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Festive Feastings with a Christmas Caprese Salad Festive Feastings with a Christmas Caprese Salad By The InTolerant Chef 12/12/14 03:04 Doesn't it get hectic this time of year? Work parties, School functions, Carol Nights and just general End-of-Year-CatchUps. It all means one thing....not enough time! It's also the time of year for Bring-a-Plate functions as well, and when you're already...
In My Kitchen- December 2014 In My Kitchen- December 2014 By The InTolerant Chef 12/01/14 03:04 Happy Summer and Merry Christmas Dear Readers! First of December already and the first day of Summer.....wow, where did the year go? While some minds might be turning to Sugar Plums and Turkeys, mine is turning to darling Celia's monthly In My Kitchen series...
In My Kitchen- November 2014 In My Kitchen- November 2014 By The InTolerant Chef 11/03/14 08:28 Hasn't this year just flown by! I always feel that way this time of year, the trouble is, there's still so much left to do! littlej has exam week coming up, then her Formal and Graduation Ceremonies, throw in a quick trip interstate, a birthday or 4, plus...
Old Fashioned Melting Moments Old Fashioned Melting Moments By The InTolerant Chef 10/25/14 08:28 Today we're going with an Old Fashioned Favourite- Melting Moments, or sometimes called YoYo Biscuits A real trip down memory lane for me as these were one of the first type of biscuits that I made in Home Economics (Cooking) Class in School, and were a...
Chinese Coconut Jelly Chinese Coconut Jelly By The InTolerant Chef 10/17/14 04:10 I know, I know... I've told you a million times how much we love Yum Cha/ Dim Sum Is it the noise, the energy and hustle of the staff, the mystery of the unknown as each little lid reveals another morsel of yumminess, the chance to try so many dishes at...
In My Kitchen- October 2014 In My Kitchen- October 2014 By The InTolerant Chef 10/05/14 04:25 October already! Blossoms are blooming, veggie seeds are just starting to sprout and hayfever has definitely hit fever pitch It's also time for the fun monthly In My Kitchen roundup joining in with gorgeous Celia and an ever growing group of foodies for...
The Hungry Gap Spring Risotto The Hungry Gap Spring Risotto By The InTolerant Chef 09/22/14 08:37 It's a hungry time of year here in my garden The Hungry Gap is the time of year when Winters crops are all gone but the Spring harvest is still a ways off. I don't mean we're not eating well, I just mean nearly every thing we're buying is coming from the...
Quick and Easy YoDo Quick Bread Quick and Easy YoDo Quick Bread By The InTolerant Chef 09/10/14 08:00 I belong to a few Facebook groups related to InTolerant issues, and one of the Coeliac groups has long been promoting YoDo as a great alternative to traditional breads and dough YoDo is simply a Dough made up of gf SR Flour and Yoghurt- that's it The amazing...
In My Kitchen- September 2014 In My Kitchen- September 2014 By The InTolerant Chef 09/02/14 07:30 Happy Spring Dear Readers! I'm sitting here at my kitchen bench, staring at some beautiful blossom trees in the lane way, sipping a cup of Wakame Miso Soup and tearing into a Walnut, apple, cheese and rosemary quick bread that I've just pulled out of the...
Sweet and Sour Pork with the Billyboil Sweet and Sour Pork with the Billyboil By The InTolerant Chef 08/26/14 13:47 Have you ever heard the term Thermal Cooking before dear Readers? It certainly wasn't a term I was familiar with until recently. Also known as Vacuum Cooking, it's a great method to create delicious meals while saving on time, energy and power bills The...
Smoky Lamb and Root Soup Smoky Lamb and Root Soup By The InTolerant Chef 08/19/14 08:50 Would you believe I saw some blossom this week Dear Readers? That may not seem all that interesting if you live in the warmer regions, but down here where we're still hitting the minuses most nights, it was very exciting indeed! Despite the bit of watery...
International Scone Week with Lady Flo's Queensland Pumpkin Scones International Scone Week with Lady Flo's Queensland Pumpkin Scones By The InTolerant Chef 08/12/14 10:08 Did you know that it's International Scone Week? A few years ago, wonderful Celia of the blog Fig Jam and Lime Cordial, and a few other bloggy buddies just happened to all post about scones at the same time and thus an annual event was born. To read more...
In My Kitchen- August 2014 In My Kitchen- August 2014 By The InTolerant Chef 08/04/14 09:22 Happy August Dear Readers! It's still cold over here, but instead of hibernating I've been having lots of fun finding goodies to play with and to bring a bit of excitement to my Family Feasting It's also that time when I link up with Celia over at her fantastic...
Beautiful Blood Orange Cupcakes Beautiful Blood Orange Cupcakes By The InTolerant Chef 07/28/14 10:41 Cupcakes are just so cute aren't they? I know they've been done-to-death, but there is just something so appealing about a whole little cake all for yourself that sucks me in every time. The frosting to cake ratio doesn't hurt either :) I've still been...
Sardines with Blood Orange and Bay Leaves Sardines with Blood Orange and Bay Leaves By The InTolerant Chef 07/23/14 03:41 I know I do a lot of whinging about Winter, but I guess there are a few benefits after all.... I can stay in my fluffy slippers and PJ's all weekend because they're the warmest things I own; rich, thick soups are on the menu regularly; mulled wine is a...
Truffled Celariac Soup Truffled Celariac Soup By The InTolerant Chef 07/17/14 08:27 One of my personal joys in Winter is the availability of all the wonderfully seasonal Root Vegetables Parsnips, turnips and swedes are all lovely, but one of my absolute favourites of all is the Celariac. A Celariac is a big, ugly, hairy ball that really...
In My Kitchen- July 2014 In My Kitchen- July 2014 By The InTolerant Chef 07/09/14 05:29 Each month I seem to collect a few Weird and Wonderful bits and pieces Ingredients, utensils, cookbooks- whatever, as long as it's food related I'm interested. Sometimes I don't really know what to do with them, but I sure have fun figuring it out! That's...
How to Build the Perfect Sandwich- a blat How to Build the Perfect Sandwich- a blat By The InTolerant Chef 07/06/14 10:38 One of Life's Great Pleasures is Bacon Yummy, yummy bacon Did you know that Canberra's own Pialligo Farm Estate just won Australia's BEST Artisan Bacon at Australian Bacon Week? They very kindly gifted me a package to try and after tasting it, I can honestly...
Anzac Apple Crumble Anzac Apple Crumble By The InTolerant Chef 07/01/14 02:14 It's past the Winter Solstice- the shortest day of the year This means that the weather gets colder, the snow on the mountains creeps lower, and it's definitely time for comfort food Apples have been a ridiculous price lately, only 99c per Kilo, so when...
Savoury Mushroom Custard Cups Savoury Mushroom Custard Cups By The InTolerant Chef 06/24/14 03:56 It's cold outside Very, very cold. The rain is pelting and snow is falling on the mountains, so with a severe weather warning for our district I'm definitely hunkering down inside for the foreseeable future Staying indoors means I'm not getting any sun...
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