An Ode To The Stonesoup: Two Minimalist Recipes Inspired By The Blog That Taught Me How To Eat

throw together dinner

Like most Australian women of my generation and my mother’s generation, The Australian Women’s Weekly taught me how to cook. Not the magazine itself, in my case, but all of my first cookbooks were AWW publications, and two of my most trusted sources for fail-safe recipes and general kitchen know-how are books by AWW. However, AWW did not teach me how to to eat. No, the blog and writer who has influenced my diet and approach to food is The Stonesoup (written by Jules Clancy). Continue reading

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Little lentil burger balls

Vegan party food – some may think that’s an oxymoron, but they’d be wrong. It’s the best party food around!

Take these little lentil burger balls for example, crispy, tasty little flavour parties in your mouth. Continue reading

Fresh and flavoursome ratatouille

There are very few things that Ash and I disagree on (nawww), but ratatouille is one of them.

love eggplant, zucchini and olives. Ash is only very slowly being convinced that any of those three vegetables are edible at all. So ratatouille, that features all three, is a bit adventurous for him as yet. Continue reading