Apricot and Peanut Butter Balls

I’ve been having one or two of these Apricot and Peanut Butter Balls as a little afternoon snack lately. I consider them to be fairly healthy, yes they have sugar in them from the dried apricots but I used organic, sulphate free apricots and the natu
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Grissini with Smoked Salt

This week, we are lucky enough to be house (and cat) sitting at my mum and dad’s place, while they are holidaying in Tasmania. We don’t move into our new place until Sunday, so this has been an excellent (and mutually beneficial) arrangem
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Pork Buns (Gua Bao) with Crispy Pork Belly and Cucumber Pickle

Hello! Last week was full on, so I’m glad I took the week off from blogging. We now have a car, have been approved for a rental property and I’m making good progress on getting a job. Posts will still be a bit sporadic over the next few w
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Beef and Beetroot Rissoles with Haloumi, Horseradish and Mint

I am currently trying to complete operation ‘use-up.’ The removalists are coming in next Monday so I need to have the cupboards bare by then.  A lot of the staples like flour, sugar, rice and pasta are used up enough that I don’t mi
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Mama J’s Sticky Chicken Wings

How good are chicken wings? I absolutely love them. I always scramble for the wings on a bought rotisserie chicken and whenever Key and I make spatchcock chooks I always steal both wings for myself. I like my wings with the full three pieces intact t
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Banana Smoothie Popsicles with Cacao Nibs

I wanted to make something with the cacao nibs that I got in my recent iHerb haul and I’ve also been brainstorming about some popsicles to make use of a $2 popsicle mould that I picked up from Daiso a while back. So I combined the two and I came up w
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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’v
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Japanese Style Tuna Tartare

In Singapore you can buy sushi and sashimi at the supermarket. So instead of going to Sizzle Bento or one of those other little shops in the food courts like in Australia, you just go to the supermarket. I’m sure I don’t need to tell you that this is
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