Beetroot, Fennel and Mint Salad with Turmeric Tempeh

  • 08 October 2013

Last Monday unbeknown to one another, Makrand (my partner) and I had been into Mullumbimby and visited the local herbal dispensary, Mullum Herbals. Both of us for different ailments and both within minutes of each other. My inquiry was not an ailment as such  but a question on what herbs to take for anxiety and at the end of the conversation the lovely naturopath said that anxiety can be...

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Delicious and Nutritious Cooking Class and Easy Stir Fry Recipe

  • 24 September 2013

After a very successful raw food workshop last weekend I am very happy to announce one last cooking class for 2013, to be held on the 20th of October.  The class will be the Delicious and Nutritious workshop. In this workshop you will learn a variety of simple and easy recipes that you will feel confident in trying out at home. The recipes will include snacks, entrees, mains, drinks and...

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Beetroot and Green Bean Curry

  • 23 September 2013

Beetroot and Green Bean curryI have a skill that comes easily to me, I can’t often say this so I am quite proud of this skill and it was learned directly from my grandmother. It’s the skill of being able to create a delicious meal out of meager ingredients.  Looking into a next to empty fridge I can quickly think of a creative delight to whip up for dinner. I remember living with Mama, my...

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Denise Latham's Lettuces and In Between Season's Salad Recipe

  • 09 September 2013

A year into my business I started to frequent the New Brighton Farmers Market as well as the Byron Bay farmers market. On my first visit I came across a stall selling organic lettuces. Prior to this visit I had been buying an organic lettuce mix and was getting a relatively good price on it. However, when I saw these lettuces at New Brighton Farmers market there was something quite different...

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Fennel Soup

  • 02 September 2013

Fennel SoupAs the weather changes so will the vegetables available at our local farmers markets, I am looking forward to seeing what is in season this spring. I have thoroughly enjoyed the winter vegetables this year, lots of brocoli, beans, snowpeas and silverbeet as well as one of my all time favourtie vegetables, fennel. The wonderful farmer who sells it at the Mullumbimby farmers market told...

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Flo Fenton's Teacher Training and a Curry Recipe

  • 26 August 2013

I have a great number of clients and yoga schools I cater for each year and I would like to over time introduce you to them and the work they do.  One of the local Byron Bay yoga teachers, Flo Fenton runs three yoga retreats a year and several teacher trainings. This coming October she begins stage two of her yoga teacher training and I am very excited to be catering on it. As Flo is a local...

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Vegan Catering on Retreats

  • 24 August 2013

I have recently been booked in to cater for a few new retreats and as these retreats will have people attending who have never met me or eaten my food I want to offer some information about vegan catered retreats. First time on a vegan retreatOver the last five years I have catered for many retreats and of course all of them have been vegetarian. At times a few new retreat participants have come...

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Vegetarian Cooking Classes and Green Smoothie Recipe

  • 18 August 2013

Vegetarian Cooking Classes and Green Smoothie RecipeI am delighted to let you know that I will be having a raw food preparation class in the Byron Bay shire on the 22nd September.  So far I have conducted many cooking classes but they have been away from home.  This is the first in the Byron Bay area, where I live and I am excited. This class will be very small in size so there are...

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Quick and Easy Pasta Sauce Recipe

  • 12 August 2013

Preservative Free CookingLast week I couldn’t resist picking up and purchasing the woman’s weekly vegetarian cookbook. The first vegetarian cook book I ever bought at sixteen was the woman’s weekly one. Much has changed since I was sixteen, nice big glossy photos, lots of internationally inspired herbs and spices, and a brilliant array of  grains and pulses being used. Also it appears that...

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Mak and Veet Cauliflower Soup

  • 18 July 2013

Someone once told me it is not really good to compromise in relationships.  However I have to say the compromise I made with this soup worked wonderfully.  So if I could remember who that someone was I’d go and tell him or her that sometimes, just sometimes compromising can really pay off. I love blended soups and my partner, Makrand loves soups that are chunky and have lots of...

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