Jamie Oliver calls these the “BEST” fish baps…and I tend to agree! From his 15 Minute Meals cookbook, this family friendly recipe is simple, fresh and tasty, and with just a few small tweaks to accommodate my two fussy children, … Continued
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Kristie is a busy Brissy mum of two children, under the age of three, who works in Public Relations and says she is a ‘do the best with what I’ve got’ type of Home Chef.
Kristie dreams of being able to cook pasta from scratch and thinks food is ‘something that should inspire you’.<
I’m always on the lookout for meals that will keep both us parents and the kids happy, and this recipe from Jamie’s 15 minute meals is just the ticket. With a few minor tweaks, I had a quick and tasty … Continued
Today is Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day – a day to celebrate real food, knowing where it comes from and how to cook it. So, in the spirit of keeping basic cooking skills alive, here is a simple, delicious, nutritious … Continued
I’ve just pulled my glazed ham out of the oven, and I’ve got to tell you – it smells pretty darn good! It’s the first time I’ve ever given glazed ham a go; we usually opt for the cold, smoked … Continued
If you’ve been searching for the perfect Christmas pud recipe, you can stop looking! I have a very special Jamie Oliver recipe to share with you – Jamie’s Nan’s Christmas Pud, thanks to The Good Guys and Jamie’s Ministry of Food Australia, … Continued
We all know and love Jamie Oliver’s 30 Minute Meals – the top-selling cookbook, the television series. Cooking couldn’t be more simple, right? Wrong! Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals hits the shelves in Oz this week, and it promises to be … Continued
“There are moments in your life that you remember … this is one of those moments.” And with those words, Matt Preston welcomed Jamie Oliver into the Masterchef kitchen! Did you see it?! I was perched on the edge of … Continued
Last time I was here, at Jamie’s Ministry of Food in Ipswich, I was cooking with Jamie Oliver. We cooked fajitas, there was a chilli incident, and I walked away inspired by his passion for keeping cooking skills alive.
Nan pulls out a tattered notebook. It’s falling apart at the seams and weathered, browning pages flutter to the ground. “This was my mother’s – she would have loved you. She adored your mother. Spoiled her rotten”, Nan says. So … Continued