Rosemary, Lemon and Berry Crumble

So I’m starting this week on a sweet note… It’s going to sound crazy but I’m the kind of girl who would rather have two appetisers than a dessert. I just don’t have the biggest sweet tooth. Well I think it’s a little because I’m not the greatest baker, and most desserts require precision and…

Healthy Gemista

Most days I know exactly what I’m going to eat for lunch and cook for dinner, while still eating breakfast. But sometimes I get a day where I’m completely clueless and indecisive, which leaves me walking up and down Woolworths searching for inspiration on what to make. Yesterday was one of those days. And my…

herbs, herbs, herbs

Lately, most of my weekends have been spent planning for our new home and of course the first outdoors project that I’m super keen to tackle is the herb garden. I’m really excited to get my hands in the soil but even more excited to take a stroll outside, pick some fresh herbs, carefully wash…

Art, Food and Wine – upcoming festivals

So it’s not really an individual food find, but this year was the first time that I’d heard of the Winter Sculpture Fair, at the NIROX Sculpture Park, in the Cradle of Humankind. And I’m so happy that I found last-minute tickets to the sold out event this past weekend. It was definitely the perfect…

Butternut, Pumpkin, Thyme and Parmesan Soup

Following on from last week’s cosy recipe, I’ve decided to stay with the “keep warm” theme, which is fitting since the days are getting colder and the sun is setting earlier. I’m sure you’re all starting to feel that winter chill and after a long day or your afternoon run (in my case – walk),…

Old-Fashioned Chicken Potpie

“Winter is coming!!!” – Yes, I’ve spent the entire long weekend catching up on Game of Thrones. But seriously it’s about to get cold, which means it’s time to get cosy. You know that feeling where no matter how warm the room is, some old fashioned chicken pot pie is the only thing that can…