Think of flavours you like when you’ve had a few beers. Toss them together with a bit of vinegar and a lot of olive oil. Chances are you’re on a winner.
Salads are marvellous because they are quick, they are made with the freshest of ingredients and, more often than not, they have come from a [...]
a little olive oil
250 g snow peas
250 g spinach, washed and dried
a little soy sauce
juice of 1 lemon
small bunch of chives, chopped finely
a few sage leaves, chopped roughly
Heat the olive oil in a non-stick pan or wok. Add the snow peas and stir until hot, but miles away from wilted. I like to have [...]
I put this together for a Valentine’s Day article. Treat it somewhere between seriously and a laugh.
Read this with your lover, to your lover, or on your own, thinking of your lover. Not the person you’d like to be your lover. The person you’ve actually done it with. Somebody with whom you’ve shared everything and [...]
1 avocado, seed removed
juice of 1 lime
a little lime zest
6 cherry tomatoes, sliced in half, or 3 small tomatoes, cut into quarters
½ green or red pepper, sliced into ‘circles’
You need a perfect avocado, one at the height of its season. Same with tomatoes – those taken straight from the bush are preferred. The [...]
This old Italian dish reminds me so much of my childhood, when the beans went on at the same time as the roast. Difference being these really taste terrific.
Good old Aussie gels made a habit of cooking beans until they were as grey as a losing punter. Soft, podgy, full of water, good only for [...]