Brussel Sprout-spiration

Traditionally, Brussel Sprouts don’t exactly bring the family running to the dinner table – Which is a shame because they’re an absolute nutritional knockout, plus they’re great quality and beautifully in season all winter long. Seasonality plays a big role in many a chef’s menu plan, which could be why we’ve noticed Brussel Sprouts popping…

Celeriac – The lovable ugly duckling of the root veg world.

Celeriac is a variety of celery which forms an enlarged solid, edible tuber just below the soil surface; it has a gnarled appearance and is brownish white in colour. While by no means a looker, Celeriac is a very good source of dietary fibre and a good source of vitamin C. Peel, dice and boil…

Pumpkin, Sweet Potato and Leek Soup

Batman and Robin. Wine and Cheese. Potato and Leek. All are ideal pairings,¬†matches made in heaven – Though some are more cheesy than others. Puns aside, the true superheroes here are those that pack a nutritional kapow: The humble (and ubiquitous) Potato and Leek, particularly when combined to make a warming winter soup. Potato and…

Australian Bush Spice Tomato Chutney

It’s funny – In Australia, we take food inspiration from a wide range of cultural sources, yet those of our own are left largely untouched. It’s a tragedy, because our landscape is home to some truly unique and utterly delicious native flavours. Take Pepperberries, for example. These little berries pack quite a punch. Starting with…