Pan-Fried Tilapia Fillets

This one’s for our mums. I don’t generally love fish. The scales, bones and manky smells put me off. Our mums/moms, on the other hand, LOVE fish and love cooking it for us. Because, omega-3 acids and all. I don’t believe my mum loved watching an ungrateful child mince her way through a perfectly good […]

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Garlicky Brussels Sprouts, Pinto Beans and Brown Rice Bowl

Cheap, plant-based yet tasty, even the huzza enjoyed this meal-in-a-bowl featuring garlicky roasted Brussels sprouts. Seemingly the bane of every childhood, as an adult, I love garlicky roasted Brussels sprouts. Admittedly, my gateway drug was a deep-fried take served with salsa macha, apples and walnuts at a pub. It was salty, crunchy, spicy and sweet all […]

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Easy yoghurt pikelets

Eh? Pikelets? Pikelets are similar to pancakes; though the term pikelets might be unfamiliar to American ears, the concept will be familiar to most tastebuds. Imagine that the breakfast pancake had a petite, fluffier, sweet little sister. That kid would be the pikelet. (No, I am not advocating the consumption of one’s younger sibling). I’ve tried […]

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Easter Hot Cross Buns

Easter has just gone by – how did you spend yours? I may or may not have gone on a baking binge and made three batches of Easter hot cross buns… in one week. In my defense, that’s not the only thing I did for Easter, glutton though I am. We celebrated Christ at church, […]

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How to peel and segment grapefruit for citrus salads

Who could possibly be bothered to peel and segment grapefruit?? Until recently, I’d always thought of citrus as juicy, summery happiness. I’m a clueless city person, so it was a surprise to learn that citrus fruits are winter goodies (whaaat? Winter’s dreary overcast days and sun-ripened juicy citrus? They couldn’t possibly go together…) Happily, I […]

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