It was Australia Day on Saturday. I won’t get into the politics, other than to say I broadly support the much-discussed idea of moving that celebration to a less controversial date. I didn’t actually realise it was Jan 26 until late in the day, but my plans for dinner were already underway by then. And … Continue reading Is it un-Australian to eat vegan?
Indian is one of my favourite cuisines. That hasn't always been the case. Back in the 80s in not-so-multicultural Queensland, the curry we'd have at family dinner comprised of sliced up boiled eggs and sausages smothered in a radioactive yellow gravy made from Keen's Curry Powder. I hated it and assumed all curries tasted that … Continue reading Vegan korma
As you know, I've been mostly vego/vegan for a few months now and am feeling really good for it. I'm exceeding my daily quota for vegetables and have found some amazing recipes that aren't heavy in coconut milk or fats. But, one thing has continued to flummox me. Yes, I'm flummoxed! And that's getting the … Continue reading Vego protein challenges
It's been a while since I posted about my vego/vegan cooking. That doesn't mean I haven't been doing it, I've just been lazy and haven't blogged about it. I've had a few huge successes, thanks partly to a birthday gift from my BFFs, the Eat Vegan recipe book from the legends at Smith & Daughters. If … Continue reading Return of the lentil
If you're reading this, the chances are high that you're my friend. And if you're my friend, then the chances are also high that I won't have had a face-to-face discussion with you for a while. I'm better on SMS or the socials, but even then, I'm quite bad at staying in touch. It's not … Continue reading Upping the friendship game