Funky Tools and Sassy Tuna

Tuna steak with curly sweet potato fries and gluten-free lamb sausages

I’m having a sleepy day. I went to bed sleepy (naturally), woke up sleepy, and now I’m contemplating duct taping my eyelids open. Read More

Norwegian Meatballs (that will leave you wondering why you ever ate the Swedish ones..)

At 00.50 tonight my parents will be touching down on Australian soil for the first time ever. They’re mid-air as we speak, and no doubt dreaming of sunny days and never-ending beaches in the magical land of Oz. Read More

Good Bye 2012, Hello Mud Crab Tagliatelle!


“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language,
and next year’s words await another voice.”
T.S Eliot


Each New Year’s Eve I seem to find myself in a remarkably different place or situation than I could have possibly foreseen the year before. Read More

Keep a herb garden

herb garden

Keep a herb garden, it’s a very good idea. Sure the watering will drive you crazy, but you can pop out and collect fresh, flavorful herbs at any time for any meal.

I use it in hot food, salads, breads, drinks, desserts, decoration, you name it.

Not only will herbs lift the flavor of whatever you’re cooking, it will probably also lift your health. And maybe your mood. It works for meπŸ™‚ Read More

Pasta, not porrige

GF pasta

Just thought I’d mentionΒ that I found a good pasta brand.

I hate mushy, soggy, wet and overcooked pasta. Pasta that swells up and fills the pot, disappears through the strainer and dissolves when you try to stab at it with your fork.

San Remo does it better. I really like their fettuccine. Al dente, at last.

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