• lavender and fig tarts

    These gooey, almost caramel like tarts are too good for words. I made these tarts for a casual dinner party for my fiancé and his mate who are by no means into alternative foods (although my fiancé is gaining a fast appreciation and education in ...

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  • about jessica

    As an accredited nutritional practitioner, Jessica has an immense passion for food therapy and therapeutic nutrition. Over her years of practice Jessica has developed an extensive knowledge in dietary planning, nutritional supplementation and the ...

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  • tomato, almond & potato salad w creamy dressing

    This recipe post was meant to be slow cooked carrots with a creamy dressing. The thing is, I have a bad habit of deciding on a dish, then heading to the supermarket or fruit and vegetable store and being influenced by the fresh produce I see in front of ...

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  • apple & almond breakfast cake

    This recipe post is well overdue. Apologies, but I have been on Italy time. Usually I would have been bending over backwards to get this post out as soon as my feet hit the ground in Brisbane, but Italy seems to have rubbed off on me. When one already ...

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  • sumac salt & pepper calamari

    In Australia when you think of calamari your mind conjures up images of fish and chip shops, greasy butchers paper and pesky seagulls. There is something comforting however about those memories for me, as I am sure there is for you. Fish and chips are ...

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  • mojito cucumber pancakes w lime & maple + daffodil day

    It's been a while since I have posted some pancakes on the website. Considering they are one of my dearest loves, its taken some restraint not to turn this website into an 'ode to pancakes' blog. Enough time has passed for me to bring you another of my ...

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