Recipes

Easy Chicken, Chorizo and Pumpkin Tray Bake with Simple Rocket Salad

You may have noticed that each post on here has tags assigned to it. You can find the tags in italics, just under the heading of the post, next to the date. The tags are links to other similar recipes or posts on this blog. For example if you click on the chicken tag, this will take y
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Lemon and Lime Madeleines

Do you have a favourite cooking smell? Often Key will be cooking and I’ll yell out from the other room ‘that smells so good.’ He always laughs and tells me that he has just started and is only cooking the onions. So for me, my absolute favourite cooking smell is the smell of onions co
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Cooking With My Cook Books – Darren Robertson’s Cheat’s Smoked Chicken with Cumin and Coffee

This will be my last recipe in the Cooking With My Cook Book series. You can click here to see all of the recipes in this series. It’s my last recipe for the series, so I’m changing it up a little and I’m actually cooking a recipe of Darren Robertson’s from my new favourite cooking ma
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Smoked Salmon Spoons With Dill Vinaigrette

I have been making these delicious and easy smoked salmon spoons for a few years now. There is even a picture of them in this post. They look gorgeous on Asian style spoons and served like this, they make for an easy one handed canapé at a party. I’ve also made this as an entrée for a
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Pumpkin Spiced Syrup

Thanksgiving is celebrated in the USA today. Thanksgiving is a holiday that I think I could get into. Eating, spending time with and giving thanks to loved ones and pumpkin pie. Yes, that is definitely something I could get into. I have tried the pumpkin pie from Costco (I know, but i
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Cooking From My Cook Books – Annabel Langbein’s Spiced Chickpeas with Spinach and Haloumi

This week I am cooking a spiced chickpea dish from Annabel Langbein’s book, Free Range in the City. I have a lot of pages marked with sticky tabs in this book and it’s packed full of healthy, uncomplicated but delicious recipes. Some of my favourites are her smoked salmon and eg
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Japanese Style Tartare Sauce with Boiled Eggs

I was pretty lost when we first arrived in Singapore. Poor Key had to go straight to work the very next day after we arrived, so we didn’t have time to explore together until later. The first day, I was a big chicken and was too scared to try catching the trains so I just went for a w
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Cooking With My Cook Books – Mark Jensen’s Spicy Pork Mince Salad with Thai Basil and Nuoc Mam Cham

This week for my current series, I’m cooking a dish from Mark Jensen’s lovely cook book, The Urban Cook. There are some absolutely lovely recipes in this book, but for some reason I’ve never cooked anything out of it. I’m rectifying that today and making his po
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Slow Cooked Lamb and Fig Casserole with a Sumac Salad

A few weeks back, I told you about some of the things that I’m still not used to about Singapore. I can be a bit of a glass half empty kind of person, but don’t worry, today I have a whole bunch of things to tell you about Singapore that I love! Fair warning, many of my favourite thin
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