Vegan Yum Cha. When you first hear it something doesn't sound quite right. Doesn't Yum Cha involve selections of pork buns, prawn/pork dumplings, beef entrails, spiced meat balls, chicken wrapped in lotus leaf (the meat-involved list goes on)? The Green Gourmet offers a totally plant-based Yum Cha menu. From fake-Beijing-duck wraps and chia seed 'prawn'... Continue Reading →
Usually when it's my turn to cook, I try to whip up something a little fancier for a bit of challenge - Thai green curry, lamb roast, or laksa for example (when I say fancy, I mean fancy by my terms). Tonight I decided to keep it simple and throw together a pizza, with what turned... Continue Reading →
Upon travelling to South Africa I was removed from the humdrum busy-ness of Sydney city and placed in a world of vast green landscapes with lots of sunshine and animals roaming freely. Staying at a beautiful little cottage-like guesthouse called Heritage House, which was in a close-by town called St. Lucia, we traveled to game... Continue Reading →
Despite being flat out with uni exams at the moment, this Sunday I'm going to share the easy recipe I use for my cocoa protein balls. Unfortunately, my phone camera doesn't do them justice - they look more like dung balls here - but trust me, they are delicious. Protein balls are fantastic as a... Continue Reading →
Firstly, if you live in or around Sydney - go check out one of my favourite restaurants (Johnny Lobster). They just started doing ALL YOU CAN EAT Fried Chicken on Wednesdays, and if that doesn't sound like heaven I don't know what does. Okay so onto the post, it's going to be a bit brief... Continue Reading →
Who doesn't love some DIY homemade serums for glowing skin/hair and shining teeth (just to enhance that youthful look you're already mastering). Check out my favourites here!
Happy Valentines Day! Here is my super simple recipe for a small Red Velvet cake with Cream Cheese icing that can be shared between two. This cake is very moist and fluffy, and is a delicious way to end the day spent with a special someone. You will need: 1 cup plain flour 1 tsp... Continue Reading →
Okay so wine’s wine, and it is always going to have a couple of calories. But, it is Christmas and time to treat yourself after a successful year, so I'd love you to try out my healthier Mulled wine recipe to celebrate the festive season. The recipe substitutes using sugar, with dried fruits and spices.... Continue Reading →