Duck; it is delicious, easy to cook and naturally nice and fatty. In Australia Duck is sold in the major supermarkets under the brand name Luv a Duck. They also sell tubs of duck fat. Grab the duck breast with skin. I pan fried a nice piece of duck breast with skin and then popped … Continue reading Roast Duck
I ate some lightly steamed gai lan covered with soy sauce and toasted sesame oil last night. Caspian decided to steal some, which might be attributed to the amazing smell of the sauce. I decided to take a gamble and make some for Caspian. So what follows is the result. I must say I am … Continue reading Trout with Asian greens
This is for the other Aussies out there doing it keto-style, so forgive me my global friends! I have found some pre-packaged goodies I want to share with you. This post may be one of several I suspect. Dips. Why? Flavour, pre- calculated, fast, versatile, vegetable loaded and yummy! There are dozens out there. These … Continue reading Yum
Hello! Hello, fellow travelers. I apologise for my absence, I have had many posts brewing in my head yet little time to jot them down, as it has been the long summer holidays for us Australians. Long holidays = entertaining small child all day every day for 6 weeks. I must confess I was seriously … Continue reading Summer Time in the City
Caspian is on strike. He won’t eat. Unless it is animal fat, meat, chocolate or soy cream. In absolute desperation I have caved in and started feeding him exactly what he wants. This is where the local RSL’s bistro ( Returned Serviceman’s League) has been a godsend. They make a mean roast pork. The steamed … Continue reading Eating Out!
Caspian absolutely loved this simple soup, hooray! It is a 3.25 to 1 ratio for 300 calories ( as always please check this calculation at home yourself). 25 g of corn kernals ( I used frozen kernals) 8g Chicken thigh, cooked 14g macadamia nuts 17g chicken fat or coconut oil 1g of Hilde Hemmes powdered … Continue reading Chicken and corn soup
This is a nice and quick salad. I have presented it here as a 3.16 to 1 ratio for 298 calories. It will easily convert up to a higher ratio and still retain its flavour.This lovely recipe has come from one of my favourite blogs, 101cookbooks.com . 90g of Lebanese Cucumber 15g of raw lemon 15g … Continue reading Cucumber and Tofu Salad