Pearl Barley Risotto with Mushrooms and Pecorino

Pearl Barley is something that reminds me of winter. Of hot, hearty soups with lovely big chunks of lamb and crusty bread (this recipe will feature one day soon as the weather cools more). I have fallen in love with a few recipes lately and Magdalena Roze would definitely be up there on the top…

Zoodles

Who loves spag bowl? Who has all those childhood memories of tomato stained lips and spinning your fork round and round to see how much spaghetti you could fit on your fork? If you’re anything like me, I am a sucker for a bowl of spaghetti – particularly my grandmas. I love a good bowl of…

Seafood Paella

If you’ve ever been lucky enough to walk around the food markets in Europe, you will know what I’m talking about when I say paella. The proper thing from those gigantic pans that you can smell from a mile away! It’s hard to beat but think this recipe, from Dish magazine, comes close to the…

Quick Filo Fish Pie

Wanting something really quick and easy to cook? Look no further! This fish pie is super easy and requires only a handful of ingredients and can be stuck in the oven once thrown together and voila….dinner is served. I might just add that due to the wild weather we had experience here in Brisbane, filo…

Middle Eastern Lamb Tart

A friend messaged me the other day telling me she needed something to cook and without even thinking twice suggested this Lamb Tart which was extremely easy to make and full of flavours that I love. Perfect for a Wednesday or Thursday night meals and was found on the wonderful Delicious website that I often…

A feast fit for the newly engaged…

Exciting times call for a delicious yet simple feast. One of my dearest friends recently got engaged and as I hadn’t seen her for quite some time and wanted the time to catch up properly, needed to whip up something easy that wouldn’t take my attention away from the new bling! I can’t remember how…