My Vegetarian Daughter’s Quick Sustaining Dinner

Posted on Jun 15, 2016 in Blog, Recipes, Thermomix | No Comments
My Vegetarian Daughter’s Quick Sustaining Dinner

I came up with this when Ruth, my 12-year-old vegetarian daughter, had a sausage sizzle after her soccer practice one day recently. Well, she doesn’t eat sausages, so I sent her along with a tub of this quick, sustaining dinner. She liked it so much she had it for her school lunch the next day, […]

Chilli cherry ripe recipe

Posted on May 18, 2016 in Blog, Recipes, Thermomix | No Comments
Chilli cherry ripe recipe

My love affair with dark chocolate and especially –  Chilli Cherry Ripe I read every article that tells me dark chocolate and red wine are good for me – it’s great to be affirmed in my life choices 😉 I was already a serious Thermo-fan when I realised I could do chocolate work in it. That new […]

Calamari with herb crumb recipe

Posted on Apr 13, 2016 in Blog, Recipes | No Comments
Calamari with herb crumb recipe

Ensure you buy Australian calamari, which is fast-growing, short-lived and a prolific breeder. They are usually caught using nets which target them specifically, thus bycatch is not a big issue. There are other sustainable elements to this recipe. We use up stale bread, we throw in the herb stalks because they’re full of flavour and […]

Thermomix Peanut Butter Coleslaw

Posted on Sep 29, 2015 in Blog, Recipes, Thermomix | No Comments
Thermomix Peanut Butter Coleslaw

Salads made in the Thermomix are the best and jazzed up coleslaws are even better. There’s a Vietnamese angle to this peanut-loving recipe so add a handful of Vietnamese mint if you want to theme it even more. I haven’t bought peanut butter since I bought my Thermomix. I seek the best roasted, unsalted peanuts […]