It's been two weeks since my last blog post, and I'm bringing you soup. Brisbane has entered its proper winter phase. Things that signal winter has arrived: - people start wearing maroon-coloured jerseys around town, meaning State of Origin is upon us - the open air ice-skating rink appears in King George Square - the golden orb spiders have all but disappeared from sight / been eaten by . . .
This has been on my to-blog list for over a year. I almost feel like I've been keeping it from you, but there's no better opportunity to bring it out than now - the dog days of summer. Tonight, we're going to serve this with some barbecued rump cap and Yorkshire puddings, so I figured I'd make it early enough to take some photos with the nice morning light that comes into the kitchen. This salad . . .
Maths dude and I are meant to be planning our wedding. We've even booked our honeymoon flights (SEE YA IN OCTOBER, SF), but neither of us seems to really want to take the reigns and get the damn wedding organised. The more I think about it, the less I want to do it, and this honeymoon trip is turning into a let's-go-to-America-just-because trip. Who needs a reason anyway? Because we have a big . . .
BRRRRRR! Things are getting extremely nippy here in the Vegas* so I wanted to post a recipe for soup tout de suite, because AUTUMN! Autumn is glorious. Of course, this cooler weather is making it all too easy to nestle under a blanket and watch Gossip Girl all day, only getting up to nuke some soup and then dump kidney beans, coriander, yoghurt and lime juice on it. And tea. Oh, so many cups of . . .
I thought I'd start off with something easy, something tried and tested many, many times, something certified delicious... oven fries! I chose this recipe because I really want to impress the socks off all of you. But first, let me get something straight. I don't have a problem with regular fries that are plunged into bubbling oil and tossed in salt and come out all crispy and amazing. I love . . .