When it comes to a healthy and easy breakfast, I for one sometimes find my self in a food rut. Once I find a smoothie that I like, I tend to use it day after day, however I have decided to branch out and try some other smoothie recipes that I can mix it up a bit with!
Let’s be honest for a minute, how many of you have found a recipe that looks absolutely delicious, but one glance at the ingredients and method just make it all seem like too much work? I for one have been guilty of this more than a few times! So when my friend sent me this raw blueberry, fig and coconut cream cheesecake recipe from Frankie Magazine, I thought I would give it a go and prove myself wrong!
Thought giving up meat meant giving up those delicious Asian goodies? Well dumpling fans rejoice! Here is a recipe that incorporates all those flavours that we love without any dairy, eggs or meat.
Here’s a recipe that I cook at least three times a week! Anyone that knows me well also knows that I have a big sweet tooth, and this dish does the job of satisfying both my sweet and savoury cravings!
One of my highest priorities when I landed in Melbourne is a restaurant that was recommended to me by my foodie Mum.Located in Fitzroy, it’s an average-sized restaurant called Yong Green Food serving a range of raw and vegetarian dishes.
For years I have heard over and over again that Melbourne is the place to go for food, culture and fashion. So as soon as my partner landed a few photography gigs I took up the opportunity to experience it all for myself!
For those with a sweet tooth, here is a recipe that I designed one night when I was feeling particularly tired and craving ice cream.
Finding vegetarian and/or vegan food on-the-go can be challenging on the best of days so I thought I would let you all know about a fantastic delicious dumpling chain that I stumbled upon whilst christmas shopping with my boyfriend.