Tag: Kitchen Adventures

Broccoli, Sun Dried Tomato and Parmesan Frittata

Broccoli, Sun Dried Tomato and Parmesan Frittata

Some nights you get home from work, rather I get home from work, and I just CBF.  You know what that stands for right – Can’t. Be. Fucked. But a girl’s got to eat.  The good thing about a frittata is that basically, anything goes. […]

Orange and Sesame Chicken served with Greens

Orange and Sesame Chicken served with Greens

I am always on the lookout for new flavours – and flavours that I can recreate with a heck of a lot less sugar. This hoisin sauce tastes a lot more orange, which I like, however it retains the lovely creamy mouth feel.  I’ve added […]

My Food Bag – Does it work for Weight Loss Surgery Patients?

My Food Bag – Does it work for Weight Loss Surgery Patients?

I know, I know, ordering a few weeks of My Food Bag seems like a weird thing to do especially when I really enjoy cooking so much and I’m in the middle of collating and creating a recipe book especially for Weight Loss Surgery patients. […]

Kitchen Adventures: More Balls Please

Whilst the meat balls were doing their little meat ball thing in the oven, I decided to make something sweet, a little treat.  I was really happy with last weeks Easter chocolate so here we go again; What you need: Cacao powder, mixed nuts, pitted […]

Kitchen Adventures: All the leftover meat Meat Balls

Lunch on a Sunday – it has to be easy, it has to be yummy and if it helps clear the fridge – even better! We have had a house full over Easter and ANZAC Day.  I cooked more than one chicken – in the […]

Kitchen Adventures: It’s Easter – where’s the Chocolate?!

It is Easter Sunday.  It has been raining off and on all day, the chocolate eggs for the kids are on the dining table and there are photographs of Easter hunts appearing on Facebook. And now I WANT CHOCOLATE! The combination of removing sugar from […]

Whole 30: The Kitchen Adventures Clean Out

Whole 30: The Kitchen Adventures Clean Out

With three days to go until we started our first Whole 30, I did the hardest job – clearing out the pantry.