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Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad with Cranberries, Apples and Gouda

Here’s the recipe I referenced in my blog post the other day.  I will warn you – gouda is kind of stinky so you might not want to eat it, but it is really delicious in this salad.   318 more words


Naked Waldorf Salad

I love waldorf salad but don’t need the mayo and sugar, so I make it naked. Okay, I’m dressed and the salad is lightly dressed, so I’m not naked and it’s not naked, but calling it a lightly dressed waldorf salad doesn’t sound nearly as interesting. 74 more words

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How to Cheat a Holiday Meal

It’s that time of year again–Thanksgiving, Christmas caroling, presents, and oh the food!

If you’re hosting a holiday party or, like me, have a large number of family members coming in for the holidays, preparing that holiday dinner may seem daunting.  320 more words

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Black Steak Salad

I call this steak «black» since it gets really dark, almost black after cooking. Dark soy sauce in the marinade is respponsible for it’s dark colour, but also for it’s fantastic flavor. 313 more words


Meatballs & Co

It was only yesterday that I was having a conversation with a fellow Food Blogger about the lack of meatball variety in restaurants. Someone was probably listening in because the latest eatery, Meatballs & Co, opened the very next day. 361 more words

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BLT Pasta Salad

BLT Pasta Salad
1 lb. macaroni pasta
8 slices bacon
2 medium-large tomatoes
2-3 bunches of green onions, plus extra for garnish
1 cup mayonnaise… 95 more words


Caffe Paparazzi - New Healthy Street Food Menu

Adelaide Food Central had the honour of attending Caffe Paparazzi’s ‘Healthy Street Food’ menu launch designed by health and wellbeing expert Leah Itsines. Paparazzi has always had the desire to cater to all customer’s wants and needs; whilst still keeping the traditional Italian meals, the introduction of Leah’s healthy fast food menu along-side the previous ‘clean eats’ menu has put Paparazzi at the forefront of today’s food trends. 475 more words

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