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{New recipe} 10 minute Salmon and Soba Noodle Salad

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Posted: Oct 20, 2017 8:31 AM
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Dressings do make a salad. 🙌Method: add real food ingredients to jar & shake. Ready! I love the zesty Asianesque number but the Ranch is quite awesome, too. The other best bit? There's nothing fake, artificial or over-processed about them. There are 4 to choose from in #TheWholesomeCookBook - via link in bio with free shipping and gift wrap - and a few more coming my new book The Wholesome Cook: Recipes for Life's Seasons 😍👌
Posted: Oct 19, 2017 9:26 PM
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Healthy snacks don't come prettier than this, do they? Homemade raspberry and chia seed jelly - Mia absolutely loves these! I do too. Scroll down for the recipe:
Ingredients
• ¼ cup frozen or fresh raspberries
• ½ tablespoon chia seeds
• 2 teaspoons gelatin
• 1½ cups water
• Edible flowers, for decoration (optional)
Defrost raspberries if using frozen. Soak chia seeds in ½ cup of the water, mix gelatin with another ½ cup water and leave both for 10 minutes to bloom. Bring the remaining ½ cup water to the boil then remove from heat. Mix the berries, chia seed gel, bloomed gelatin in a heatproof jug and add the boiling water. Mix well. Divide between 4 serving moulds. Place in the fridge for 30-60 minutes to set. Serve topped with some edible flowers, if using.
The funny thing is that in Polish broadbeans are called bób which is pronounced "boob". Languages hey! Either way they remind me of high summers by the seaside. They were sold podded and as kids we would spend hours sitting in the heat and squeezing the creamy flesh out of the little shells. Food has an amazing way of "making memories" and I am so glad many of mine include real moments of happiness eating real food like this.
What's your favourite easy brekky? 😋🕐 I currently can't get past sourdough with avo, tuna "paste" made with brown rice, corn and pasta sauce, topped with cucumbers and fresh tomatoes. I make the paste ahead of time and keep in a jar in the fridge for the week.
Happy Saturday! It's market day... I absolutely love venturing out to the farmers markets on weekends. You can actually smell the lettuce there! What are your plans for the weekend? 📷 @ironchefshellie
Move over Jamie (just kidding!) this little beauty was on the table in 10 minutes flat. Not bad huh? And we finally have a confirmed title for my new book! Recipes for Life's Seasons! I love it, what do you think?
Recipe for Mizeria (that's the cucumber number) and the zucchini will be in it. The oven-grilled salmon number is in my first book. Quiche Lorraine? Well, that was leftover from Mia's party on the weekend. PS Checkout Instastories to see how Mia wasn't going to be fooled and fed watermelon instead. 😂 she's a foodie alright!y
I burst into a torrent of uncontrollable, free-flowing tears and couldn't even finish singing Happy Birthday to you this morning... A year ago at exactly 8:03am you came into this world, your world, my world and instantly it became a better place. ❤️ Happy Birthday my precious girl, grow happy, strong, confident and healthy - I love you to the moon and back and am so proud to by your mama. It's time to wipe our happy tears get the prep underway to celebrate your special day with friends. Have a great weekend everyone - and prepare for Mishka overload on Instastories!
Breakfasting with my Mum and her perennial spring go-to-brekky of cottage cheese, herbs, tomatoes, cucumbers, sprouts and radish. Today we used up the last of our @perfectionfreshaus kumatoes - full recipe in #thewholesomecookbook .
Posted: Oct 2, 2017 6:04 AM
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Long weekends mean Monday night meal prep, right? What are you making for the week? Here's a hint as to what I've been up to. Recipe in my book #TheWholesomeCookBook via link in bio.
We had a bit of a trial practice of blowing out ONE candle today since Matt is away next weekend for Mia's actual birthday and party. Swipe for more cuteness! He and Zac spent most of the day putting together the swing and slide set from the family. Then we enjoyed a barbecue and cake Liana and I made. Mia's first real foray into cake. She had a whole slice and loved loved it. 💕 Hey Mamas, quick question... how do you deal with regular bedtime and daylight savings? Block out blinds? Later bedtime?
Posted: Sep 30, 2017 9:46 PM
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Hello Sunday! Hello Avocado No Toast. Yup, it's not a typo... Although I like to serve bread on the side, it's not essential. Creamy and tangy and fresh with charred lemon. Can you feel summer is almost here?
An afternoon pick me up thanks to @ovvioorganics Chocolat Mint tea because planning two separate 1st Birthday parties and attending one is hard work people. I'm not much of a choc-mint fan, so when I say this is good, it really is.
Corn fritters are ALWAYS a good idea! Do you agree? These delicious #glutenfree babies are one of my faves and make an easy fridge stash snack. Recipe from @lornajaneactive Move Nourish Believe book and in the blog archives a while back and on the menu this morning. YUMMO!
In a billion years or perhaps in a blink of an eye you will be taller and stronger than me, my Mialinka, but for now my sweets, let me hold you a little closer and teach you one thing or two about the beauty of cooking real food from scratch to nourish you and to nourish me so that when the billion years or perhaps the blink of an eye is up, we can continue to share in the joys of making and eating good food together. 🏠❤️👩‍👧 #momentsinmotherhood #realfood
Can you feel summer is just around the corner? We certainly can! After a day at the beach yesterday, playing in sand (aka eating lots of it - not sure how it can be pleasant but Mia definitely thought so) we made my poached chicken and crab "San choy bow" cups for dinner to compete the summery vibes. Recipe is in #thewholesomecookbook you can order your signed copy via link in bio with free Aussie shipping. Let me know if you're interested in stocking it or using the book for fundraising as I offer great bulk discounts.
Pssst... I've just re-launched my cookbook store and Affilitate Program for The Wholesome Cook. Check it out via link in Instastories and register to earn 10-50% commission from the sales you refer. I also offer bulk pricing which is great for fundraising.
Mum's obviously staying home today (see all the garlicky pesto there) 🤣 enjoying her spinach and speck scramble, while I had a flip over spinach omelette with buttered sourdough sans pesto while doing something very exciting - see more on Instastories - how time flies is all I can say!
What do you do / make with leftover fresh basil? 🌱I need some inspiration beyond making a nutty pesto (today it's Brazil nuts and pine nuts) with garlic and @cobramestate extra virgin olive oil which, by the way, is perfect for stirring through pasta, dolloping on salads, dips or spreading on sandwiches 😋what else can we make??
Mia's asleep, the cover of my next cookbook has been shot - it was a massive undertaking with prep, cooking and sharing a meal with friends and neighbours of all ages. I'm pooped and about to sit down to an evening of writing. Coffee and farm cheese loaf will be my treat. Oh, and the tulips to keep me company. So beautiful! Tomorrow and over the weekend I'm attending the lifestyle medicine conference with so many interesting sessions and speakers. No rest for the wicked. I'll be sharing some of the insights from the conference on the blog. Stay tuned.
It's a scorcher of an afternoon so for afternoon tea we are cooling off with very berry and yoghurt smoothie bowls with nasturtium flowers and leaves from the garden. Meanwhile, I'm in the thick of prepping for tomorrow's cover shoot of my next cookbook Eating for Life's Seasons. Take a sneak peek behind the scenes on Instastories - more footage tomorrow! So so excited about this one! It's a production this time. PS Coordinating 10 people for tomorrow ain't easy, but I hope it will be fun!