Happy Yuletide – Midwinter Fun!

What a wonderful and social Winter it has been! On Sunday fortnight we celebrated Yulefest. In the cold and frosty morning, Will and I (with Tin Tin) went up to Spook’s Hill and cut down a couple of fir boughs. I showed Will the toadstools that had popped up in through the carpet of fir […]

Red Currant Cordial

Ingredients: Weigh red currants (or other berries) Water at same ratio as currants/berries (1g:1ml) Caster Sugar at half ratio as water (1ml:2mls) White Vinegar Instructions: Clean currants/berries and take out any sprigs, leaves etc Add currants/berries and water to pan Bring to boil and simmer for 15 minutes Strain into a bowl using a colander […]

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Paleo & Vegan Pecan Pie

A couple of weekends ago we had a little get together with friends, the house was full of playing children (and a very tolerant cat) and I thought I’d finally try a recipe that I had been wanting to try for a while now. The result was delicious and tasted like the pecan pies I […]

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Recipe – Paleo Zucchini Chocolate Brownie

Hi there. It has been such a long time since I last posted anything. So much has happened but I’ll save that for a later post. In the meantime, I’ve found a fantastic recipe for paleo (gluten free, dairy free, sugar free) zucchini, chocolate brownie, which is a handy recipe to have on the cusp […]

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Food – The Art of Health

Last Saturday David and I went on a ‘date’ without our baby William for the first time in almost a year. Actually, it was better than a date! It was a fantastic dinner and panel discussion hosted by the Mulloon Institute at Mulloon Creek Farm on ‘Food – the Art of Health.’ The inspiring and […]

Monday Link Heaven

Another Monday rolls around and we have a pile of interesting articles to read. Enjoy! EAT We are just starting to get our heads around adding organ meats to our diets, actually eating heart, liver, kidneys etc. We want to overcome our distaste because we want to reduce wastage and improve our nutrition. We thought […]

I have come a long way – A GreenFoodie’s Eating Adventures

A conversation with one of our readers and then this morning with my sister Zoe, who is a very healthy and happy vegan and guest writer for this website, sparked the urge to write this post. I have been complaining about the state of my skin for a while and how disappointed I am that […]

Food for Thought – A Vegan’s Journey

Hello Greenfoodies! It has been a while I know, apologies.  As we all know life can get a little bit crazy, but winter (especially over the holidays) is a good time for rest, contemplation and reconnection.  With this in mind, I was very thrilled to have recently discovered a Townsville based group called ‘Food for […]

Monday Link Heaven

Ok, so the Sunday link post has now become Monday’s weekly link update. Whatever the day it makes for some interesting reading. EAT 20 more reasons to have more honey in your life, need we say more? Can Red Meat Be Part of a Healthful Diet? This is an excellent article by Dr. Mercola on […]

Kitchen Cabinet Sunday Lunch: Goat and Chestnuts

Last Sunday was an absolutely gorgeous day, the trees blazed with flame coloured leaves and a cloudless blue sky stretched from horizon to horizon. The air was crisp with Autumn chill, softened around the edges by the warm sun. What a perfect day for a Sunday lunch to celebrate the tastes of Autumn in the […]

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