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.
Posts tagged "Dinners"
Beef tagine

Beef tagine

I like pretty much every food in every food group. Except prunes. There’s something about their texture and appearance that I’ve disliked since my childhood. Even Devils on horseback I don’t like (actually especially Devils on horseback). But last night I found this great beef tagine recipe (with prunes) which...READ ON»
Lamb roast - but not as you know it

Lamb roast – but not as you know it

Well the sun was shining a little bit today…I can still see a sliver of blue sky trying to get out. So quickly – whilst there’s a break in the rain, head out and buy a leg of lamb. It is the perfect weekend meal. I cooked this yesterday and...READ ON»
Quick weeknight fish

Quick weeknight fish

School holidays = healthy people. That’s going to be my mantra over the coming weeks, as I have decided there have been enough little bugs through our doors this year. To help that cause, I’m going to cook fresh, beautiful stuff that just oozes vitality and health. Well that’s the...READ ON»
Cold + rain + wind = lamb shanks

Cold + rain + wind = lamb shanks

Often when the weather combination dials up cold + rain + wind, I seek out lamb shanks. If you live in Sydney, that’s pretty well been your weather forecast this week, so you may require some lamb shanks to go with it. This is the second lamb shank recipe posted...READ ON»
A very grown up soup

A very grown up soup

I made pistachio & asparagus soup last week, as a practice run for a wintery weekend away. My bloke was the taste tester, and his response was very positive – followed by the comment – “it’s a very grown up soup”. And he’s right. It’s a smooth, sexy, sophisticated soup that...READ ON»