Salmon roe, scrambled eggs & sourdough toast for breakfast: a little bit of fancy on a Friday morning.
I could call it bread but that would be a euphemism, relevant to the shape only. Moist and more-ish with plenty of butter, sugar, flour and eggs this is definitely a banana loaf of the cake kind.
This is my sometime place of work and the number one place to eat out in Wollongong if I do say so myself. And I’m not being biased, nor am I exaggerating, when I say that everything on the menu is totally and amazingly delicious. No: I’m just speaking from practical experience. From the […]
Most people garner a glut of zucchinis or tomatoes or bananas during summer; some even get generous Christmas gifts of colourful jams in strawberry, apricot and peach flavours. Last summer there were lots of those around here but there was something a little different, too: jars and jars (literally!) of brandied […]
Part rich, savoury buckwheat shortbread, part pissaladière (with the salty anchovies and thyme) and all yum… these were well suited to a crisp glass of white wine on a spring evening.
This beautifully dense loaf of Irish soda bread is absolutely packed full of seeds: pumpkin, sunflower, sesame and best of all poppy, which gives it a distinctly tea cake-like quality. I took to the seeded theme and served it with whole-grain mustard and tomato: it was very yummy indeed.
What to do with a bowl-full of sorry looking late season apples? Bake a cake of course- to enjoy with tea, and cream, on a rainy afternoon.
A simple sentence for a simple dinner of thinly sliced roast beef fillet with chimichurri sauce and red wine.