Pan-Seared Prawns (shrimp) in Garlic, Parsley and Wine

There is one thing about Australians you should know. We love our prawns. This has mainly to do with our weather. Australia Day and Christmas Day both fall in the summer months.  Roast is not an option when the heat soars to over 40 degrees.  As well, Australia hosts the most magnificent large and tasty…

Classic Italian Tomato and Basil Bruschetta

Enjoy Tuscan deliciousness, with this flavoursome and enjoyable Rustic Italian dish. At home, or when served for guests we sometimes have a dipping bowl with a fresh, robust olive oil mix in case some guests would like the bruschetta dressing to be oozing out of the bread. We can thank the Italian farmers of late…

Double baked Seed and Quinoa Crackers

These little beauties came into being one weekend after buying the worst tasting natural, gmo, yeast, gluten, vegan, low calorie, and everything possible ommited and very pricey – crackers. I must say I was fraught  with danger, when I placed the cracker in my mouth. It’s super-excited  dry texture had clung to my mouth and…

Rosemary and Olive Oil Foccacia

A Fabulous accompaniment to soups, or with tapas …it is mildly sweet and nutty due to the addition of spelt. Lightly dusted with Seasalt, Rosemary sprigs pierced onto the dough this Foccaccia won’t let you down. Ideal for those who are strapped for time or do not have the patience for kneading dough for a…