- Mayonnaise (from Nigella's How to Eat),
- added to a curried potato salad with egg, parsley and chives.
- Couscous salad with local cucumbers, mizuna and herbs (chives and mint) from the garden. Tossed with an olive oil, lemon juice and garlic dressing. Yoghurt on the side.
- Leftover chicken and baby spinach on homemade bread with sweet chilli dressing and sea salt.
- Home-ground coffee.
- Basil from the verandah.
- made into basil and macadamia nut pesto (adapted from this book)
- Whipped vanilla cream.
- Sunday morning half and half white and buckwheat pancakes with maple syrup.
- Sunday night easy dinner of tinned organic baked beans with grated Nimbin cheese (the one cheese that pleases everyone in this house), local Turkish bread and salad.
What's been cooking in your kitchen?
Yum! That all looks so delicious. Especially the pav! :)ReplyDelete
Your basil looks so wonderful! Basil is the one herb I couldn't keep going so I have had to start over with little plants.ReplyDelete
i want to live in your kitchen! thanks for the links tania. we too are nimbin cheese lovers. your food looks incredibly fresh & tasty. xoReplyDelete
Oh yum, I'm coming to your house! It all looks so delicious...ReplyDelete
omg. are you aware this is food porn?! inspiring...ReplyDelete
we're just off to the botanic gardens for a picnic with last night's leftovers - spanikopita with homegrown basil and fresh tomatoes from the garden...if only we had a slice of that pav to take...
Yum! That all looks very gourmet to me! I want to live at your house.ReplyDelete
you are making me hungry and i just ate lunch!ReplyDelete
I want to live with you guys as well!!! all of that food looks like a fantastic wend in my books!ReplyDelete
And lots of salad - fresh from the garden, so exciting!
Salivating onto my keyboard! Everything looks so yummy. And what a great way to fancy up some beans for an easy dinner! Must try that one. Hope all is lovely :) xReplyDelete
Yum, yum, yum.ReplyDelete
My very favourite cheese is Nimbin too! I love it, the only cheddary one I buy. Of course mozzarella, goat cheese, parmesan, bocconcini and fresh ricotta are all on the shopping list too.
Been making spinach and ricotta canneloni, chicken cacciatore (added chilli yum!), beautiful lamb roast, red curry chicken. We've got the cooking, and eating, bug this month!
oh and kids made their first pav for visiting aunty and her irish boy too.ReplyDelete
Oh I'm positively drooling! Being in Vietnam at the moment, I am desperately missing the beautiful fresh fruit and veggies that we get at home at this time of year!ReplyDelete
Mmmmmmm! We have lots of snow here, so I've been making things like chili, roasted chicken & potatoes, and curries. Oh, and I made mayo recently, too :)ReplyDelete
I leave this post hungry and ready to cook all that you shared. Sadly it is almost midnight...so instead I will dream of your lovely post!ReplyDelete
Oh yum! I'm hungry now. I must try making my own Mayonnaise it looks delicious.ReplyDelete
Yum, yum, yum, yum and YUM!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous photos, as usual Tania. There are so many scrummy looking goodies there in your kitchen. I've made a butter cake from The Country Show Cookbook, dressing, roast beef and pototoes with vegies, chicken salad wraps, vegie and noodle stir fry, smoothies ...can't think what else but there's been a few other dinners in there that have totally slipped my mind. xReplyDelete
That pav looked amazing! Actually so did everything else. I'm ready for an almost-midnight snack!ReplyDelete
I love living vicariously through your food posts.You are the mother I thought I would be before my children had dairy allergies and salicylate intolerance! melxReplyDelete
Yum, yum, yum!ReplyDelete
(But MOST unhelpful when I am trying to follow a detox diet!!)