Here’s my “soup of the week” and it just happens to be one of my favorites, Donna Hay’s recipe that I have reproduced many, many times from her Modern Classics cook book. A rustic soup that is very easy to make and taste’s delicious! The Dijon mustard and the brandy are divine with the sweet onion flavor, excuse me … More French Onion Soup!
This is not my recipe! It belongs to a clever cook/chef named Emma Braz who had shared this awesome recipe on taste.com.au, I took one look and knew I had to recreate this great simple dish, using some home grown produce – coriander, spinach, mint and parsley! My hubby is the best guinea pig he will try anything I cook and … More Beef kofta with tomato & mint quinoa salad!
Easily mistaken for salmon, ocean trout is the same color and once cut into fillets they do look similar, but that where its stops as far as I am concerned. The trout are more of an adult fish, a bit more grown up than the salmon, it’s tender and less sweet as salmon but full of delicious … More Ocean trout!
Another week, another soup, today’s soup is inspired by one of my favorite chefs, the wonderful Donna Hay. My hubby gave me a 12 month subscription the Donna Hay magazine about 6 years ago which is where it all started for me! I have collected so many of her cook books since but there are two that I … More Tomato & Basil Soup with cheesy toasts!
Kangaroo Steak or fillet is just so delicious, it has a slight gamey flavor, I wouldn’t say strong but a robust flavor and not to mention versatile to cook, BBQ, grill, casserole, bake or stir fry, options are endless. Cooking kangaroo can be a little tricky as you don’t want to overcook it which can make it tough and chewy, but you don’t … More Kangaroo!
Don’t you just love calamari, this versatile seafood has always been a popular choice for starters and main meals in pubs and restaurants for years. Fried, crumbed, stir fried, sauteed, salt & pepper style or on pizza or in a pasta, we love it. I regularly have some in the freezer as it’s super cheap, supermarket delis sell squid … More Calamari!
The cold weather is on it’s way and nothing else can warm the cockles more than a homemade soup. Served with Gruyere toasts or a crusty roll a soup can be a meal in itself, meaty, veggie, hearty, chunky or smooth I hope to make one soup a week, I will endeavor to keep them very different and hopefully I can … More Carrot soup!