Gee the last month has flown past. Not surprising as I was away for a good chunk of it, and have been busy playing catch up in the days since. This is the first weekend I’ve had at home in about four weeks and I have to say, it’s bliss. I spent the first few hours this morning lazing on the couch with a trashy novel and drinking tea. The only reason I stopped is because my iPad ran out of power so I had to put the book down. [click to continue…]
I’ve been a huge fan of Julie Goodwin’s ever since I watched the first season of Masterchef all those years ago. I loved how personable she was, how much she so obviously loved her husband and kids, and mostly how much her cooking style was like mine. Simple, home-cooked food with the best ingredients she could afford, and cooked with love. [click to continue…]
There is a lovely blog-hop doing the rounds right now, with a heap of bloggers writing about why they write. I must say I feel a bit like a fraud, given I have been doing a massive amount of reading lately (mostly trashy popcorn novels, and no, I really don’t want to share titles…), and not a whole lot of writing.
I’ve lost my blogging mojo lately and I don’t know where it’s gone! I think it is slowly returning, and I assume that’s because I haven’t left it to the last possible moment to write this month’s In my Kitchen post. Which is one of my favourite posts to write every month. [click to continue…]
I was ridiculously excited to receive an invitation to do a back of house tour of Qantas Catering (Q Catering) a few weeks ago. I said yes in a nano-second. [click to continue…]
My excitement upon learning a Costco was coming to Brisbane knew no bounds. And then, thanks to local politics and other issues, I waited. And waited. And waited. [click to continue…]
It’s that time again – time for you to all have a little squizz at what’s in my kitchen this month.
In my June kitchen… [click to continue…]