CHEWY APRICOT MUESLI BARS + Chocolate Drizzle

Chewy Chocolate Muesli Bars | HOMEGROWN KITCHEN

After 9 years and 6000 copies sold, Feeding Little Tummies (including the first edition, Cooking for your Child) is no longer in print. Last week I sent out my last hard copy of Feeding Little Tummies, and unfortunately there are no plans to reprint (however, a digital version may be … Read More

CAULIFLOWER & THYME CRUMBLE

Cauliflower & Thyme Crumble | HOMEGROWN KITCHEN

It was a typical Saturday morning. After a slow start we meander down to the market to top-up on produce and eat lunch in the sun. My first stop is Brent & Kevin’s stall – Grown in Hope – and I am literally stopped in my tracks. There is little … Read More

HAZELNUT & CHOCOLATE CREME POTS + My 2016 Calendar is HERE!

HAZELNUT & CHOCOLATE CREME POTS | Homegrown Kitchen

It may seem early to be sharing my 2016 Calendar withyou today being (only just) August 2015. However, since I wrote and photographed the recipes for the calendar in February, I have already been waiting a long time to share it with you. After the success of my self-published 2015 … Read More

SUPER-BOOST WINTER SLAW

Super-boost Winter Slaw | HOMEGROWN KITCHEN

It all begins with the humble cabbage. We love all things cruciferous around here – kale (here, here and here), Brussels sprouts, broccoli and cauliflower, but really, the humble cabbage is probably the most under-rated superfood around. It is rarely out-of-season, easy to find and can be used in numerous … Read More

SLOW-ROASTED HAZELNUT MILK

Slow-Roasted Hazelnut Milk | HOMEGROWN KITCHEN

I recently received some humbling feedback from one of my cooking workshop attendees… “Thank you so much for the cooking workshop, Wow I have been buzzing ever since! It was great to be able to meet and talk with you, and fantastic to see the integrity that you approach this … Read More

WILD MUSHROOM & BUCKWHEAT PILAF + Winter Pesto

Wild Mushroom & Buckwheat Pilaf | HOMEGROWN KITCHEN

We have this fabulous little farmers’ market in the middle of the week I attend almost every week without fail. I arrive empty-handed and leave with bags bursting at the seams with an array of produce to compliment what is growing in our garden. Purchasing food straight from the source … Read More