It’s important to avoid contamination if you wish to lengthen the shelf life of your produce. Keeping your jars germ free will ensure a much longer shelf life.
Some people’s biggest fears are public speaking, for others it’s death, and for some it’s cooking a great pie crust. A pie crust needs to be tender, it needs to Read More >>
A gnocchi meaning “Knot in Wood” is a dumpling made from soft dough consisting of flour, eggs and potato. There are huge variations that you can make to accompany it, Read More >>
Quinoa is a grain crop that originated in Peru. It’s high in protein and has a pleasing nutty flavour. Great cold in salads or hot as a rice, pasta or Read More >>
There’s a million uses for peeled tomatoes, from soups, sauces to salads.
Sweet pastry is commonly used for desserts like tarts, pies, mini tartlets butter cookies and more. It’s easy to freeze, so you can always make extra an extra batch.
Oregano is a herb from the mint family, it prefers growing in warmer temperatures. It’s an important cooking herb used for its strong pleasing flavours. It’s been a staple herb Read More >>
It amazes me how expensive preserved lemons can be for a small jar, yet having my own lemon tree, they cost me around one dollar to make for a large Read More >>
This style of gnocchi is high on my list due to their fluffiness. You can make a big batch as they also freeze well and so convenient. Use a good Read More >>
Most people in US will know this as the pumpkin puree you get out of a can. In Australia you’ll have a hard time finding pumpkin puree in a can. Read More >>
A step by step video on how I built a home made pizza oven using a pizza oven kit. The base was the hardest part. It’s been 5 years now, Read More >>
A crepe is basically a type of thin pancake made from wheat flour. Crepes originated in Brittany, the Northwest of France and quickly became very popular worldwide. They can be Read More >>