Rest assured it isn’t sand, but a mix of seeds, spices and nuts…which means dukkah is something I have to steer clear of. That was until I made my own nut free...

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Traditional ANZAC biscuits

I love my hometown of Melbourne. In particular, I love Melbourne history. One of my favourite books on the subject is called Capital (af) by Kristin Otto, and it details Melbourne life between 1901 and 1927 when it was the capital city of Australia. One of the most...

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Crispy Roasted Chickpeas

  Do you know how irritating it is when a recipe calls for a handful of toasted nuts to give the dish some crunch and texture but you have a nut allergy? Trust me – it is really irritating. Crispy roasted chickpeas are the closest thing I have found to a crunchy,...

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