After eating without thinking for four decades, suddenly the word Coeliac entered my life, which in turn brought two other words. Gluten. Free. This blog tracks my personal food journey and experiences. I hope you enjoy it.
Monthly archive April, 2011
Slow cooked lamb shanks

Slow cooked lamb shanks

Firstly some helpful forward planning information. My Dad is a very diligent weather checker (I am too. Maybe it’s genetic). He can tell you the weather forecast at any point in the day. Often in multiple cities. Now he has an iPhone he will possibly know the forecast of the...READ ON»
The Gluten Free Expo - book it in

The Gluten Free Expo – book it in

This has got to be an expo of love. Love of food you can eat without getting sick. Love of being around a like minded group of individuals. The potential love of finding a new product or person that will make gluten free life easier. Sure it’s not Woodstock, but...READ ON»
Oh Hainan Chicken Rice..how I love thee..

Oh Hainan Chicken Rice..how I love thee..

I’m not sure I want to tell you where to get this amazing dish, as maybe I’ll never get a table again. But I’ll take a risk and get you onto it. This version of Hainan Chicken Rice is made by Kelvin at the Hobbit Cafe in North Bondi. It is...READ ON»
Penne with proscuitto & asparagus

Penne with proscuitto & asparagus

This recipe has been modified from Chic Simple Cooking, by Kim Johnson Gross/Jeff Stone. It’s not a gluten free cookbook, but it’s one of my favourites. For the authors, this recipe is an addiction. Every week they go to the same restaurant (Lucky Strike in Soho) and order the same dish. “We...READ ON»
The best Beef Bearnaise - by Gianni

The best Beef Bearnaise – by Gianni

This recipe comes from one of my best buddies Gianni. It’s not his real name, but it’s what I call him. He calls me Goreng so there you go. He is the absolute master of this dish, and has taught me everything I need to know about it. Even down...READ ON»