(For all the non-Australians out there, brekkie is the local slang for breakfast.)
Any food tastes better when you’re camping. This is especially true for a hearty breakfast with bacon and eggs. Which is why in this recipe, it’s not only about the ingredients but also the surroundings. Continue reading “Recipe: campfire brekkie”
Pumpkin is one of my favorite foods. It has not always been, my love for pumpkin comes from my exchange year in America. My host family, John, July and Julianne, were so generous to let me be part of their family for a year, over 25 years ago.
To my great pleasure, Australia is also a pumpkin country. So here I can indulge and explore all the new-to-me kinds of pumpkins. Continue reading “Recipe: pumpkin pie”
After the indulging days of Christmas it is time to return to the ordinary food. And for us, making our own pasta from scratch has become just that: ordinary food, which we all love to eat. The best part is that the children enjoy to help making it. Continue reading “Recipe: making pasta from scratch”
One of my life’s ambitions is to travel to far-away countries, see exotic animals, and eat them. (Well, at least if you can find them in your local supermarket or restaurant…) It was therefore only logical that I would try to make some ‘roo (or “Kangaroo”) while in Australia. And this is what I did. Continue reading “Recipe: Roo Stoo”