Chicken patties, beef ravioli with char-grilled vegetables, and fresh cherries with spring onion

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Spring has always been a time for green shoots, rebirth, recovery and hope, however, this year is different and difficult. Everyone hope to have a good healthy life without Corona Virus is more important right now than it’s ever been. Food is a state of mind. Let’s get creative…

Roast chicken with turkey rice stuffing and warm cauliflowers, cherries and mushrooms salad in Moroccan vinaigrette

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Google: “Thanksgiving is a national holiday celebrated on various dates in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Grenada, Saint Lucia, and Liberia, and the sub-national entities Leiden, Norfolk Island, and Puerto Rico. It began as a day of giving thanks and sacrifice for the blessing of the harvest and of…

Prawn pumpkin lemon posset

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Don’t Be Deceived The spotted dragonfly is pretty insect with speckled outer wings and a splotch of bright red on it’s inner wings that flashes when it flies. But it’s beauty is a bit deceptive. This insect is considered invasive which means it has the potential to harm the…

Pumpkin cheesecake fruits bread

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I discovered that I have some fruits that I make New Year Trifle right in side my fridge. I don’t like throwing away. I have use them to add in to this cake. I originally intended to just bake pumpkin cheesecake. Since its enough to be added into the…

Egg noodles pasta mussels and vegetables in butter and white wine sauce

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Many people rely on seafood as their primary source of protein which also contains less fat than other animal protein sources. Search google: “Seafood is generally low in cholesterol, which is important for heart health. It’s rich in vitamins and minerals including iodine, zinc, potassium, and vitamin B”. Here,…

Aperol craisin cake

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Are you going to spook the neighbourhood or you are getting spook by your neighbourhood kids? How about celebrating Halloween with a twist from Guinness cake to Aperol craisin cake for a change of flavour, uhm! boost your alcohol to a slightly brighter chocolate, rosemary and fig scary face…

Rump, eggplant chips, cucumbers, cherries and mayo carrots

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Felt like having red meat. Went to get some steaks and bought sundried capsicum. Got eggplant, cucumber and cherries tomatoes that is about to expired. So I use them. A simple no hassle meal. Not much of spice just rosemary homegrown. It’s a lazy method. You would at time…

Baked sweet ricotta cheese in thickened milk

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I have recreated this recipe from?+PIYALI SEKHAR MUTHA /My Tryst With Food And Travel?. She always gives me such beautifully cooked and photographed recipe; like this one. It’s my first time trying out. Overall, I am happy it turned out well. However, I could have use less cheese: 250…

Helen’s Paella Valencia and marinated drumettes with bourbon sauce

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Use drumettes, fennel and sweet white wine. Made by Helen I watched Jamie Oliver cooking TV program, I decided to try make Paella Valencia. I have recreated his recipe as I don’t have the same ingredients that he use in the cooking program. I have added marinated drumettes with…

Aperol, guinness, chocolate-mint with cream cheese and strawberries cake

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I have recreated Nigella Lawson Guinness stout cake. Her link is attached at the bottom; if you want to use her idea and recipe. I have my own idea and with her idea. Sooooo, keen to experiment and being creative, I mix it with Aperol and add chocolate mint to…

Home style chicken burger, sweet potato, potato, kale chips and salads

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Through a new lens It must be amazing to look at a picture and see the individual houses instead of just a blur of grey! my optometrist said. I got my new glasses and am pleased that they changed the way I saw everything, making the blurry beautiful. But…

Black rice, minced beef and vegetables shakshuka

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Finally I made shakshuka. Out there, there are many shakshuka on the website. I know shakshuka is poached eggs in tomato sauce and eaten with bread. It’s a Middle Eastern breakfast. I trust it can be eaten anytime of the day. It can be shakshuka with spices and chilli.…

Chicken burger on a bed of salads, baked mushrooms, potatoes and cherries

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When you are tired and hungry, automatically your mind will think why not order takeaway. Considering the delivery will take between 30-35 minutes to deliver your food. Why not make your own with ready bought frozen food which you can make just the same time as the delivery of…

Edam cheese Porterhouse baked Brussel sprouts on a bed of salads

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Tales of buried treasure have captured imaginations for centuries, though such discoveries rarely happen. Its must be amazing to be able to find the treasure right? The buried treasure here is the salad, Brussel sprouts, carrots, sundried tomatoes and steaks. What do you think about my buried treasure? In…

Mexican fiery beans and chorizo baked pasta

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Do you feel at time you wanted to be in a place or food from other country? I don’t know about you craving. However, I do have craving for it. I also like to mix my food craving together. Today, I have craving for spicy Mexican beans and pasta.…

Apple cider pork chop, baked mustard pear, kale, mushrooms and tomatoes

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I had not have pork chop for ages since my last pork chop experience. It’s dry tough rubbery chop. I admit despite many kitchen disasters and got sick of burnt and not delicious meal after meal. So, I started paying closer attention to actual recipes with eager effort to…

Bernaise sauce

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Recreated Bernaise sauce. Made by Helen What is Bernaise sauce? Google: “?It is a sauce made of clarified butter emulsified in egg yolks and white wine vinegar and flavored with herbs. It is considered to be a “child” of the mother Hollandaise sauce, one of the five mother sauces…

Strawberry jelly posset with berries and cream

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Felt like having posset and strawberry jelly. I have some blueberries, strawberries and strawberry cream. So, I though let be creative combined them in one glass. “A posset is an old-fashioned English dessert which has the texture of a creamy mousse or pudding. It’s egg-free custard comes together by…

Lime posset with savioardi and blueberries

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Google: What Is A Posset? A posset is an old-fashioned English dessert which has the texture of a creamy mousse or pudding. It’s egg-free custard comes together by combining sugar, cream, and citrus juice. No eggs, gelatin, flour, or cornstarch are needed, the posset thickens without any of them.…