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Sweet & Salted Nuts with Chili, Cumin, local PNG Pepper & Sugar

These are some of the most decadent and moreish crunches I have ever tasted.  I wanted to explore the combination of sweet and salt flavours again, but this time with nuts.  155 more words

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Spiced Potato Hash with Red Onion & Grilled Egg

I made a spiced potato hash with Spanish onions and grilled egg this morning for my husband.  He laughed because he was grateful for the gesture but knew he would have to wait until it was photographed to get into it… 89 more words

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Red Papaya

I take this fruit for granted at times especially when we are overseas.  I tend to buy it only when here at home in Port Moresby because I have a place in the kitchen where it ripens perfectly and I know I am going to get a ‘red’ and not ‘yellow’ papaya.  98 more words

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Spice it, dunk it, crumb it, fry it!

The idea of crumbing is so ingenious to the cooking world.  You can crumb just about anything and it will taste amazing.  I have not bought bread crumbs in years.  147 more words

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THE TRUTH ABOUT THE HANUABADA ROADBLOCK REMOVAL

By Nou Fredrick Vada LL.B – Acting Executive Officer – Motu Koita The Way Forward Association

1. It was never supposed to be an agenda for the meeting of Monday 26/01/15… 463 more words

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Balancing school lunches.

First day back at school for my little one and this year I will be focusing a lot more on variety.  The chocolate cupcakes are easy, there are at least 20 sitting in the freezer for school lunches.  57 more words

Papua New Guinea

Starting the day.

A welcoming change to my regular cup of coffee in the morning.  This juice was a blend of frozen watermelon, cucumber and mint juice which I froze in small glad bags, and I added a handful of organic blueberries which are available locally in the grocery stores, and So Good coconut and almond milk which is also available locally.  17 more words

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