Recipes for Chilli Jam & Chilli Oil
Victorian Walnuts are in season!! Easy and highly nutritious, there are many sources which indicate that a handful of walnuts is a simple substitute for your daily multivitamin tablet. Given all the hype that has surrounded the use vitamin supplements lately, I'm more than happy to let my kids munch on a few walnuts while I … Continue reading Walnut Season
In anticipation of all the fabulous festivities which will accompany Australia day, we have sparked up the creativity in the H&T Kitchen, and added little pizazz to the humble lamington. Bonzer!!! Dinky-di (original) Lamingtons were first created through an accident at work by a maid-servant to Lord Lamington, the thoroughly-British (pommy) eighth Governor of Queensland. … Continue reading Berrylicious Lamingtons
You can use roast pork left overs to create these marvellous morsels on any given day. They're perfect with a glass of wine after a long day's work. But if you're planning to cater for a large number of people, We recommend you use the following recipe. The pork tenderloin is the perfect size for … Continue reading Roast Pork Canapé
There are a few good reasons for choosing this particular cut of pork. Firstly, as the name suggests...it is tender. It comes in a convenient size, around 450g, which is enough for two (plus a delicious left-overs sandwich). Pork tenderloin cuts are lean. They contain only marginally more fat than skinless chicken breast fillet, but are … Continue reading Roast Pork Tenderloin with Quinoa & Cherry Salad
Flaky parcels inspired by the Middle East!
At least twice a week, I try to have a high-omega day. By this, I mean that I will eat fish for lunch and dinner, and try to eat some flax or chia seeds somewhere during the day. The benefits of eating fish are well documented, so I needn't go into detail. But if you … Continue reading The Low-Down on Omega