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Tray bake chicken marylands with potatoes, olives and haloumi

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This has been adapted from another recipe of mine, making use of ingredients that i had available to me at the time.

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Spinach Rolls

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Miso and orange pork skewers

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Issy’s passionfruit curd muffins

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Jamie Oliver inspired ricotta pesto and roasted cherry tomato fettuccine

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We have nut allergies in our house, this recipe is a perfect way to enjoy the flavour of pesto without making anyone sick. I also love it as i can ...

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Coconut Pavlova

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Citrus Cured Salmon Gravlax

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I love this recipe because you actually have to make it 3 days in advance so basically a few days our form Christmas day you have your starter done.

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Baked Coconut Chicken Curry

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This curry is made so the kids can eat it. Feel free to lace it with as much chilli as you like.

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Blueberry, Yogurt and Lemon Muffins

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This recipe is really more like a cup cake than a muffin, i still use butter instead of vegetable oil.

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Beef ragu with rosemary and porcini

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I know i say this all the time, but make a big batch of this, it’s great with pasta and as a pie filling. It freezes well also. If you ...

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Aromatic Green Chicken Thighs

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Ideally you should allow about 1 hour to marinate the chicken. If you can’t allow that long try to allow 20 minutes.

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chicken potsticker dumplings

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You can by all means use pork mince also int he recipe

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Spiced yogurt lamb cutlets

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The good things about a recipe like this is that you can mix and match your flavours to suits your dish. I also do a version of this recipe for ...

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Florentine tart with chia and sesame pastry

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Note: Pastry is based on  Maggie Beer’s recipe. You can also make mini versions in muffin tins for the school or work munch box

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Apricot Balls

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These are treats in my house, the kids love them but they are high in sugar so they only get made occasionally. I am road testing some that takes out ...

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Chicken broth (stock)

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In my book home made  chicken stock should be a staple in every fridge. it can be used in so much and is so good for you. – Soups – ...

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Beet root , apple, goats cheese and walnut salad

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Beet roots are available Sept – May Apples are at their best in Autumn, March – May

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Asparagus salad

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    Available in Australia Early September – March

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Lunch box calzone

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I make these for my husband to take to work, i ahem also made mini ones for my kids lunch box. I love them because i make a whole batch ...

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Pineapple and coconut muffins

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Passionfruit Muffins

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Three easy yoghurt dips for kids (Tzatziki, beetroot, basil)

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These dips are my afternoon tea staple. Also great for school lunch boxes with a bag of chopped veggies. Either way they are healthy and filling.

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Spelt spaghetti with parsley, chilli, olives and pecorino

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I wrote this recipe in support of Meat Free Week 23rd-29th March 2015. It also made a super lunch today!

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Cocoa Pancakes

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these are really easy and you can make the batter the night before if you want to give them to your kids for break before school.

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Tim’s favourite lamb cutlets

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Chicken Pie

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Maggie Beer’s Beautiful sour cream pastry is perfect for this pie and really simple to make. I make extra and freeze it.  Of course you can use bought shortcrust pastry ...

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Christmas Florentines

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The origin of these beautiful biscuits is not clear. Some believe it’s Italy, other say it originated as a biscuit to have with tea with Austria and others proclaim to ...

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Orange Shortbread

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I make shortbread every year at Christmas. For many reason, one because wrapped in a presentation box or bag they make lovely edible gifts. the second because my kids can ...

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Spiced Nuts

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Summer Christmas Cake

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As far as Christmas cakes go this ones is pretty easy. It’s dense and rich and really reminds me of Christmas especially if you add the splash of spiced rum.

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Home made cranberry sauce

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This sauce is really easy to make and only takes a little over 30 minutes. What’s left over you can put into sterilised jars and give as gifts.

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Prawn and Mango Lettuce cups

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            This canape or entree only had a few ingredients and is so easy to make and  highlights all the seasons hero ingredients.

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Beet root relish

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Onion Jam

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Home made tortillas

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Slow cooked chilli con carne

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Red Curry Salmon Cakes

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This dish came to me when i need something really tasty and on the table quickly.

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Tomato and fennel salad with avocado dressing

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This salad is so easy and literally has 4 ingredients plus the dressing. It came to me as i foraged around the Noosa Farmers Market

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Middle eastern beef stew

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Quick lime and coconut chicken

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Chicken and noodle temple soup

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Apple and pear crumble cakes

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Carrot and honey cupcakes

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Chocolate and chia porridge

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Kale and almond pesto

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Labna (Yogurt cheese)

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Labna is a middle eastern staple, made when you remove the excess whey from salted yogurt. You can flavour it many different ways. 

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Autumn Minestrone

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This dish should really be made the long and slow way. 

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Lime and coconut cake

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Little beet root cakes

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Asparagus and shallot frittata

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Healthy Anzac biscuits

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These guys don’t have any sugar at all in them. for sweetness i’ve used Rice Malt and some honey.

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Raw tomato pasta

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BBQ sunshine coast haloumi with grilled peaches

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I came up with it when i returned from the Noosa Farmers Market with some wonderful local produce. These ingredients where no exception.

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Faux Caesar Salad

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The salad’s creation is generally attributed to restaurateur Caesar Cardini, an Italian immigrant who operated restaurants in Mexico and the United States.[1] Cardini was living in San Diego but also working in Tijuana where he avoided the restrictions ...

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Gluten free Raspberry and raw cacao brownie

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Of course you can substitute the GF flour with plain flour and the raw cacao with cooking cacao.

