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Ellen H
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Signature chicken olive and fennel with preserved lemon
The cool change into winter hasn't done any wonders for my health of late. Hit with the flu at the start of the month to the point of being bed ridden for a few days, then a double whammy of mastitis and laryngitis at the end of the month, things can only l...

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Signature chicken olive and fennel with preserved lemon
The cool change into winter hasn't done any wonders for my health of late. Hit with the flu at the start of the month to the point of being bed ridden for a few days, then a double whammy of mastitis and laryngitis at the end of the month, things can only l...

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Uyghur lamb skewers
I first came across Uyghur food during my post graduate university days. On a cold night, my boyfriend now hubby came across this small restaurant with the ceiling covered in the grapes and vine leaves diagonally opposite UTS Library. Sorry to say this plac...

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Roasted eggplant fattoush
With the last few weeks of my pregnancy, the baby has been taking up valuable tummy space to the point I've can't really fit in big meals. So it has been all about salads. I love Middle Eastern food and the fresh flavours with Lebanese bread. I love eggplan...

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General Tso's chicken
Flicking through the pile of Delicious magazines that I've been meaning to go through, I was drawn to Cantonese style dishes. Spicy, Chinese flavours and of course fried goodness. With the forecast of lashing rain for the entire weekend, I couldn't think of...

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Dutch pancake
I love this recipe as it's perfect when you are time poor and feel like its a pancake kind of day. As I'm on my last legs of my pregnancy, everyday is a pancake kind of day. This pancake is baked at high temperature in a skillet where it puffs up in the ove...

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Apple, ginger and lime jam
Making the most of this warm winter, we spent a day out at Bilpin, picking apples at Shields Orchards. It was here, I discovered the taste of tree ripened apple and I can't believe how sweet a Granny Smith apple can be. The kids and I may have gone slightly...

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The ease of making mochi
The soft chewy texture filled with red bean filling oozing with that first bite, that's when I fell in love mochi. I vividly remember in the last years of school, mum would purchase these favourite treats of mine. Wrapped in clear plastic, 6 mochi balls of ...
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