For me, the idea that polenta is somehow ‘cool’ or ‘fancy’ is a bit like if you heard that in Mongolia, fine dining restaurants serve rissoles with gravy.
Long have the zucchini gods frowned upon me… until this year. I’m finally in da club.
Mid November, I could devour a Ferrero Rocher. But come January, I physically can’t put another one in my mouth. At Christmas I counted eleven boxes given to our family as a collective. That’s too many. What are we supposed to do with all of these?
My kids are down to plain crackers for recess, the house is strewn with scraps or wrapping paper and I’m pretty sure I haven’t showered since Friday night: strap yourselves in, people, it’s almost Christmas!
When you’re tight on time at Christmas there really isn’t a quicker, easier or more fool-proof option than Candy Cane Rocky Road.
Christmas Biscotti is a major player in my Christmas baking lineup. A robust biscuit just made for dipping in your tea.
A very decent attempt to replicate my dad’s childhood favourite, mushroom soup.
Ever wondered what would happen if a Caramel Slice and a Vanilla Slice got cozy? *Cue Barry White*
Today I made rice paper rolls for my kids to take to school in their lunchbox.
Galaxy jelly (or jello) is a fun idea for a kids party… or a night in.