It’s rhubarb season in my corner of world right now.
After passing over its crimson stalks at a many a farmer’s market, I finally decided to cook with rhubarb for the first time and do some recipe testing at the same time for an upcoming edition of my food and …
This week my Facebook feed has been overflowing up with pictures from my first time parent friends as their kids take the first step away from the nest and embark on the great adventure of life.
This is me aged 5 ½ on my very …
Happy New Year! I hope you had all had a lovely Christmas and enjoyed the holidays.
For me, I managed to lose track of the days for a little while which is always a sign of a great holiday. Long summer afternoons were spent with family in NSW and included …
Yes indeed, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. It’s party season in my corner of the world – how about yours?
I dreamt up this Christmas themed ice cream cake on one hot summer afternoon recently in Melbourne. It followed a rather trying attempt at shoe shopping in …
Back in October when I was in the thick of uni assignments and exams that I thought were never going to end, an unexpected gift dropped into my comments box.
A simple message accompanied the gift.
“I have a mulberry tree in the backyard and decided to cook a pie. I found this recipe and …
There’s nothing more satisfying than reaching that elusive light at the end of the tunnel is there?
I’ve just finished 16 long weeks of my last university semester for the year and can scarcely believe I’m already half-way through my writing degree. Phew!
It’s a lovely feeling of relief, especially …Continue Reading →
One of the lovely things about writing a magazine food and wine column is that I get to regularly meet and interview local artisan producers and inspirational entrepreneurs. Amongst those are fabulous women like Phillippa Grogan who so generously gave me her time to answer …Continue Reading →
In just two short hours I’ve left the green rolling parks and lush beer gardens of a warm London summer far behind and I am gliding over the arid dessert, salmon pink houses and swathes of olive tree farms of Morocco.
They say that Marrakech is an ‘assault on the …Continue Reading →
Are you looking for a little winter escape this weekend just perhaps?
There’s something magical about rugging up and heading to the mountains in the dead of winter.
Just over an hour out of Melbourne, lush green rolling hills dotted with Friesian cows and weatherboard farm houses give way to …Continue Reading →