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Quinoa Salad with Roasted Chickpeas

This is one of my favourite things to make for lunch. So good and you don’t feel weird and unproductive after eating it. I used tricolour in this, but I think the white one cooks a bit faster and more evenly. 311 more words


May, the beginning of summer?

It might be May and supposedly the start of summer but looking outside this morning I’m not so convinced.

This week in the garden has not been as productive because of the changeable weather so there isn’t that much to report. 331 more words

Organic Gardening

Lettuce Wraps

I went to Sadhana Kitchen in Enmore a few weeks ago and had this amazingly sublime experience when I ordered the tejas tacos. It was beyond words. 238 more words


These vegetables are about to go bad. Challenge accepted.

Chopped up some eggplant, zucchini and cabbage and fried off with onions, garlic and chilli that I chopped up finely and wilted down with some cumin. 87 more words


Monday Ham Sandwich

Kathy is away this week in Japan on business, weather in Perth all week has been 35 plus, so l haven’t felt like cooking, so it was ham, cheese, tomato and lettuce on toast for my meal today. 32 more words

Eating In


This is a really common salad these days and especially loved by my husband, but I’m not sure it was made all that much back in 1997 when Mum cut this recipe out of a magazine.   20 more words

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My Favourite Caesar Salad

Caesar Salad is one of those dishes that it sometimes seems that everyone and no-one  knows how to make.  Most cafes seem to offer one, there are a huge number of recipes online, but many of them seem to have little more than the name in common with the original.   613 more words