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No fuss Falafels

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Sweet potato salad

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Chicken meatballs with basil, parmesan and pine nuts

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More ideas: I serve these with a sweet potato salad or they make a great spaghetti and meatballs with a nice tomato sauce. or make them bigger and have them ...

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Veal with Eggplant

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Raw Cacao Muffins

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Apple and Maple Syrup Muffins

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DIY Ketchup

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I am obsessed with  anything that can be bottled and i am always trying my hand with different preserves and chutneys etc. A little while ago i made my first ...

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Celebration tomato tart

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I came up with the recipe when i started to feel like the best of the summers ingredients were beginning to hide behind the new arrivals of the autumn produce. ...

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Green Pie

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This lovely pie came about when i went fossicking around my veggie patch. Things just kept jumping out at me and before i knew it i had this. Of course ...

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Spinach Salad with a balsamic and honey dressing

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This salad is a meal in itself and very easy to eat. It’s great with BBQ or  roasted lamb or a lovely accompaniment with chicken skewers. It’s also pretty versatile,  ...

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Roasted beetroot, persian feta and candied walnut salad

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The beets can be made ahead of time or even the day prior.

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Very Quick Mushroom Risotto

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  NOTE: Your risotto should be the consistency that it will run off your spoon but not so runny it’s like a soup.

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Tomato and Chorizo Soup

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Potato, bean and Cherry Tomato Salad

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All these ingredients can be grown in your backyard with little effort and a lot of TLC!

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Spiced pumpkin soup

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Peppers, feta and parsley salad

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I love it in winter when you can still enjoy salads. I also love it when they have so few ingredients but still taste great.

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Mixed pepper stew

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Lamb racks with a puttanesca crust

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Vietnamese chicken salad

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If you are time poor and don’t won’t to be bothered poaching the chicken it works really well using a good quality BBQ chook. Just shred it and away you ...

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BBQ pork chops with grilled peaches

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Please source good quality free range, hormone free pork. I ideally would use organic pork chops but it can be a bit harder to come by. If my organic butcher ...

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Whole butterflied curried chicken

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An old have – Spaghetti and meatballs

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A dish like this is completely open to adding what you like and adjusting the flavours to your tastes and one night mum and i did just that.

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Mums prawn and pea pasta

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Slow braised balsamic lamb

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Home made baked beans

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What’s not to love!

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Baked chicken in verjuice

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Home made baked beans

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Whats not to Love!

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Stuffed Capsicums (Bell Peppers)

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Tales From A Kitchen Gardener

Here we are again, the beginning of a new term. Everyone is fresh and eager to get their minds and bodies back into the land of learning. I have to say I’m no different. Week two, term 4. Full of enthusiasm I leapt into the shop front of the Northey Street Nursery, ready to buy […]

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Kids Connecting With Nature

Kids Connecting With Nature ‘To forget how to dig the earth and to tend the soil is to forget ourselves’. ~Mahatma Gandhi In today’s world we seem to be programming our kids to a world of structure and routine and to a phrenetic paced lifestyle. Down time almost seems taboo, allowing our kids time to […]

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Australian Natives: Lemon Myrtle

Many of us don’t think to use Australian Native plants in our cooking. They are slowly becoming a little bit more accessible to us with nurseries and garden shops now selling them. Lemon Myrtle is probably the most commonly used of the bush foods. It is grown naturally between Brisbane and Rockhampton, most commonly around […]

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More than just a good taste………..

For many of us spices are just apart of our culinary repertoire. But for generations spices have been used in some cultures for their medicinal properties and the word is spreading. Spices can be used to assist in the treatment and recovery of ailments, injuries and detoxing just to name a few. Turmeric for example […]

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The Maggie Beer Foundation

One of Australia food greats, Maggie Beer has launched the Maggie Beer Foundation ‘A good food life for all’.  Maggie, 2010’s recipient of Senior Australian of the Year has passionately undertaken the quest to better improve food in aged care. Maggie believes that the pleasure of good, nutritional food should be available to all people regardless […]

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The Little Veggie Patch Co gardening cards

        These ‘How to gardening cards’ by the Little Veggie Patch Co are perfect for the home gardener. These guys have made a business out of setting people up with their own raised vegetable garden beds at their homes, giving more people the ability to grow their own kitchen gardens.  These cards […]

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Noosa Farmers Market

The Sunshine Coast is just bursting with great food and produce and whilst my expectation for my recent visit to the Noosa Farmers Market was filled with anticipation for the amazing fruit and veg, i was more excited to find the most wonderful artisan producers. I found myself laden with buffalo haloumi, garlic infused olive […]

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Home Grown

                There is no greater satisfaction than going to your own garden and picking salads and veggies for your next meal. I know i seem to bang on about it but it’s so healthy for your family on  so many levels to be able to to this. Your […]

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Maleny Dairies

On a recent visit to the Maleny Dairies my girls and i had a great morning seeing this beautiful local sunshine coast farm. The 3rd generation business showed off their beautiful property nestled in lush, green Maleny countryside. the cows where so content and happy you couldn’t help but want to go out and buy […]

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Pop Up Patch

This is a yarn I have been looking forward to telling for a while. On a recent visit to Melbourne I visited Federation Square’s Pop Up Patch. Melbourne based Matthew Pember and Fabian Capomolla of the Little Veggie Patch Co’s passion for a more sustainable, greener lifestyle led them to embark on this idea and […]

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