Le Cordon Bleu Master, Chef Samantha Gowing

Tag Archives of : Celebration

20Jan
2018
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Australia Day Lamb Koftas

Australia Day strikes a bittersweet note on our calendar signalling the end of long summer holidays and heralding the return to work and school. Many Aussies honour the landing of white man onto this great southern land, while others prefer to label it Invasion Day. Whatever your beef, there’s no better way to get ready […]

22Jan
2014
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Citrus Polenta Pancakes

This is a recipe once created especially for Shrove Tuesday, the day that precedes Ash Wednesday that heralds the beginning of Lent. Traditionally it’s Pancake Day, a day to indulge yourself before the dietary restrictions of “Giving it up for Lent”. However it is also a great treat for any holiday or sunny sunday. Serve […]

23Aug
2012
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Superfoods Masterclass Sept. 1st

There’s a couple of seats left for next weekend’s Melbourne Masterclass. This is the last Melbourne class for the year. Can you come? Hope so, here’s the details. __________________________ Organic Superfoods Masterclass NEXT CLASS: 1st September  2012 12pm HURRY! LIMITED AVAILABILITY $250 inclusive of HANDS ON class, lunch and nutrition handbook Register or call 0411 852 […]

21May
2012
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FODMAP friendly cacao, coconut and banana muffins

FODMAPs are Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols – a collection of molecules found in food that are poorly absorbed by some digestive systems. which in turn may present with Irritable Bowel Syndrome like symptoms including abdominal pain and bloating. The usual food suspects are most dried fruit, onions, garlic, artichokes, asparagus, honey – and […]

18Feb
2012
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Coconut Paleo Cake

 This tropical celebration cake is entirely gluten free and comprising of coconut flour for the starch, this is the healthiest guilt free cake I have ever made and perfect if you are avoiding processed grains and flours. You can even grind your own coconut in a Thermomix if you have one. 50 grams/½ cup goji […]

17Jan
2012
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The Power of the Pav

Australia Day strikes a bittersweet note on our calendar signalling the end of long summer holidays and heralding the return to work and school. Many Aussies honour the landing of white man onto this great southern land while others prefer to label it Invasion Day, not to mention the New Zealand versus Australia for the ownership […]