Vegetarian frittata

For those who don’t know, we have two delightful Isa Brown chickens called Doris and Daphne. We got Daphne first and she’s top hen. She’s also a little older than Doris and her eggs are bigger. I find having two different sized eggs comes in very handy, especially when breaking down recipes into different quantities….

Sometimes it doesn’t have to be hard

Simple doesn’t have to lack flavour, freshness or interest. This is an example of me on the fly, sans time yet still desiring food with flavour. 1 ocean trout fillet 1 teaspoon smoked garlic salt (buy some or make some, it’s my new best friend) Spinach from the garden Congo potatoes (I have a massive…

Macedonion inspired snack

I made this based on something I saw on the Macedonion edition of Food safari a while back. Quick and simple. Sweet tomato paste Anchovies (get good quality ones, not those hairy salty little things in the jar) Chopped fresh basil Parmesan or similar hard cheese Olive oil Bead of your choice (I used rye…

Marinara stew

This meal was borne out of the need to use up various items in the refridgerator before they went off. I hate to waste food so this is what we ended up with. 1 onion – chopped 1 green capsicum cut into thin rings 2 tomatoes – chopped 300g good marninara mix 1/2 cup of…