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A couple of weeks ago we were lucky enough to enjoy some modern Greek street food. Needless to say we were blown away by the quality of the home made pita bread wrapped around our souvlaki. Soft, fluffy and … Continue reading
There’s a serious battle being played out in our kitchen at the moment between the much loved, often requested, traditional chocolate caramel slice and a new contender; a very modern salted vanilla fudge shortbread square. Having baked just one … Continue reading
We’ve been air popping corn in brown paper bags these school holidays. In the microwave. Sprinkled with a little sea salt. A simple,no fuss, easy to prepare but deliciously healthy snack. Of course my teenagers’ overwhelming preference is for a … Continue reading
Mid winter coincides with peak citrus season. Suddenly my fruit bowl has transformed into an overflowing still life study of vibrantly hued, sweetly scented lemons, oranges and mandarins. Summer’s limes have given way to cooler climate lemons, and lately I’ve … Continue reading