Thursday, 27 March 2014

Rawsome Perfect dates

Begged borrowed and stolen! This is where most of our recipes come from. It’s hard to be truly original and not be inspired by something you’ve seen or tasted sometime before in the memory bank of our mind and taste buds.

The inspiration for this little treat came from Lani, someone I worked with for many years in a little juice bar in Mullumbimby, Australia. This was her answer during the single years of a girl’s life! Snuggling up on a comfy couch, with a romantic comedy on your laptop and a

Monday, 10 March 2014

Tomato and parsley soup shots

The world of raw soups has been a relatively recent discovery for me in my journey of creating wonderful food. Although this tomato and basil soup could vaguely be compared to the famous gaspacho soup; it was this cold classic Spanish soup that I first tried about 12 years ago. Caspar’s mum Maggie, served it to me, and because I trusted her cooking abilities, I gave it a try. She didn’t put bread in it, as it often says to in the traditional Spanish recipes so it really was a raw soup! I think it was this early introduction that allowed raw soups to slip under my suspicious radar rather

Thursday, 6 March 2014

Chocolate, rosewater & berry trifle

“The word "trifle" comes from the old French term "trufle," and literally means something whimsical or of little consequence”. Isn’t that so French! How could a trifle be of little consequence? Try telling that to your dessert hungry friends as you serve the last spoonful of trifle!

If you’re a sweet tooth like me, dessert is everything. It’s the perfect end to a meal, the icing on the cake if you will indulge me in a little pun! Not every night but