Here’s an old favorite with a new twist. The mint and walnut salsa is a great addition and will take this humble soup to a new dimension, perfect in the cooler months.
A pretty simple salad knocked up in a matter of moments, full of flavor and color. I love Tamari as a seasoning, not just because it's salty but because it's also gluten-free.
I prefer to fry these, but considering I want this site to be loaded with fun, delicious, health-conscious recipes, I chose to go the baked route. Still very good, and a great dish all by itself!
When it came to living a gluten-free lifestyle, this loaf of bread was the game changer for me. Packed with loads of goodness; it’s somewhat dense and heavy in texture, but it's super satisfying.
I remember seeing this cake being made during my time as an apprentice at Ravesis in Bondi, Australia, and being amazed at the idea of boiling oranges for two hours until they were soft!
This dish is a reflection of my time at Bistro Moncur. It's not necessarily a simple recipe, but well worth the effort. Such refined textures and flavors.
A rich and decadent winter dessert, this compote showcases beautiful figs and apricots. It's also a delicious spread over grilled sourdough with fresh ricotta.
When I know I’ll have a group of hungry footballers over for dinner, nine times out of ten, they will eat leg of lamb. Here’s a recipe I’ve been putting together of late.
This is one of those impressive desserts with serious wow factor, and I love making it because it’s gluten and fat free... well, until I add a dollop of freshly whipped cream.
Ahh, the famous Aussie meat pie. For my international readers pie is minced/ground beef and gravy encased in pastry. Nothing beats a great game of Cricket while eating this famous Australian dish.