Easter Recipes to Get Your Tastebuds Watering

Sharing The Food We Love has some delicious Easter recipes that I thought I would share with you again as some of them are almost as old as this blog is. Do you get a mountain of chocolate and you’re not sure what to do with it?  Make yourself some of this delicious Easter Egg Brownie…

6 Foodie Techniques I Want To Master in 2014

I’m not a timid cook.  Whilst I may have had a stubborn teenage moment, I grew up baking and being in Mum’s kitchen, and as the years have gone on I’ve gone from being a basic follow a recipe only kind of cook to a more confident ready to create my own versions of recipes…

December’s Our Growing Edge and A Happy First Birthday

Many of us make new years resolutions with the intention of kicking goals and changing our lives to match a vision in our heads.  Our Growing Edge was a vision that Genie over at Bunny. Eats. Design had about this time last year as a way to push foodie boundaries and encourage people to try…

The Cookbook Guru for January: Tessa Kiros’ Falling Cloudberries

Happy New Year! It’s January, and that means easing ourselves into summer proper here in Brisbane and relaxing a little after the craziness of the celebration season.  I couldn’t think of  a better book to do this with that Tessa Kiros’ Falling Cloudberries.  No matter your climate, I’m sure there will be a recipe here…

Liquid Gold in Your Kitchen Cupboard

If you check out the cupboard above my stove you will see it groaning under the weight of dozens of bottles.  These bottles hold very special liquids to my kitchen, the magic flavours that with a splash here, a dash there and the latest stir fry or salad has the final dressing to wow our…

You are Invited To Join The Cookbook Guru

Hello! I would like to officially invite you to join The Cook Book Guru on Sharing the Food We Love.  I thought it was high time that we started to share and talk about some of our delicious foodie experiences by exploring cook books together and collaborating with a monthly round-up of what we’ve learnt,…

The Quinoa Files

It’s gotten to the point over the past few weeks that I’m cooking with Quinoa so much I thought it was worth a little roundup of the different recipes I’ve created.  Quinoa (keenwah) is really such a versatile grain, and I like knowing that its better for me to eat than rice when I load…

Fresh and Light by Donna Hay

In the spirit of trying new recipes and getting my kitchen out of the usual rut I’m embarking on a project of sorts.  I’ve set myself the challenge of cooking at least 30 of the 180 recipes out of the latest Donna Hay cookbook in attempt to expand my repertoire.  It seems like time to…

Awesome Zucchini & Corn Fritters

I’ve posted a previous recipe of zucchini and corn fritters over a year ago, but a lot has happened in my kitchen in 12 months time, so I thought it was time to share an updated version of this recipe I’ve just recently tried, which just happens to be gluten and dairy free…. and dare…

Make Your Own Baking Powder

As I start to delve deeper into my baking I’m coming to the realisation that a lot of people suffer from allergies or intolerences of some kind that really restricts their diet.  Fortunately it doesn’t have to restrict your taste buds, as there is also some seriously creative cooks out there divising some great ways…

Special Herbs and Spices in My Kitchen

For me learning to cook with herbs and spices is something that has come only with experience in the kitchen.  I started out very quietly and uncertain of what I was doing, where now I’m quite happy to be putting handfuls of this and handfuls of that in if I think it will suit the…

The Monkey Cake, Part One: The Cake & The Story

We had a birthday in our house this month, and along with that, a special visitor from Adelaide, my friend Sonia.  The combination of the two was perfect, as Sonia was an old housemate of mine, someone who has a mutual love of food and also someone who has been spending a bit of time…