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Category Archive for 'Seafood'

As promised, now I’m going to share my Thai green curry. I made it with kingfish, but it could just as easily be made with chicken or tofu (or whatever else pleases you). It was very good. Ingredients 200ml coconut cream 2 tbs coconut oil (or veg oil) ½ cup green curry paste several kaffir […]

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Hello, my friends. Today, for a variety of reasons, I will be keeping things simple and short. A few weeks ago, we whipped up a delightful dinner of barbequed prawns and a mango salad. It was another one of those delectable Summer evening meals, and I thought I’d share it with you today. Almost everyone […]

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In today’s time poor world, we all want to be able to create meals that are tasty, healthy, and (most importantly?) fast to make. Sure, sometimes it’s fun to go all French Laundry (à la Carol cooks Keller) but maybe not after a long and honest working day. One of my favourites in the tasty/healthy/fast […]

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One of the reasons we started this blog was to participate in The Daring Kitchen. Basically, you join the site as either a Daring Cook or a Daring Baker (we have joined as both) and each month there is a secret (oooh!!) challenge recipe that everyone has to make. The requirement is that every person […]

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One of the great things about getting down to our beach house at Lorne for the weekend is the opportunity to cook up a feast for our family and friends. The other is to make use of the fine seafood, vegetables and smallgoods available at the local stores. For a party of six or more, […]

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Courses for horses.

So November has rolled around again and it seems that all anyone who’s anyone can talk about in Melbourne is the Spring Racing Carnival. To be quite frank, I can take or leave the actual horse racing aspect – though I do enjoy a minor gamble from time to time. I’m just in it for the party […]

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