Pork Belly Burger with Pineapple and Mint Salsa and Sweet Potato Puree

Shall we address the fact that I have not posted in a while, or shall we just move onto the fact that pineapple makes my tongue itchy? Well it does and has done all of my life. I still eat it though and it’s especially good paired with this crispy po
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In My Kitchen – September

Where did last month go? It felt to me like it just flew by and it’s already time for a new In My Kitchen post. If you would like to join in the monthly tour of ‘In My Kitchen’ and to see what others have in their kitchens, pop over
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Kouign Amann

Kouign Amann is a funny sounding name (at least in my mind) for a delicious puff pastry. It’s French, so naturally it’s delicious and this also means that you pronounce the ‘kouign’ part as ‘kween’ or ‘kwin.’ Yep, the French sure do know how to do pa
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Avocado Toast with Dukkah and Persian Feta

Key and I haven’t been eating out much lately (blame having only one income for a while there) but on the rare occasion when we have been out somewhere for brunch or breakfast, I’ve noticed a lot of avocado and dukkah toast combinations on menus. It’
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Vietnamese Pork Rolls with Pickle and Aioli – aka Banh Mi

This is not a new recipe. It is in fact, the exact same recipe that I have posted on here before. These Vietnamese Pork Rolls, or banh mi, are so damn good. I would title this post ‘crack sandwiches,’ but I don’t want to give anyone the wrong idea ha
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Chocolate and Orange Hot Cross Buns

Happy Easter everyone! Did you know that it is entirely acceptable to eat hot cross buns for breakfast, afternoon tea and dessert during the week of Easter? Jokes aside, I am not a religious person at all, but I do enjoy Easter for many reasons such
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Mushroom Bruschetta with Mushrooms Two Ways, Lemon and Mint Ricotta and Smashed Peas

This is a total copycat recipe. As the saying goes though, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. This dish is modelled on a mushroom bruschetta on the breakfast menu at Ricardo’s Cafe. Their website and location details can be found here. Mrs.
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Grissini with Smoked Salt

This week, we are lucky enough to be house (and cat) sitting at my mum and dad’s place, while they are holidaying in Tasmania. We don’t move into our new place until Sunday, so this has been an excellent (and mutually beneficial) arrangem
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Tomato Bruschetta with Whipped Feta Spread

The word ‘bruschetta’ is one of those words that I can never remember how to pronounce correctly. If I go to order it at a restaurant or something, I always freeze up as I go to say it because a voice in my heads suddenly pops up and reminds me that
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