I’ve never been one to eat loads of processed meats, particularly bacon, prosciutto and sausages. For me, they’re something good to have now and then as a treat. But some time ago I stopped buying and eating them altogether. I did this because after doing a little research about nitrite preservatives used in processed meats, it seemed like a good idea for my health. […]
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Who would have thought a chocolate cake recipe so rich and moist could be so incredibly easy to make. If you find a simpler recipe then I want to...
This recipe was originally posted on The Infatuated Foodie blog #1 and that original post has recently been imported. You can find it here. It’s so yummy though, it deserves its place in...
Last Wednesday I had the pleasure of being a lady who lunched at Smolt Kitchen in lovely West Hobart. Considering I’ve been back in Tasmania two weeks, it was a great opportunity for both myself and the other lady who lunched to meet for the first time, because despite Adelaide and I chatting a number […]
A few weeks ago, on a beautiful sunny Melbourne Sunday afternoon I decided to head down to Smith Street, Collingwood and check out chef and entrepreneur Shane Delia’s latest venture – Biggie Smalls. Although I’d read mixed reviews about Biggie Smalls I went with an open mind, because after all not everyone has the same […]
When I think of food, I think of good times with friends, shared meals and laughter. So when friends say to me they think of food simply as fuel – you know, the stuff you have to put in your car to make the engine run and not much more – then I feel a bit sad […]
Eating and drinking in Tasmania’s Coal Valley is a wonderful thing to do. Enjoy superior food experiences at Frogmore Creek, rustic fare at Coal Valley Vineyard or BYO picnic to Puddleduck and enjoy in the vineyards. Whatever you do, it’s worth the visit.
From The Infatuated Foodie blog #1 For an all-time favourite wintery dessert, I can’t go far past this tart. It’s what I make when I want something rustic and warming, tasty and fruity and is an eternal favourite. It’s a dessert that’s had people say, as they lick their empty plate, that they’ve never liked cooked apples … […]