Bacon Wrapped Chicken Rissoles with Baby Spinach and Red Grape Salad – A Post from Key

Key had a day off on Friday and he messaged me while I was at work to say that he had cooked and photographed something for the blog. I was damn excited! Now that I’m working full time again, I’m finding it hard to keep up with posting on
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Roast Pumpkin Salad with Feta and Spinach

I am the eldest of three kids and my brother and sister and I are all quite close in age. We aren’t exactly children anymore (ummm, I’m turning 29 in a little over a month) but even in our twenties, there are still some Christmas family traditi
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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 favo
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Indian Spiced Chicken with Palak Paneer and Quick Pickle

The quality of Indian food in Singapore is amazing. I shouldn’t have been surprised really as Singapore has a high level of Indian expats. In a shopping centre not far from us, there is an Indian casual restaurant chain called Prata Wala. We have onl
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Baby Spinach and Raisin Salad with Roast Garlic Dressing and the Wooden Spoons’ Perishable Essentials

I’ve noticed that a lot of fresh fruits and vegetables last longer for me in Singapore than they used to in Australia. I always keep tomatoes, bananas, apples and lemons out of the fridge and sometimes onions, garlic and potatoes as well. It seems th
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Chicken Meatball Soup with Spinach and Egg Ribbons

Beef is expensive in Singapore. Like, really expensive. In Canberra we would eat a few meals a week with a beef mince base, but it’s too expensive to do that here. We always ate a lot of chicken breast and thigh but now we are also eating more pork t
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