You know what my new obsession is right now. Eating seasonally. I’m about 25 years late to the party, but nothing gets a season party happening quite like having your own vegetable garden – and some Summer Lovin’ Pizza.
Because of this veggie patch I know what’s really poppin’ this summer (and if you follow me on Instagram – you do to!) I’m talking about zucchinis. ZUCCHINI COMING OUTTA MY EYEBALLS.
Whether it’s cooking for you and yours at dinner or having a bunch of friends over for a little shindig it’s that time of year! Although I am an all season BBQer including donning a ski jacket in winter, summer BBQs are pretty special as fantastic way to escape the heat of the oven.
I made these wings when we had our first grown up BBQ.
Usually when you feel like taking an adventure you look to do something different, often doing something different means doing something far away… or sitting on the toilet watching all the celebs with their banging bods and oodles of money on a yacht somewhere (and realise you don’t even know how to spell the word). Recently, I was looking to do something adventurous with my Mum. Now that we live in different cities we either see each other at things or we try and have a normal weekend i.e.
Living in a share house or with a partner or your family or just generally been known by the moniker Ms 1800-Dial-A-Party, I rarely make dinner for one. And usually when I do it’s a great moment to indulge in breakfast for dinner. But, more regularly now I have one night every fortnight or so where I get to make dinner for just one. So I’ve decided to showcase some of the things I eat when I’m alone and for one night only make them presentable for your viewing pleasure.
Before I became amazing on Instagram stories – i.e. last weekend. I embarked on a personal journey of attempting plastic free July. Plastic Free July is one of those self-defined things… kind of like 48-hour famine was not but you made it so you could eat lollies but not real food. So I decided I would not purchase any food related items with plastic. Let’s be clear I was fully aware I would fail at the outset,
As you probably know by now, I aim to be a weekday vegetarian for environmental reasons. In winter, in Canberra, this can be very difficult to achieve without gaining a large amount of pasta weight. So for the last year I’ve been experimenting with delicious sides that are filling warm and full of vegetables (only vegetables). So here are my favourite two winter vegetable sides that will leave you with a sunny disposition.
I remember when I first moved to Canberra I was intent on going to the Farmer’s market. It had been a ritual for me in Sydney, although I must admit the markets in Sydney are open later so it was less of an effort. Anyway, I moved to Canberra 3 years ago, nearly to the day… so as you can imagine the seasonal vegetables were very… white. Years on I’ve embraced seasonality and the cold and there is nothing better than a delicious winter soup!
As discussed in my many other posts on Myanmar (because I want to do it justice guys! As much justice as one can give experiences 6 months laterz – my b) I knew very little about Myanmar before I left. So how was I meant to know that there are legit THINGS TO DO IN MYANMAR – like holiday things, like relaxing holidays – rejoice!
So there is something you should know about me. I’m a fungi. I love mushrooms. Turns out mushrooms are more polarising than I thought but as a weekday vegetarian they are my staple (that and eggplant). My fave mushroom dish of the moment are these fab, flash and healthy baked mushroom burgers. Yum-mayAugust.
My first ever mushroom burger was sah fancy, it was a beetroot bun with goats cheese and crumbed mushroom and could only be described as expensive and unachievable.