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Two Years Two Years By The InTolerant Chef 05/31/12 09:11 Two Years That's how long I've been blogging now. I've had such a lovely time, and enjoyed every minute. I've gotten to know so many of you Dear Readers, and love reading your comments and blogs as well. Thanks for sticking with me, I know things have slowed...
Chocolate Fondant Puddings Chocolate Fondant Puddings By The InTolerant Chef 05/24/12 10:51 I know I only just made a chocolate recipe last time Dear Readers, but with post-Easter chocolate still hanging around, I thought I'd use it up with a recipie more suited for our wintery weather and make some Chocolate Fondant Puddings, AKA Chocolate Lava...
Dark Chocolate Sorbet Dark Chocolate Sorbet By The InTolerant Chef 05/17/12 10:17 I had a lovely Mothers Day last weekend My family made me breakfast in bed- with home made Hollandaise on my perfectly poached eggs; we went to yum cha for lunch, watched a movie, worked in the veggie patch, had one of my favourite dinners, and of course...
Lamb and Plum Stew Lamb and Plum Stew By The InTolerant Chef 04/30/12 06:29 The other day, BigJ bought me home a present. Most wives get maybe a bunch of flowers, box of chocolates, even some perfume.... I got a bag of prunes. A big bag. He assures me he didn't just see a bag of prunes and think of me, or that he thought I may...
Comfort Zone Comfort Zone By The InTolerant Chef 04/24/12 13:27 Has the earth moved for you recently Dear Readers? Well it certainly did for me a few days ago when I was rudely woken up by an earthquake!! It was a small earthquake admittedly, but still a real one, and not at all a common occurrence around here. There...
Spit Roasted Lamb Spit Roasted Lamb By The InTolerant Chef 04/11/12 07:38 Well my Lovelies, I hope you had a great long weekend! We had such a lovely time catching up with friends and brunching and lunching and relaxing, and cooking up a storm with our very own sheep on a spit. Meet Frank the lamb. Well, that's what the butcher...
Already Cooked Apricot Quinoa Cakes Already Cooked Apricot Quinoa Cakes By The InTolerant Chef 03/11/12 10:02 I've certainly cooked with quinoa before. It's not the weired, way-out, freaky health food it once was, but now is sold in nearly all supermarkets and features in a recipe or two in most mainstream cooking magazines. Touted as a SuperFood, quinoa is certainly...
Just Dinner Just Dinner By The InTolerant Chef 02/26/12 04:30 Being a chef can have its disadvantages. People have certain expectations. They exclaim 'your family must eat well' and to my husband 'you're on a good wicket then' while pointing at his tummy. But really, you can't always be on. Its not souffles and sunshine...
Dukkah Crusted Lamb Cutlets with Fig and Goat Chese Salad Dukkah Crusted Lamb Cutlets with Fig and Goat Chese Salad By The InTolerant Chef 02/20/12 06:07 Some lovely finds at the market this week. Soft ash goats cheese, tiny lamb cutlets, and beautiful fresh ripe figs. Yumm.... Obviously they needed to be combined together. This seems like a lot of steps for one dish Dear Readers, but really they don't take...
Our Upside Down Christmas Our Upside Down Christmas By The InTolerant Chef 12/24/11 11:40 Christmas has been turned on its head this year at our house! Normally we are quite a traditional family when it comes to division of labour during the holidays, (which usually means Mummy does it all!) but this time around, Dad and the kiddies are struggling...
Some News Some News By The InTolerant Chef 12/06/11 04:46 You've all heard that saying before surely? "I can do that with one arm tied behind my back!" - meaning something super easy, a no-brainer, no effort required. Well, let me tell you.... IT'S HARDER THAN IT LOOKS!!! Especially as I have both out of action...
Gingerbread Waffles Gingerbread Waffles By The InTolerant Chef 11/22/11 13:00 Today I felt like eating a penguin. A warmly spiced yummy penguin to be precise. Promise not to laugh? This is my waffle maker, Woddles. He's so very cute, but not very grown-up really. I would probably never have blogged with him, but I was cruising some...
Seasonal Cheer Seasonal Cheer By The InTolerant Chef 11/15/11 20:49 I really enjoy a grown-up Gin and Tonic. It's just so elegant, the slight tartness and bitterness reflecting perhaps a jaded, though slightly more sophisticated and realistic view of the world, than the vodka cruisers of our adolescence. On our anniversary,...
Egg and Soldiers Egg and Soldiers By The InTolerant Chef 10/24/11 10:01 My Dad is a Military Man. He started off in cadets as a school boy, served his country at war, and retired young as a Colonel to take up Gentleman Farming. Dad is also a traditional man. Dad did everything outside the home- gardening, growing amazing vegetables,...
Florentines Florentines By The InTolerant Chef 10/17/11 13:58 I was in the mood for crunch. Not the savoury crunch of potato chips, or the virtuous crunch of healthy nuts, but something sweet and delicious that I could whip up in a hurry. I've been thinking of making Florentines for a while now. Do you know those...
Sweet Pea Soup For Spring Sweet Pea Soup For Spring By The InTolerant Chef 09/30/11 14:15 Spring, what Spring? That's the feeling here in cold, cloudy Canberra at the moment. Our long awaited long-weekend promises wind, rain and sundry other nasties instead of soft Spring sunshine and open windows. Sigh... To combat the blues that the weather...
Pao De Queijo Pao De Queijo By The InTolerant Chef 09/06/11 09:48 What's Pao De Queijo you ask? Well, it's a recipe I've meaning to make for a while now, and was finally spurred into action by the latest 'Feast' magazine. Feast magazine is one of the latest foodie/cooking magazines, released by SBS, and with the by-line...
Rhubarb Lemon Meringue Smash Pie Rhubarb Lemon Meringue Smash Pie By The InTolerant Chef 08/12/11 04:03 I love making jam and preserves, but its such a pain to stand at the stove stirring, stirring, stirring for ages- and then if you forget for a minute and burn the pot it takes aaaages to soak and scrub clean, and cleaning the stove top of splatters too,...
Peanut Butter Choc-Fudge Pudding Peanut Butter Choc-Fudge Pudding By The InTolerant Chef 07/24/11 10:12 Everybody needs to be able to cook, even if you do have all your meals prepared by your own personal chef! It's holiday time here in Canberra, and I've been giving littlej cooking lessons and she's done so well that I've even promoted her to the Shun knives....
Toffeecomb Toffeecomb By The InTolerant Chef 07/20/11 13:55 What's on earth's that, you say? Well let me explain.... I wanted to make some honeycomb that didn't actually contain honey. You see I've got a vegan dinner coming up and want something sweet to have with coffee at the end. I decided to use an old favourite...
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