Roasted Beetroot And Red Quinoa Salad If any of you lovely folk have ever had the beetroot and quinoa salad from vicbooks, you know just what a tasty treat it is. Recently I had a ladies dinner party and attempted to recreate it for my guests, with great success. So now, I pass it on [...]
Author Archive: Hayley Adams
Beef Rendang I highly recommend making besties with your slow cooker. They make things taste better, and it’s almost like someone has cooked for you when you arrive home after a long day and it’s sitting there waiting for you with a fully prepared meal. This beef rendang is a take on one of Annabel [...]
I swear anything that contains both liquor and caffeine is sure to be a winner!
A friend recently told me this is a classic Kiwi soup (it seems all Kiwi classics incorporate curry power) but I had never tried it, so I thought I would give it a whirl.
Baking with yeast can be a stressful venture but I promise you these wee cinnamon buns taste delicious and make your house smell amazing, so do try to be brave.
Usually I am not one for shortcuts in the kitchen, I make my porridge on the stove and prefer to bake my chocolate self-saucing pudding than nuke it in the microwave. But recipes like this one have been floating around the Internet for a while now, and I became intrigued. This is so super easy if [...]
Here’s something Brit-inspired for you all to nibble away on while enjoying the Olympic Games.
Go Fish I have found that fish incites strong emotions in people; they seem to either love it or hate it. If you’re a fan, give this wee recipe a whirl. If not, you could try subbing the fish for shredded cooked chicken, the capers for a handful of pan-fried mushrooms and leaving out the [...]
Spicy Carrot, Chickpea & Tomato Soup I could happily survive on a diet of soup. Soup is one of the easiest meals to throw together in a hurry and improvisation is fairly simple when you are missing an ingredient or two. This recipe is my favourite. It’s also tasty with some shredded spinach for a [...]