When travelling, my husband and I try to always book accommodation with a kitchen. We really enjoy cooking a majority of the meals ourselves rather than eating out all the time for several reasons. Firstly, it saves a lot of money. I’d rather spend that money on clothes and activities to be honest. Secondly, I like to be in control of what I’m eating so I know it’s healthy, not cooked in inflammatory vegetable oils, and is gluten free. Thirdly, after a big day filled with adventures, we often don’t feel like heading out
For a while now, I’ve been buying bulk packs of grass-fed beef from Gingin beef. This has forced me to learn how to cook with beef cuts which I wouldn’t normally buy. After much research and trial and error, I have come up with a super simple (but extremely flavoursome) way to cook ribs. Enjoy!
This recipe ticks all the boxes. Healthy. Easy. Quick. Tasty. Plus, it’s adaptable to suit everyone you’re serving it up to. You can just prepare all the ingredients and then let everyone fill their own bowl with exactly what they want and how much they want of it. The Mexican Burrito Bowl was an awesome meal when I was preparing
A salad so good that even a dog is excited about it!
This is my classic salad I always bring to events when I’m asked to ‘bring a plate’. It’s got so many tasty bits in it and so would be great to make for someone who finds salads ‘boring’.
Cutting out refined sugar from your diet is one of the best health changes you could ever make. If you are still new to quitting sugar, you might sometimes struggle with finding quick things to eat throughout the day, when you don’t have lots of time to cook all those snazzy sugar-free recipes out there. So, I’ve created a sugar-free meal plan to get you through those days where you’re stuck for inspiration and lots of cooking time. Enjoy!
This is a delicious way to eat salmon and it’s very easy! You can serve it with whatever you like – roast veggies, salad, or steamed vegetables. You’ll need a frypan which can go from stove top to oven, such as a cast iron or stainless steel one.
This is a fantastic, simple and satisfying dish to make for dinner. The leftovers are great for lunch the next day too! I think the homemade thermomix vegetable stock paste is the magic ingredient to really give it that big hit of flavour; however, it’s still very tasty when I’ve made it with the stock cubes instead.