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Morning tea thoughts | (Autumn) Immerse in nature

Morning tea thoughts | (Autumn) Immerse in nature

      It was Friday at 5:15 pm when I discovered that the train was delayed at Flinders station as there was a person who stood in front of the train tracks. You know what that means. This train is not going to leave anytime […]

Red Cabbage, pea shoot, edaname, enoki and Sesame salad

Red Cabbage, pea shoot, edaname, enoki and Sesame salad

There is a wonderful story behind this dish and it all started when I met Kemi Nekavpil.   I was privileged to hear the story of Kemi (who is also Nigerian, YESSSSSSS!!!!!) at the African gala event for young Africans. In a nutshell, Kemi is […]

Morning tea thoughts | A new canvas

Morning tea thoughts | A new canvas

It’s interesting how sometimes our blessings can be in disguise, especially when we encounter unpleasant situations. Actually, my webpage had gone down resulting in me contacting my hosting provider regarding the restoration of all my files. While he mentioned he was able to recover my files, […]

Caroline’s Sayur Asem (Tamarind Soup with Vegetables)

Caroline’s Sayur Asem (Tamarind Soup with Vegetables)

With today’s post, I am very privileged to learn more about Indonesian culture. Caroline Katrina, a good friend of mine and the lovely President for Deakin Toastmasters was very excited to share her fabulous dish and what this means to her. Caroline: “This is the […]

How to segment an orange

How to segment an orange

Orange segments are a great addition to salads, muesli, snacking, baked goods and also adds a professional touch to any of your dishes. Some, but not all, find the taste of pith to be bitter. The advantage of his technique is that it removes the thick […]

Orange, rocket and currant salad

Orange, rocket and currant salad

The Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden was the major stepping stone that opened my eyes to the numerous possibilities of enjoying salads which comes in different colours, shapes and flavours (Not just your average iceberg lettuce and tomatoes). I am always grateful to my teacher Lina, who […]

Honey Sesame Tempeh and Spicy quinoa Salad

Honey Sesame Tempeh and Spicy quinoa Salad

If you are looking for a dish that looks good, taste good and that can be prepared in 30 minutes, then CONTINUE TO READ THIS POST. In all honesty, Monday was one of those days where I just didn’t feel like cooking (GASP). I just […]

Wild rice, pea and lentil salad

Wild rice, pea and lentil salad

Last year in September, I decided to take a break from blogging. Without realizing, my passion for food styling and embracing other people’s food culture was slowly dying into the abyss of nothingness. It became to the point where cooking became a chore (words I thought I would never […]