Posts tagged Australia
I was lucky enough to receive a package from Game Farm, the largest multi-species game bird producer in the Southern Hemisphere, specialising in the breeding and processing of game birds, specialty poultry and supply of game meats. One of the products I received to try was a duck. I have to say this was rather intimidating at first since I have never roasted a chicken let alone a duck (I have always left big roasts to the pro, my mum).
I wanted to make duck pancakes as I used to love getting these from Chinese restaurants but since going gluten free More >
You know when you hear about an idea and you wish you had thought of it… well that’s exactly what I thought when I heard about Allergy Riders.
Allergy Riders is a fun and simple food labelling systems for those with dairy, gluten, egg and nut allergies as well as those who choose to eat vegan. The range consists of cupcake baking cups and food flags.
Personally, I get nervous when going to a function that they will place my ‘special’ food near everyone else’s ‘normal’ food and therefore it will get accidentally eaten before I can More >
The first time I walked into Coco Chocolate in Kirribilli it was in the middle of summer and therefore it was some ridiculously high temperature outside. As I walked into the air conditioned Coco Chocolate store I gave a sigh of relief to which the friendly staff member noted that they always keep their shop at an optimum temperature for the chocolate.
After cooling down a little my first question, as it always seems to be these days, was whether their chocolate is gluten free. As I took in all the colour and smell I was relieved to hear the answer More >
I was recently introduced to pilpel dips during our Melbourne Cup lunch at work. Having coeliac and gluten and dairy intolerant employees always makes these kind of work functions a challenge, however we always manage to have an amazing spread of food. Our Melbourne Cup lunch was no different with bread (gluten free and glutenous), crackers, antipasto items including sundried tomatoes, ham, salami and olives, prawns and a selection of pilpel dips.
pilpel dips are all gluten and dairy free simply because the chef believes that you shouldn’t add anything to food that’s not essential to the flavour. At our More >