Chilled Pea, Mint and Lettuce soup

  Soup instantly brings to mind the colder months of the year, but I think there is something that we are missing out on by restricting it to only being a warm meal.  Cold soup can be a fabulous aperitif, an essence that perfectly starts a meal when you are entertaining with a touch of…

The Kelvin Grove Village Markets

I thought it was time to share with you another photo montage of the latest foodie treasure I’ve discoved in Brisbane.  I’ve become a bit of regular since visiting the Kelvin Grove Village Market and discovering good food from a variety of stall holders with great produce.   It’s a great little treat to visit, and…

the green and gold goodness of Australia Day

It’s Australia Day today…and I view it as an opportunity to do what Australian’s do best… eat, drink and be merry! It’s highly likely that one in every two Australian’s are lighting up the BBQ today, but its been raining in Brisbane for the past 24 hours and it’s not looking like its going to…

Mediterranean Flavoured Green Tomato Pasta Sauce

Green tomatoes make me think of pickles, and from there I really struggle to come up with ideas of what on earth to do with them because the pickles are just that good.  What do I do when I don’t have enough to make pickles though??? Thanks to Lifestyles of the Organised I have found…

Leah’s Version of Asian Coleslaw

Its summer in Australia, and to me that means salads.  Crisp fresh vegetables, salad leaves and lots of them.  The thing is that you very quickly get bored with making the same three options and so I find myself looking for inspiration continuously.  Lucky me, I didn’t have to go too far for this idea. …