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Creamy Cauliflower Salad with Lemon Thyme

I have been growing some of my herbs in our outdoor area for some time. Some of them have been successful, some died and replaced and even the replacements died. It’s a process I’m learning and in the end, all this will translate into a mini eBook (hopefully) for you guys to download. I will… Continue reading Creamy Cauliflower Salad with Lemon Thyme

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Product Review: Authentic Turkish Gozleme

Product Review: Authentic Turkish Gozleme I have discovered a new product at Costco a few weeks ago: It is the Authentic Turkish Gozleme with Feta and Spinach. You know those traditional Turkish pastries filled with spinach and feta cheese? That’s them. It is a big pack of Gozlemes I must admit. There are 4 Gozlemes… Continue reading Product Review: Authentic Turkish Gozleme

Wine Notes

Wine Notes: Process of Wine Making

Wine making has been around for thousands of years. It is not only an art but also a science. Wine making is a natural process that requires little human intervention, meaning if you put together the right ingredients in the right environment, the process will take care of the rest. However, they say that each… Continue reading Wine Notes: Process of Wine Making

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Faux-prawns in a Coconut Cream Sauce

Yesterday, I was tidying up my Indian recipes on my computer. All of a sudden it occurred to me that I haven’t done much Indian cooking recently. I was especially missing my Aloo Matar (potatoes and peas) and it seemed like I may have cooked it a million and a half years ago. I quickly… Continue reading Faux-prawns in a Coconut Cream Sauce

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Recipe: Aloo Matar (Potatoes and Peas)

Aloo Matar (Potatoes with Peas) is one of my favourite vegetarian Indian dishes of all time. Partly because it was the first Indian dish I ever learnt to cook. Aloo means potato and matar means peas, by the way. It is a dry style Indian dish which can be added to other dishes like a… Continue reading Recipe: Aloo Matar (Potatoes and Peas)

Product Reviews

Product Review: Angel Food Parmesan

Angel Food Parmesan (formerly known as Bellissimo! Parmesan) is a powdered vegan parmesan cheese which can be used exactly the same way as dairy parmesan. It comes in a 100 gram container which sits in your pantry, waiting to be used. It is basically the finishing touch for pasta. It is palm oil free, vegan,… Continue reading Product Review: Angel Food Parmesan