Mediterranean Frittata with Pumpkin and Sage

Mediterranean Frittata with Pumpkin and Sage

The variations of frittata are endless and only limited by your imagination, and perhaps by what’s in season. A frittata is also a good way of using up veggies in your fridge before restocking. Another cook once, eat twice/thrice dish Here’s one to add to your repertoire.  It’s cooked in ..Continue Reading

Chicken and Winter  Vegetable Soup

Chicken and Winter Vegetable Soup

A winter warmer to boost your mood and keep you satisfied for hours. Chicken is a clever protein that’s packed with amino acids that lift our mood, reduce cold sores and help us sleep.  Choose chicken pieces with bones like wings, thighs or throw in a chicken carcass for the ..Continue Reading

Fettuccine with Sun-dried Tomatoes and Sunflower Seeds

Fettuccine with Sun-dried Tomatoes and Sunflower Seeds

Like most, we love a good pasta on a cold winter’s night. This recipe blends all the goodness of the sun foods – sun-dried tomatoes and sun-flower seeds – with the richness of mediterrranean flavours. If you’re not a fan of chilli, you can leave it out completely, or cut ..Continue Reading

Healthy yoghurt breakfast

Healthy yoghurt breakfast

Yoghurt, fruit, nuts, seeds and coconut.  We have this breakfast every second morning. We think it’s the best healthy and easy yoghurt combination around.  Although, we might be biased 🙂 I remember what it was like when the kids were growing up and I was leaving the house for work ..Continue Reading

Veggie Moussaka

Veggie Moussaka

This dish was inspired by memories Jeff has from back in the early 80’s when he shared a group house with a couple of other blokes. Back in the days of motor bikes and beer. What’s most surprising is that even back then, they enjoyed the occasional vegetarian meal, or ..Continue Reading

Chilli Beans and Eggs

Chilli Beans and Eggs

Mornings can be hectic and it’s usually breakfast where people fail to get the protein and nutrients needed to get them through the morning without reaching for a carb hit. Here’s your answer to a quick and high protein laden breakfast that will balance your blood sugar perfectly as well ..Continue Reading

Beetroot, Mint and Yoghurt Salad

Beetroot, Mint and Yoghurt Salad

Australia Day is a relaxing and happy holiday, and with all the hype around lamb, here’s a simple, raw and great tasting dish which goes extremely well with any lamb dish. Beetroot is an amazing healthy root vegetable that lends itself to so many dishes, cooked or raw, hot or ..Continue Reading

Prawn Cakes with Sweet Potato and Turmeric

Prawn Cakes with Sweet Potato and Turmeric

There’s something about summer holidays that calls for a seafood dish.   And, I have to say that this trio of Asian flavoured delights is one of my favourite summer night meals – prawn cakes with tamarind sauce and fresh herbs in a salad. Tips & Variations If you don’t ..Continue Reading

Ginger Nut Bites

Ginger Nut Bites

Ginger and Christmas some how go together, and you can’t get a better festive mix than nuts and ginger. These little bite sized treats are gluten free and packed with the goodness of raw cashews, almond meal and coconut for a healthy fat hit, the delicious zing of fresh ginger ..Continue Reading

Asian Style Coleslaw

Asian Style Coleslaw

When thinking of light summer meals, coleslaw is perfect for taste and nutrition without the calories.  I love this tasty version using fresh summer herbs of coriander, mint and Kaffir lime leaves which blend perfectly with the peanut flavoured dressing for a real asian flavour. Red cabbage is not only ..Continue Reading