Although the title of this recipe doesn't really draw you in (well, anything with the word 'stew' kinda makes me question it thanks to old bland Australian-style stews) this dish really is something special.
Happy new year guys! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season and ate lots of delicious things with your family and friends. For us in the southern hemisphere, we are just entering the warmest months of the year which is great for holidays, but not so much if you’re working through just like me!
It's almost Christmas and I've been busier than ever just like everyone else I'm sure! We have been spending the little bits of free time that we've had making mulled wine and watching Christmas movies.
What if I told you I knew a way to keep your fruit and veg fresher for longer? And what if I told you that it could all be done with a little piece of bio-degradable paper for a couple of dollars a week? Kinda crazy right? That’s what I thought too.
I’ve never met a person who did not *love* roti bread. I mean, it’s toasty, flaky and you can flavour it any which way you like. So what if I told you can make roti without getting your hands dirty in literally a minute from scratch? I mean, the flour is in the bag, and a couple of minutes later, you have a piping hot, puffed up, toasted roti staring at you?
This salad here was the remnants of my pretty-bare fridge a while ago and since then I've never looked back! It's so summery, and light, but packed with vitamins, minerals and fibre so it'll be keeping you full and satisfied way past 3pm.
A couple of weeks ago I was invited to visit the Shoalhaven Coast located about two hours south of Sydney by car. When I first got the invitation, I have to honest, I googled 'Shoalhaven' because I'd never heard of it!