Oct 22, 2013

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Gozleme – Spinach & Feta Filled Savoury Turkish Pastries

If you live in Sydney, Gozleme are something that you’ll be familiar with as they’re cooked and served at just about every local market. It’s common to see stalls manned by white-scarved Turkish woman rolling out pastry, stuffing them with a variety of fillings before griddling them to golden brown perfection. Our local Saturday market […]

Oct 15, 2013


Sour Cherry Pie

It’s been a while since I posted a sweet recipe. I try to refrain from making cakes and sweet treats unless we have company, otherwise there are far too many leftovers lurking around tempting me. A few weeks ago I needed to make a dessert to take to a family dinner and I was craving […]

Oct 8, 2013

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Broad Bean, Pea & Dill Risotto

I’m always on the look out for new risotto combinations, and lets face it there are a lot of them out there, some good and some great. This one goes into the great category. It’s wonderful on its own or paired with some grilled fish. I know in Italy risotto is never served as a […]

Oct 1, 2013

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Tetsuya’s Grilled Miso Marinated Salmon – Saikyo Yaki

Tetsuya Wakuda, one of Australia’s most celebrated chefs, is quick to point out that this recipe for Saikyo Yaki ┬áis not an invention of his but a dish that has been around for hundreds of years. Any firm fleshed fish can be used and in Japan it would be more traditionally made using white fish. […]