A recipe that’s a cut above: Unfashionable cuts turning out old school slow-cooked classics

It’s really interesting to see how we’ve come full circle with the cuts of meat we use. Cheaper cuts that were once shunned for special occasions are now sought after as we return to old school cooking techniques. Braising and slow roasting is well and truly back in favour and home cooks are asking their … Continue reading A recipe that’s a cut above: Unfashionable cuts turning out old school slow-cooked classics

Surprising find at Farmer’s Market: try this Jerusalem artichoke soup recipe

We all love a Farmer’s Market. But have any of you tried a food swap? I think it might be my new favourite way to source fantastic, fresh produce grown right here on the Mornington Peninsula. I went to one the other day in Pearcedale and came home with the most amazing ingredients including dehydrated … Continue reading Surprising find at Farmer’s Market: try this Jerusalem artichoke soup recipe