Kohlrabi – it’s interesting to spell and a just as interesting a cross-over vegetable. From the broccoli/cabbage family, it is similar to..
Paella is a classic and ancient dish from Spain. As with so many other dishes throughout history, there is a wide variety of ways to make..
Whenever I visit the coast, I feel the need to eat seafood all the time. I purposely seek out all of the fish, prawns, oysters, mussels..
Because sometimes, you just need something a little sweet to snack on. Serve this loaf with butter, a fruit spread, beer, wine, or beer...
When I was a child, my mother used to make us her version of “Croque-monsieurs” instead of grilled cheese sandwiches. She would place..
Kia Ora, I’m back from traveling through New Zealand! While I was there I had the opportunity to try some great food, but one food kept..
This sandwich is a classic my mother used to make when I was a child. It is very easy, great for last minute things and perfect for when..
These peppers are one of the staples in my morning routine. They are super easy and only require a microwave, making them perfect for..
Mojitos are my favourite mixed drink, so I was thrilled when a friend suggested we try these festive versions for our holiday meal. They..
One of the easiest (and tastiest) things you can make for breakfast are poached eggs. They are incredibly versatile and work with any..
My go-to rush breakfast. It is so easy, and takes 5 mins the night before. Then all you need to do is add the toppings in the morning. I..
It’s September again (where did the summer go?!), so it’s back to the grind again. Getting back into the swing of things means I have..
As a stero-typical 20-something year old, there is nothing better than brunch (especially when you have a love affair with food). Our..
In honour of Father’s day, I’m sharing this delicious recipe from my father (he made these for me last weekend). This is a delicious,..