I love the colours of this breakfast. It’s bright and always makes me happy.
I love a big breakfast on the weekend and this one is very satisfying! There are a lot of elements, but you don’t have to cook all of them and they all go together beautifully.
This is one of those satisfying quick recipes, so many flavourful high-quality baked beans on the market. Great to keep one in the pantry!
Ensure you sear the scallops in a scorching-hot pan. The shell aren’t always available, so wash the shells & save them for next time.
My favourite alfresco dish has to be a flame-grilled steak! Buy the best-quality meat and eat a little less so you know you’re eating sustainable, high-welfare beef.
This is a great winter soup as it’s rich and satisfying.
Scotland is well known for its high-quality Black Angus, and the Scots for their love of a hearty stew and fine whisky, so I’ve combined all three. We have fantastic-quality Black Angus in Australia and with winter’s chill on our doorstep, this is a perfect hearty dinner.
A muffin is always great for an energy-boosting snack. And they are so easy to grab-and-go when you need to get out the door quickly. You can freeze these muffins for a couple of months, too. Make sure they are tightly wrapped in cling wrap so they don’t get frost-bitten.
This deliciously rich and warming curry will feed your soul and satisfy your belly. It’s a great one to freeze as well.
Not only is chicken noodle soup perfect to batch make. Keep it in the fridge for up to 5 days or pop it straight in the freezer!
It’s simple to make Greek-style souvlaki at home. You just need a great Greek spice mix and a flame to cook over.
Farro is a great grain to use in tabbouleh and it has a nice chewy texture. I’ve used Tomberry tomatoes and left them whole because they look so good and they pop in your mouth when you bite into them. These tiny tomato varieties are more readily available now.
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