Raspberry Cashew Waffles

I’ve always thought waffles were a tricky dish to master but this recipe is so easy to make and even easier to eat! I created these waffles for Barker’s New Zealand using their beautiful fruit filled raspberry jam (although all their jam flavours are super delicious tbh) and they have become my favourite breakfast treat! They’re…

Coco-Nutty Granola + Chia Pudding + Tropical Fruit Compote

The sun is starting to shine again and my obsession with making granola is back. Hopefully the sun makes a comeback this weekend so you can also get in the mood to make this super yummy granola too! This granola is full of all my favourite things and tastes (and smells) just like Anzac biscuits….

Salt & Vinegar Hasselback Roast Potatoes

Salt & Vinegar Hasselback Potatoes. A lifelong roast potato obsession which has resulted in crispy crunchy ridges + a fluffy potato interior + sharp vinegar notes to cut through all the buttery rich crunch. Roasting potatoes was an obsession that started when I first watched Jamie Oliver and saw his technique on how to make…

Homemade Sausage Rolls

Homemade sausage rolls. Is there anything better? These savoury sausage rolls are the perfect half time snack to have on Grand Final Day and they taste SO much better than anything you can buy at the shops. Plus, they’ve got a few hidden veggies in them too! I love how the Barker’s New Zealand Peach…

Berry Swirled Banana Bread

I’ve been having lots of fun experimenting with the Barker’s New Zealand compote range and my favourite way to use it has definitely been in desserts. I usually like to keep it simple when it comes to flavours and cooking techniques, and using the Barker’s of NZ compote range has made me  feel super fancy…

What is Compote?

I’m so excited to share some exciting news with you all! I’ve teamed up with lovelies from Barker’s New Zealand as an ambassador and I’ve been cooking up a storm with their amazing range of jams, compotes, chutneys, relishes, sauces and cordials. They recently sent me a range of their beautiful fruit-filled goodies and I’ve been…

Basic Bolognese

So it’s been a little bit quiet over here on the blog…sorry about that. I landed my first full-time job as a dietitian around this time last year and I’ve spent that time trying to figure out how to manage work + Instagram + being a newly wed + buying a house + getting a…

Bisma Eight: Earth-to-Table Eating

On my last trip to Bali I had the absolute pleasure of exploring the organic gardens at Bisma Eight and enjoyed a cooking class with the head chef of Copper Kitchen & Bar, Ben McRae. I took lots of photos so thought you might enjoy seeing what I got up to and seeing what I…

Low FODMAP Cypriot Grain Salad

Cooking for people with food allergies or a food intolerance can often seem like a daunting task, especially at Christmas-time. I’ve taken a twist on my favourite Cypriot Grain Salad from George Calombaris’ Hellenic Republic and made it gluten-free AND low FODMAP. This salad is perfect if you’re looking to make something that is simple,…

Mushroom Mania

As winter slowly comes to an end, I took some time to reflect on one of my most used winter/autumn ingredients and how I was lucky enough to go on 2 expeditions to learn more about my favourite fungus, the mushroom. Mushrooms are a nutrition powerhouse and are rich in B group vitamins including riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic…

Cobram Estate

It’s no secret that I’m a HUGE fan of Cobram Estate extra virgin olive oil. Most of you would know that I use it every day in pretty much everything so I was nothing short of thrilled when I was invited to the olive groves to see how my favourite oil was produced. The day…

Ubud – Bali

It was our first time to Ubud (and Bali) and this place did not disappoint. Not only is Ubud known as the cultural capital of Bali, its stunning landscape makes it the perfect place to rest and relax. Ubud is well known as the place to head to for rest, relaxation and is THE place to be…