Month: August 2016

A ‘Spring is almost here’ salad

With a flat-full of friends en-route for a Saturday night dinner recently, I hit up the cookbook collection on the hunt for some new recipes to test out. Ingredients that provided at least a whisper of nutrition were an integral requirement, considering the invariably large quantities of barbecued meat […]

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The Secret Garden

Wendy Whiteley’s Secret Garden is hardly a secret these days, but it’s still one of Sydney’s most peaceful and secluded spots, with stunning views across the harbour to boot.

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Mushroom Risotto

Sunday dinners are a labour of love in my house – standing over the stove with a glass of wine is always a fitting way to end the weekend, during the colder months my usual go-to is a hearty risotto.

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Barangaroo to the Bridge

Sydney in winter is a bit of a lucky dip – sunny and crisp one day, rainy and blustery the next. Last Sunday sat staunchly in the latter weather system, but as I feeling inspired to get out of the house, I rugged up and […]

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