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  • Cacio e Pepe

    Cacio e Pepe

    By Leonie Young

    Cacio e Pepe is a simple, fast, cheap and delicious pasta meal.  While traditionally it would utilize spaghetti, try it with your favourite pasta.  Duro Pasta is fantastic for this...

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  • Pistachio and Walnut Briouats

    Pistachio and Walnut Briouats

    By Leonie Young

    A simple pastry is a wonder.  These Moroccan-inspired Briouats have all the lovely flavours of pistachios, walnuts, lemon and saffron and are a tasty tea-time treat or a delicious light dessert.

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  • Pork Taco with Pico de Gallo salsa  (Tacos al Pastor)

    Pork Taco with Pico de Gallo salsa (Tacos al Pastor)

    By Leonie Young

    Celebrate International Taco Day on October 4th - or just celebrate tacos!  Our twist on Tacos al Pastor will have you transported straight to Mexico City, and while you need to start...

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  • Lemon Myrtle Melting Moments

    Lemon Myrtle Melting Moments

    By Leonie Young

    Celebrate Naidoc Week by incorporating delicious Australian native ingredients into a delightful Lemon Myrtle Melting Moment.  Perfect baking activity with children these school holidays.

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  • Quick Sambar

    Quick Sambar

    By Leonie Young

    SAMBAR (serves 6 as a side)  This Sambar is the recipe of Susan Kumar.  Sue teaches Indian cooking in our school and this recipe is from her South Indian Vegetarian...

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  • Midweek tagine of chicken and olives

    Midweek tagine of chicken and olives

    By Leonie Young

    With the weather cooling it is time for slow cooking!  This mid week satisfier will help satisfy those comfort food cravings.

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  • Colcannon

    Celebrate St Patrick's Day with our modern Colcannon

    By Leonie Young

    Colcannon is a steadfast stable in Ireland.  Potatoes and cabbage are common and readily available - so combining them seems to be a thing.  While boiled potato and boiled cabbage...

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  • Rainbow Trout with Jamon

    Recipe of the Month - Rainbow trout with Jamón 

    By Leonie Young

    We are celebrating all things Spanish.  What better way to do that but to put together to quintessentially Spanish ingredients - Trout and Jamón.  Serve with a glass of sherry...

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  • Our Modern Take on Salad Nicoise

    Our Modern Take on Salad Nicoise

    By Leonie Young

    Perfect on a plate to share, or individually served, here is our modern take on a salad nicoise recipe. Tapenade takes the place of the olives and capers...

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Our Simple Guide to Miso

Our Simple Guide to Miso

By Leonie Young

When many people think of miso, they often are familiar with miso soup served in Japanese restaurants – or those awful instant miso soup sachets from the supermarket. But...

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Christmas Turkey Tips and Tricks

Christmas Turkey Tips and Tricks

By Leonie Young

Turkey, if over cooked is nothing more than a vehicle for gravy. Contrary to popular belief, birds are not good for roasting whole as the temperature for breast meat and...

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