I was brought up on scrambled eggs. After stewing fruit, scrambling eggs might well have been my first try at the stove. I still love them, despite 14,322 helpings during my childhood and adolescence.
Funny thing about scrambled eggs. The routines you learn as a fair dinkum Aussie boy are not necessarily the routines you should [...]
Tapenade is a simple Provençal mix of anchovies and olives and capers and garlic. There are few things with more guts and flavour. It’s also black as sin, making for a great colour foil for the white of a boiled egg. Looks great as part of a picnic spread.
This is a dish for those who [...]
If you can’t do crazy things in the kitchen, what’s the point? This is for the little kid in all of us.
Dr Seuss was my sort of story-book writer. Behind all the jokes and images, a gentle dig in the ribs. A reminder of the possibilities available on a path somewhere to the left of [...]