• silverbeet, potato & truss tomato frittata

    Generally when I put a recipe together each week the written content accompanying it tends to flow with the topic of the dish on show. There is usually some sort of story that precedes the recipe, interwoven with the dish somehow.

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  • about jessica

    Hi! Thanks for stopping by and sharing a slice of what makes me tick. This website is all about sharing delicious meals that cater for those with food intolerances. It is also a place where you will be exposed to the the tahini addict, foodie obsessed ...

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  • strawberry & brazil nut muffins

    Every now and then I bake something that exceeds my own expectations. I knew I had a good base for these Strawberry & Brazil Nut Muffins as they were strongly based on my Carrot, Beetroot & Coconut Muffins, a tried and true favourite on the website.

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  • chicken & brown rice congee

    I’m pretty pumped about this recipe. I’m an avid fan of congee and the concept of a savoury breakfast. Congee is super easy to digest as everything is slow cooked and incredibly broken down. It is traditionally a comfort food of Chinese cuisine origin ...

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  • how to make a macro bowl {aka buddha bowl}

    Macro bowls have been around since the 90’s when Gwyneth Paltrow shot them into the limelight. I remember macro bowls being a thing when I was in my late teenage years and early 20’s.

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  • protein boosted quinoa vanilla porridge

    I know this is another porridge but stick with me. I’ve wanted to play with this concept for some time after seeing a few similar recipes around over the past 12 months. To be honest, I am hanging to do a savoury version so I will probably be hitting you ...

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  • slow cooked smokey balsamic beef cheeks

    You guys have been requesting slow cooker recipes like there is no tomorrow, and I must admit I am craving them too now we have officially reached winter. I have already been knocking a few out, but getting my act together to be pre-organised enough to ...

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