When I first posted about my family’s new eating ideas, here, my sister recommended A Modern Way to Eat as a good introduction to tasty, vegetarian cooking. I needed all the help I could get, so dutifully went out and bought it straight away, and I’m so glad I did. Anna Jones is a protege of … Continue reading Cooking the Books – A Modern Way to Eat by Anna Jones
For more than a decade I’ve been dreaming of the Chickpea Bake from Melbourne’s humble restaurant treasure, Moroccan Soup Bar. If you are in Melbourne, go there for the earthy, inclusive and unpretentious experience, packed with happy diners and chatter, and taste, first hand, the unforgettable flavours and intoxicating aromas. This modest establishment has been my favourite Melbourne … Continue reading Cooking the Books – Moroccan Soup Bar: Recipes of a Spoken Menu by Hana Assafiri
I have absolutely loads of cook books, many, I’m embarrassed to admit, I have never used. I am so easily seduced by the mood in the book shop, drool-worthy images, mouth-watering descriptions and the tactile feel of quality paper stock. I’m carried away by the lifestyle images and not really thinking about weeknight rushed cooking in my cramped … Continue reading Cooking the Books.
I recycle household waste, compost food scraps and give our old clothes to the charity shop. I try to champion animal welfare and support worthy charities. You’ll find me at the greengrocer checking for locally and seasonally grown produce. When my own hens aren’t laying, I’ve even been known to check up on just how … Continue reading Socially Responsible Product Round-up – changing the world one toilet roll at a time.