Spicy Roast Parsnip Soup

Spicy roast parsnip soup served with some crusty bread

Bring warmth to a cold winter night with this delicious and healthy roast parsnip soup. Infused with exotic flavours of cumin, turmeric and garam masala, it’s easy to make and very cost-effective.

Enjoy with homemade crusty bread or sandwiches as a starter, quick meal or late night snack.
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Black Bean Coconut Rice

Black bean coconut rice served with a double pork chop

Side dishes are often overlooked, with focus given to the main event. Yet they can be fantastic in their own right, a true co-star instead of a supporting cast member.

Black bean coconut rice is just such a dish. It’s a superb companion for meals with a bit of a kick.
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Easy Home-Baked Bloomer Loaf

A freshly cut home-baked bloomer loaf, ready to eat

One of my favourite aromas is that of freshly baked bread, even beating a good red wine. And it’s easy to make a crusty, tasty loaf at home with virtually no effort.

Impress your family and friends alike by baking your very own home-baked bloomer loaf.

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Pho Ga – Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup

A bowl of Pho Ga served in a cafe in Saigon

Walk around any town or city in Vietnam and you’ll find a Pho vendor, either a curbside street stall or a bustling cafe. Pho is a very popular Vietnamese noodle soup dish, normally served with beef (Pho Bo) or chicken (Pho Ga).

From my first taste, it was an instant hit. So many new and exotic flavours and aromas. This just had to be made when we got back home … which happened, and as a result of eating this wonderful dish, I dropped 19kg (3 stone) in weight.

Delicious, cost-effective and incredibly healthy, I hope you enjoy Pho Ga.
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