In celebration of my housemate’s birthday, we organised a bottomless brunch at OXBO Bankside.
Eating out can be a bit of a chore when you have allergies or intolerances.
Luckily for me, their are multiple places to choose from in London that cater for gluten free – and actually understand the dangers of cross contamination (and the fact that boiling water doesn’t kill off gluten!)
There are a few 100% completely gluten free restaurants and cafes dotted around including:
Last week as I was perusing internet for quinoa recipes, I found one that included all of my favourite things – meat, cheese and tomatoes!
As the recipe is from American cook and author Wendy Polisi I did have to adapt it a wee bit to reflect Australian ingredients.
I’ve cooked this cauliflower pizza recipe a few times for my clients, and every single one of them love it!
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Last night we had another culinary delight that tickled the tastebuds!
The amazing thing about food is that you can start your dish with one thing in mind (in this case the spicy tastes of Zimbabwe) and with just the additions of a few spices it can go in a completely different direction! Straight to Italy!
Soup has seemed to be the theme of the week with the colder weather coming in.
Yesterday we had a bag of carrots and quarter head of broccoli in the fridge that need to be used.
Some of my clients are cool to sit back and let me work my magic and some others like to make kitchen magic with me!
Since the end of August I have been paired with a guy in Norwich who is a wizz in the kitchen.
Due to the fact that I absolutely loath peanut butter with a vengeance and he really wanted a peanut butter curry he thought of a way to still make the curry, but delete peanut butter from the process.