I have been following Moons' blog, Bits and Pieces for some time now and read her post on a traditional form of Chai style tea that originated from Calcutta, as well as the beautiful traditions that surround this drink and its preparation. She's challenged the blogging community to write about a drink that is a… Continue reading Cook Eat Repeat Challenge – Healthy Breakfast Eggnog
It is easy to find inspiration for something different to prepare when sifting through old recipe books, isn't it?
Wanting to feed some good comfort home bake that will be appreciated by all ages. I will share the recipe with you here.
If you live in the North, you are heading straight into winter, so a hearty warm casserole that can utilize leftovers, is just the ticket! The Taste of Poland!
Traditional Waffles from the West Coast of Norway - so deilicous. Try to just have one - I dare you!
Trying to get teens to eat anything green/healthy/vegetable/fibrous and they will run a mile, in the opposite direction, so the secret to this recipe is that it looks like a sweet cake in appearance, (first duplicitous maneuver ) and it tastes like the junk food on offer at most food outlets, but is not.
In my husband's family, it is a tradition to have morning tea. That is, a cup of hot tea with a scone, or two, with butter or jam. My husband's paternal grandmother was a brilliant farmhouse cook and used an old wood burning stove; one that was without thermostat, temperature gauge. And everything was cooked to perfection. Wouldn't we all love that skill? I am going to share a simple and 'NEVER FAIL,' Family recipe, (and variations), so that your kitchen will RULE when it comes to morning teas.
This is a very easy recipe, one you really can't muck it up, even if you add the ingredients together in the wrong order. It takes around an hour from start to finish, including time for cooling out of the oven. No icing is required and the kids and parents at the Playgroup gobbled it… Continue reading Chocolate Brownies – so Quick and Easy ‘No-Nuts’ Recipe
We must take advantage of blueberries when they are in season, and if you live in my corner of Australia, that is right now. They are cheap as chips and so good for you, protecting against diseases and ageing, as well as helping to metabolise carbohydrates, proteins and fats, which is excellent if you are wanting to loose weight