Lentil and Beetroot Salad with Goat’s Cheese

This beautiful lentil and beetroot salad with goat’s cheese can be served warm or cold and is great for either a light main or side dish. It’s made using roasted beetroots, slightly caramelised red onions, healthy lentils, creamy goat’s cheese and finished off with walnuts. The dressing is a honey mustard vinaigrette, which adds a […]

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Quick Roast Chicken and Kale Salad

This roast chicken and kale salad is so easy that you can whip it up and have it on the table in minutes. The salad includes healthy vegetables such as kale, red cabbage and carrots, then tied together with a delicious honey mustard dressing. All of the ingredients can be prepped beforehand and can be […]

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My Ultimate Potato Salad

45 degree angle view of a bowl of potato salad

This potato salad is an easy and delicious side dish. It is fully loaded with bacon, eggs and mayonnaise to create this amazing and crowd pleasing salad. This recipe is great for a weekend BBQ with your mates or with your family when pub food is on the dinner table. Most times when I think […]

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Vietnamese Pickled Cabbage

Vietnamese Pickled Green Cabbage

This simple pickled cabbage is a great side dish or accompaniment for any salty Asian rice dishes, bao buns or burgers. The recipe has been passed down in the family from my great grandma which apparently made her very popular in her local district in Saigon. It is incredibly simple to make with only 6 ingredients […]

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Spring Roll Noodle Bowls – Bun Cha Gio

One of the harsh realities one faces when leaving the family home is that food no longer magically appears on the dinner table. Some days when my will power is at absolute zero, like all good children I make the trip back home for dinner! However, I know nothing is ever free. My payment comes […]

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Vietnamese Pickled Carrots and Daikon – Do Chua

I have always held out on making this on my own because it just looked like so much work. For years, I believed that making do chua was a long and tedious process of chopping up carrots and daikon. The thought of it always made me shudder with fear and then the very familiar general […]

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