*CAMPFIRE* SLOW-COOKED ZUCCHINI & TOMATO RAGU

I know I am not the first to say this, but 2016 was a full year. In part this was self-induced by taking on the mammoth task of writing a new cookbook when my oldest child had just started school and youngest still at part-time pre-school. But, for reasons unbeknownst … Read More

A LITTLE FANCY 2-INGREDIENT BLUEBERRY SORBET

I must confess, I am a hoarder. Not necessarily of material things, but of the edible, fill-our-bellies-with-good-food, kind of squirrel. I can’t bear to see food go to waste, especially if it can be easily stored for when it is cold outside and a jar of summer fruit is like … Read More

LITTLE APRICOT CAKES + Sourdough Variation

Nature is such a wonderful mystery. Although I have been gardening in the same garden for over 10 years, every simple year, season for that matter, is different. Sure, there is an underlying rhythm to the seasons but the rest is completely unpredictable. Which in a strange kind of way … Read More

SALTED CARAMEL CHOCOLATES + Gratitude Sourdough Bread

Today I share two recipes for this season of giving. The first is a recipe that featured in my Homegrown Kitchen 2015 Calendar*. You may remember the little stop-motion video my sister Ana and I made (scroll down) of those decadent Salted Caramel Chocolates. The other is a recipe that … Read More

SUPER GREEN BROAD BEAN FALAFEL

Hello summer! The season of abundance and giving, beach and river swims, and regular gatherings with friends and family. Every year I have grand plans of a slower time leading up to Christmas but somehow the calendar fills up with school picnics, end of year events and family barbecues. But … Read More

LEMON & ELDERFLOWER HONEY PUDDINGS

Our lemon tree appears to be falling over. Or at least that is what we thought and propped it up with a sleeper wedge and wires. The reason for its slanted ways was a bit of a mystery as we rarely get high winds and there didn’t seem to be … Read More