peppadews

Feta, sage & Peppadew scones

Thumbnail image for Feta, sage & Peppadew scones December 3, 2010

  Hands up – who likes a good haiku? I certainly do – and here’s one I made earlier          My reflection grows     Older with each passing year     But never wiser   What is it with wisdom?  Why is it so damn elusive?  I was talking to a dear friend’s 18-year old daughter the other day, […]

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Feta, Peppadew and thyme quiche for a blogger photo afternoon

Thumbnail image for Feta, Peppadew and thyme quiche for a blogger photo afternoon November 10, 2010

  As anybody who cooks for a living, or who blogs for an obsession, will know, going to eat at other people’s houses can be a social minefield.  First there is the “oh I can’t have YOU over for dinner – you won’t possibly enjoy the simple food that I can cook – too much […]

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Zucchini, peppadew and feta bread

November 2, 2008

Question: what does a self-confessed non-baker bake when she’s required to bake bread for a worthy cause? Answer:  something quick, nutritious, and delicious that reminds her a little of home.  And did I mention quick? Now most traditional leavened breads use yeast as a rising agent, and my problem with yeast is that it takes time.  Time […]

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Baby pak choi and Peppadew stir-fry

June 21, 2007

I am one of those rare women who does not go all gooey at the mention of the word chocolate.  It’s not that I dislike it, it’s just that I’m more of a savoury girl and I simply can’t see how chocolate is going to make it all better.  But don’t let that make you […]

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