Tag Archives: Gluten Free

Zucchini and Basil Salad with Buffalo Mozzarella

   Seems like zucchini aka courgette, is the hottest vegetable since cauliflower right now! Like cauliflower before it (which is used as rice or as a pizza base) zucchini’s status has increased to hot mostly because it is what the … Continue reading

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Radicchio Salad with Apple

   This is my current favourite salad and it is a fantastic accompaniment to barbecued meat and crispy roast potatoes. It is also as pretty as a picture! Radicchio is a red leaf lettuce and is immensely popular with Italians, chargrilled … Continue reading

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Spaghetti Vongole

This is an Italian classic and like many classic recipes, it relies on a simple combination that allows each of the ingredients to shine. Here, the vongole is combined with the holy trinity of olive oil, parsley and garlic. Vongole is the Italian … Continue reading

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Mexican Salad

It can be said that a recipe creates a synergy where the sum is much greater than the parts! Crispy chorizo, the sweet corn, the creamy avocado, the juicy tomato, the freshness from the coriander, the softness of the beans, the crunch from the onion and the spiciness from the chilli … Continue reading

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Santorini Fava

Fava is a much loved Greek dip, made from yellow split peas (lentils) but is not to be confused with dried broad beans, which is known as fava in other parts of the world. Fava is usually served with other dishes as … Continue reading

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Stamatis’ Kakavia (Greek Fisherman’s Soup)

For a country that has large percentage of it’s 11M population living on islands or near the coast, it stands to reason that this is a nation that has an integral relationship with the sea. The sea is a part … Continue reading

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GF Precinct Update

A recent visit to Melbourne meant bringing back to Sydney a haul of GF Precinct products. As I have blogged about previously, this bakery is making brilliant gluten-free bread that (in my opinion) is a cut above all the rest. … Continue reading

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