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Cranberry and Double Choc Biscotti

Ideal for dunking in coffee. For some reason I have always thought that biscotti were difficult to make – but these aren’t. They are delicious on their own but also are the perfect accompaniment to a good coffee or even … Continue reading

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Simple Pulled Pork Burgers

Feed a crowd with zero effort ūüôā I first made pulled pork about 5 years ago, but this is a much easier version. I think it tastes better too! Cooking the pork in the slow cooker means it requires literally … Continue reading

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Salmon and Vegetable Risotto

This is easier than you think. Risotto isn’t something that I usually make because it can be a little difficult to get the right consistency. I found this recipe in the June 2017¬†issue of Recipes+ magazine and it is actually … Continue reading

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Recipe Re-visit: Caramel and Choc Chip Cookies

I baked a batch of these cookies last weekend and it still amazes me how good they are. I can’t believe that is was 2012 when I first found¬†this recipe! These are super simple to make and I’ve never had … Continue reading

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Chicken Shawarma Kebab

Spice up your BBQ. This tasty chicken kebab is an ideal lighter¬†alternative for the BBQ. The gentle spices are imparted onto the meat through the marinade, and the low level of chilli means this is perfect for the family. I¬†particularly … Continue reading

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No Bake Caramel Cups

Oh Sweetness. These are a small version of a caramel slice but no oven is required. If you can melt butter and chocolate you can make these. There are only¬†4 ingredients. The crumbly cookie base is the perfect texture contrast … Continue reading

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Sausage, Egg and Bagel Bake

Brunch in one pan. This recipe was inspired by a half-price bag of bagels that I bought at the supermarket, and the fact that my husband loves French toast. The addition of sausages adds flavour to the eggs and makes … Continue reading

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German Spiced Cookies

You can’t eat just one. Lately I’ve been enjoying savoury snacks and treats so, when I found this recipe in the July 2017¬†issue of Super Food Ideas magazine and saw that it included black pepper, I knew I had to … Continue reading

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Thai Pumpkin Soup

This is a delicious twist on an old favourite. If you like Asian flavours then this soup is perfect – the pumpkin is complimented so well by the¬†citrus of the lemongrass and the heat from the chilli. It is¬†ideal for … Continue reading

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Pesto Pasta Salad with Bacon plus Garlic Croutons

I’m back! It has been a while since I posted but my kitchen renovations are now¬†finished, and I¬†took a holiday as well. However, I think my cooking inspiration¬†has returned¬†and it is time to start sharing again ūüôā Even though we … Continue reading

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