Monthly Archives: November 2016

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no-churn salted dulce de leche ice-cream with salted caramel chocolate

The first time I had dulce de leche (read: dool-seh-deh-LEH-cheh) was when was I was in the US. Dulce de leche literally translates to “Jam (or sweet) made of milk”, and is…

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shanghai style stir-fried udon | review of corningware retroflam cookware

It is no secret that I am a big fan of the Corningware Retroflam series of cookware. I cook A LOT, and after having gone through many, many non-stick cookware…

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brandy custard

Christmas is around the corner and I am starting to plan my Christmas menu. I was looking for something that is familiar, yet different. While browsing through Donna Hay’s recipes,…

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kuhlbarra barramundi – it’s chilli outside

In a world that is filled with super busy parents, sometimes, getting a plate of something nutritious and tasty on the table for dinner can be a struggle. In the…

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zucchini and potato fritters with garlic yogurt | Review Of Corningware Retroflam Cookware

What is it about most children? Why do they develop an aversion to anything that is green (aka, vegetables) at such a young age? When my kids were younger, they…

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pastrami corned beef hand pies & product sponsorship by Kelly’s

I have always believed in the importance of home-cooked food because I know exactly what is (and isn’t) going into my food. This is especially true since the kids came along. …