All Recipes · Appetizer/Starter · Course

Carrot and Yoghurt Meze or Yoğurtlu Havuç Ezme

I remember having an incredibly primitive recipe notebook many years ago. I used to scribble down every new recipe in it along with my regulars that I made at the time. At the time, I used to talk to our neighbours, my Mum’s friends and even the ladies at our local fresh produce market for… Continue reading Carrot and Yoghurt Meze or Yoğurtlu Havuç Ezme

All Recipes · Course · Diet · Main Dishes · Vegetarian

Leek and Feta Crepes, VegFusion Style

I have had this spinach and feta crepe recipe for a long time. It was based on a traditional Turkish crepe called Akıtma. Namely, my Mum’s recipe. The difference between akıtma and crepes is this: crepes are thicker when cooked whereas akıtma is incredibly thin and delicate. Hence more difficult to make. My crepe recipe… Continue reading Leek and Feta Crepes, VegFusion Style

All Recipes · Cuisine · Mediterranean

Unveiling the tagine and couscous

I was thinking the other day... Every time I make my Moroccan Faux-Chicken with Preserved Lemon and Olives and Harissa Flavoured Couscous with Raisins and Pine Nuts, I need both recipes in front of me, on the same page. And they never are! Because, one of them is a main and the other one is a side… Continue reading Unveiling the tagine and couscous

All Recipes · Course · Salads

Vegan Composed Salad with Faux-Tuna

I have been working on a mini salad book for you guys for some time. It’ll be free to download and come in all digital formats, including Mobi (Kindle format). This is the cover of my mini salad book. Here’s the outline of the book: A little about Me All About Salads • Types of… Continue reading Vegan Composed Salad with Faux-Tuna

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I will be busy next month, Peoples!

OK, here's something you may not know about me... I'm a writer. I write books and articles. Some of my articles are even published on paper. And I have been participating this global movement called National Novel Writing Month, in short: NaNoWriMo. What is NaNoWriMo? It happens during November. All NaNoWriMo participants register their books… Continue reading I will be busy next month, Peoples!

Restaurant Reviews · Reviews

Restaurant Review: Bliss & Chips, Newtown

We have been wanting to try Bliss & Chips since they opened in 2015. On one of those days, we just happen to be in Newtown and were ready to have a late lunch. There it was: Bliss & Chips. For those of you who don’t know what kind of a place Bliss and Chips… Continue reading Restaurant Review: Bliss & Chips, Newtown

Gardein Range · Product Reviews · Reviews

Product Review: Gardein Crispy Chick’n Patties

Another Gardein product that we absolutely LOVE! These patties are tasty, practical and sometimes easy to get, as well. There are 4 vegan patties in one pack. Ingredients for Gardein Crispy Chick’n Patties gardein™: water, soy protein concentrate*, expeller pressed canola oil*, vital wheat gluten*, soy protein isolate*, textured wheat protein (wheat gluten*, wheat starch*), methylcellulose,… Continue reading Product Review: Gardein Crispy Chick’n Patties

Restaurant Reviews · Reviews

Nilgiri’s Indian Restaurant, revisited

We went back to Nilgiri's on Friday night with a friend of ours, Jana, to try their new menu. We have been wanting to do that and catch up with Jana for some time, too. She is a huge fan of Nilgiri's as well as the sister restaurant: Tellicherry. Because Jana doesn't have any problems… Continue reading Nilgiri’s Indian Restaurant, revisited

All Recipes · Course · Lunch

Menemen (Turkish Scrambled Eggs with Tomatoes and Green Pepper)

Menemen is one of the most practical, life-saving Turkish dishes which can be put together in a jiffy. It is not only a street food but also a great addition to your breakfast or brunch table. Most importantly, when you move houses, Menemen is what you need to cook while you are in the middle… Continue reading Menemen (Turkish Scrambled Eggs with Tomatoes and Green Pepper)

Restaurant Reviews · Reviews

Restaurant Review: The Gantry, Sydney

We decided to try a new place to celebrate our birthdays this year. A new place to have a vegetarian degustation menu with wine pairing experience, to be precise. John found this place called The Gantry. It’s located at the end of The Rocks (Walsh Bay), right underneath the Harbour Bridge with a spectacular view… Continue reading Restaurant Review: The Gantry, Sydney