Category Archive: Recipe

Callum Hann’s Zucchini and Haloumi Fritters

As promised in my post yesterday, here is a recipe extract from Callum Hann’s new cookbook I’d Eat That, provided by Allen & Unwin Publishers. This first recipe (there’s one coming tomorrow too –… Continue reading

Overnight Oats

Recently, a friend of mine posted a plea for help on Facebook. She wanted to know how to make overnight oats. I was instantly intrigued. Clearly, I’d missed something. Overnight oats? What were… Continue reading

Caprese Salad

This is probably going to be the quickest blog post in All You Do Is Eat History. Because this recipe will take you like TWO minutes. Way back in July (I told you… Continue reading

Pumpkin Ravioli with Burnt Butter and Crispy Sage

Happy Monday everyone! Today’s post is brought to you by the letter B. Jokes, it’s actually brought to you by Boyfriend. Ravioli with burnt butter and crispy sage is something we’ve eaten out… Continue reading

Summer Fish Spaghetti with Pangrattato and Cherry Tomatoes

Oh, this lovely summer weather! It’s too bad that now I’m back at work I can’t enjoy it. I did enjoy it while it lasted though, with trips to the beach to sunbake,… Continue reading

DIY Pizza Inspiration: Bresaola and Caramelised Tomatoes

Homemade pizza is one of the easiest things to make. Not only is it fast, but it’s pretty difficult to mess up. All you need is a handful of good ingredients and an… Continue reading

DIY Pizza Inspiration: Proscuitto, Mushroom and Goats Cheese

If your appetite is as big as mine, one pizza is never enough.  The night Boyfriend and I made Bresaola and Caramelised Tomato Pizza, we also made a proscuitto one. This pizza was… Continue reading

Black Bean Balls

Black beans are one of my current loves. I can’t get enough of beans. Any kind of beans. I don’t discriminate. Kidney beans, cannellini beans, bortolotti beans, black beans, you name it –… Continue reading

The Pho Experiment

Today we have an exciting guest post from Boyfriend! I hate to admit to you all that Boyfriend is actually a better cook than me.  But he’s been doing it for longer, so… Continue reading

Zucchetti – Zucchini Spaghetti with Roast Capsicum and Tomato Sauce

A friend told me about zuchetti a while back and I was so intrigued I knew I had to try it. So I made it for my family one night with a tomato… Continue reading

Elderflower and Sparkling Wine Cocktail

When I went out to dinner with some friends recently we set out to order a jug of their cocktail special featuring St Germain. St Germain is a liqueur made from elderflowers. I… Continue reading

Caramelised Onion and Goats Cheese Tarts

By now you might have noticed my obsession for goats cheese. Goats cheese is something I will never get sick of and I’m up for the challenge of trying it in as many… Continue reading

Mixed Berry Eton Mess

One of my favourite desserts ever is the classic and simple Eton Mess. I like to think of it as a deconstructed pavlova (kind of). It’s so easy to make and tastes delicious. … Continue reading

Blood Orange with Dark Chocolate and Sea Salt

As part of my Father’s Day lunch the weekend before last, I decided to make these gorgeous blood orange segments dipped in dark chocolate and sprinkled with sea salt. I saw them over… Continue reading

Spiced Apple Iced Tea

This year for Mother’s Day, I threw a lunch for my mum (my siblings helped). She always cooks big feasts for our birthdays so I decided it was finally time to return the… Continue reading

Baking Day Challenge. Cake Pops Take Two.

At work last week, we had our usual Baking Day fundraiser, but this time round one of the girls upped the ante and made it a competition. This meant I had to put… Continue reading

Snow Cakes

When I was in primary school, many moons ago, my school put together a cookbook.  It’s nothing fancy – black and white, no images, bound together with your standard ring binder.  Nothing at… Continue reading

Pan Fried Gnudi AKA Ricotta Gnocchi. With roasted cherry tomatoes and pancetta

The first time I made gnocchi, traditional gnocchi with potatoes, it took me literally four hours. Now that I’ve made it a few times, I’m slightly quicker. But still it’s not something I… Continue reading

Fig and Goat’s Cheese Tart

In one of my last blog posts I said that I was a sucker for cheese.   So in the spirit of cheese, here is something I made with my mum as part of… Continue reading

Quick and Easy Three Bean Salad

This is a super quick salad you can whip up for a delicious and healthy lunch.  There is so little effort involved and the best part is – not too much washing up.… Continue reading