The recipe itself is pretty much right there in the title right?
Hands-off cooking is my favourite kind of cooking at the moment. Depth of flavour, rich earthy tastes, little time spent fussing. There is enough fussing going on over here at the moment. We don’t really need anymore. Continue reading
As summer begins to wind down we have been looking for new ways to eat our favourite produce from the season- corn on the cob being top of the list. Though our taste buds could never get enough of those juicy golden kernels, I was looking for something a little bit easier on the tummy. A two-cob-a-week habit eventually becomes too much.
For my sister; who is too far away for me to cook for, so I have to tell her I love her with a recipe.
For my sister; who I understand a little bit more each time I watch my own miniature set of big and little interact. The way Nell thinks about her little. The way Isla looks at her big.
For my sister. My kick ass, kindhearted sister. I promise to bake you these forever and ever.
Last week, was a very long week. Work, parenting and life had all left me exhausted and uninspired, both in the kitchen and beyond. I sat down several times to write a post and found it impossible to put down anything even remotely significant and worth sharing. I was burnt out and feeling the effects of a very long July. So, despite my worry that I wasn’t being ‘productive’ or ‘following through’ on a commitment I had made to myself, in the end I decided to follow the advice I give my three year old when she has pushed herself too far. I took a break. And though part of me felt guilty for it, I knew that I needed it and I did it anyway.