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My Chili Con Carne My Chili Con Carne By everydaycook 04/12/14 03:26 We had a birthday celebration this week. My “husba” as I affectionately call him, loves Chili Con Carne, so this was his special birthday dinner. We have made this as a family meal for years. The children love it and we have a few ways of serving it. I...
Salty peanut and dark chocolate slice Salty peanut and dark chocolate slice By everydaycook 04/02/14 07:32 I have been thinking about Easter this year. As all my children are grown up and past the Easter bunny thing, I thought I would bake some Easter presents for them this year instead of the usual commercial alternatives. When you think about it there really...
Hot Cross Buns Hot Cross Buns By everydaycook 03/20/14 02:33 Don’t you love this time of year. The weather is just starting to change. I wake up to crisp cool mornings and during the day it is warm enough to swim. And I love Easter. I love the colours and the bunnies and of course the chocolate. Anyone would think...
A trip to Canberra and Apple and Almond Tart with Plum Jam Glaze A trip to Canberra and Apple and Almond Tart with Plum Jam Glaze By everydaycook 03/05/14 01:38 We decided it was time to make a a trip to Canberra, the capital of Australia. Last time we had visited it was on a road trip with three kids in tow. I remember we went to the Science Museum because our eldest loved Science, that was a long time ago and...
Lamb Burgers Lamb Burgers By everydaycook 01/23/14 01:09 I am in Sydney at the moment. I have been enjoying the cooler weather. Catching ferries on this amazing harbour is always a treat. People have been so friendly (this time). We have really had a great week, even though it has been a little overcast. The...
Caramelised chicken with prunes and green olives Caramelised chicken with prunes and green olives By everydaycook 01/16/14 04:38 I have fond and not so fond memories of being a mother to three school age children. At one stage I had three at three different schools and the driving around seemed endless. Often after picking up the last one, the three of them would ask in unison “What’s...
Fig Tart Fig Tart By everydaycook 01/13/14 07:36 When we drive to Noosa at this time of the year for our annual beach holiday, we have a habit of stopping off at Wises’s Farm at Maroochydore for the best figs on the Sunshine Coast. I have linked Peter Wise’s own website about his farm and his family for...
Roasted Caulifower, broccoli with mushrooms, nuts and Moroccan spices Roasted Caulifower, broccoli with mushrooms, nuts and Moroccan spices By everydaycook 01/05/14 04:51 Happy new year to all of you! First recipe for 2014 and what better way to start the year than with a delicious bowl of vegetables! We all should eat more vegetables but I know, like all of you that is not as easy as you might think. I found if I roast...
Taking a Break Taking a Break By everydaycook 12/19/13 00:03 It has been a BIG year and as we come to the close I would like to thank all of you for visiting my blog and sharing you passion for cooking. I have decided for the first time since starting Everydaycook that I need some time off , so I won’t be posting...
Coffee almond cakes Coffee almond cakes By everydaycook 12/08/13 09:51 I have tried to bake something that is lower in sugar and yet still tasty. There are lots of people now looking for low GI and low sugar treats and this little recipe meets all these requirements as well as being gluten free. There is instant coffee through...
Middle Eastern Vegan Pizza Middle Eastern Vegan Pizza By everydaycook 12/01/13 06:24 I was in Sydney last week enjoying a reunion with friends who I had not seen for thirty years. Sydney University had decided to incorporate Sydney College of the Arts in the university. As a result they had an alumni ceremony and afterwards we went to the...
Dark chocolate and espresso soaked prune brownies Dark chocolate and espresso soaked prune brownies By everydaycook 11/24/13 01:32 I have been experimenting with new brownie recipes and put this one together. It is a little lower in fat because of the prunes and full of fibre. Of course it is still gluten free too. I think they are delicious and the longer you soak the prunes in the...
Turkey breast with prunes and olives Turkey breast with prunes and olives By everydaycook 11/14/13 02:38 Turkey is my favourite poultry. When I first arrived in Australia very few people ate Turkey, I would go to the butcher and order the biggest Turkey they could find for Christmas and my order would be either the only one, or one of a very few. I always...
Licorice Icecream and a give away Licorice Icecream and a give away By everydaycook 10/16/13 08:38 There has been a change around here. I have become a vegetarian that eats fish. Whatever that’s called! People think it’s odd for a foodie to not eat meat, and it is limiting. However, I’ve always been at odds with eating animals and never ate very much...
Rice and chia seed pudding with poached rhubarb Rice and chia seed pudding with poached rhubarb By everydaycook 10/05/13 09:55 I thought I would make a rice pudding and add white chia seeds. Chia seeds are amazing! Here are some great reasons to eat chia: 1. Chia is gluten free. 2. It is high in dietary fibre, making it great for digestion and healing digestion issues. 3. It contains...
A slightly different White Christmas A slightly different White Christmas By everydaycook 09/08/13 10:25 With Christmas fast approaching I thought I would try and make something you could give away to teachers and friends. We have all tried White Christmas before, but I have always found it a bit too sweet. ( I can’t believe I just typed that! I am a sugar...
St James Tart with Quince Paste from the Movida cookbook St James Tart with Quince Paste from the Movida cookbook By everydaycook 08/26/13 10:38 I have to admit I have not been to Santiago De Compstella, where this tart originates from. The town has a shrine to St James the Great and during the middle ages, the pilgrimage to Santiago was the most important christian pilgrimage in the world. This...
Meatloaf Meatloaf By everydaycook 08/15/13 01:07 Meatloaf can get quite a reaction. Some people love it and have happy memories from their childhood and some people wrinkle up their noses and so “No thanks”. I don’t have any strong memories from when I was very young, I am not sure if my mother made it....
Hummingbird Cake Hummingbird Cake By everydaycook 08/13/13 10:22 This week’s recipe is an oldie but a goodie, the Hummingbird Cake. People are not sure why it was named with such a delightful name, some say it is because it is so sweet, others say it is because everyone hovers over it waiting for a slice. What ever the...
Lemon Biscotti Lemon Biscotti By everydaycook 08/04/13 03:17 Lots of you out in the big land of the internet are great cooks who inspire me. You share your love of cooking with me and I really enjoy seeing what you cook and bake. One friend recently baked Lemon Biscotti and was kind enough to share the recipe with...
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