Beerllarat is Brewing a Good Show

Beerllarat is Brewing a Good Show

Nov 28, 2016

  Saturday, 16 January 2016. The Ballarat Beer Festival is back for the fifth time, with the city to be renamed Beerllarat for the weekend of the festival. More than 35 craft brewers from across Australia will descend on City Oval in Ballarat for one day of tasting, matching and live brewing sessions...

Naked Chocolate Cake

Naked Chocolate Cake

Aug 18, 2016

By Teresa Cutter. Here’s my favourite recipe for a delicious one bowl chocolate cake, that I know you’ll just adore! This cake will suit most eating styles and it can be enjoyed by everyone – whether you’re gluten free, dairy free, paleo or just love eating chocolate, this cake is for you. WHAT’S...

BAROSSA VALLEY BREWING TO EXPAND

BAROSSA VALLEY BREWING TO EXPAND

Jul 11, 2016

After installing a new canning line, Barossa Valley Brewing is expanding nationally and rolling out new branding. Located in one of South Australia’s most famous wine regions, Barossa Valley, the brewery team chose to install a canning line for two important reasons – beer quality and the...

The Best Cauliflower Cheese

The Best Cauliflower Cheese

Jun 2, 2016

By Teresa Cutter. Cauliflower was often served at our Polish dinner table when I was growing up. Mum used to steam it lightly, then sauté in her cast iron pan with day old bread-crumbs and generous amounts of butter. Mum would also make the yummiest Parmesan laced béchamel that she would generously spoon...

Immune-Boosting Congee

Immune-Boosting Congee

May 26, 2016

By Teresa Cutter. When I’m feeling a little run down and need nourishing comfort food, I head to the kitchen and make my congee. Slow Cooked Brown Rice Congee With Ginger + Shallots which is featured in my cookbook Purely Delicious is the perfect warming dish to keep you healthy this winter. Serve...

Winter Warming Porridge With Chai Aromatics

Winter Warming Porridge With Chai Aromatics

May 19, 2016

By Teresa Cutter. This is a wonderful nourishing breakfast to help promote energy and vitality. I love porridge – it brings comfort and satisfaction to every mouthful and will keep you warm and cosy through these cold winter months. I love to add warming aromatics such as cinnamon and ginger that makes my...

Pancakes With Orange Blossom Honey

Pancakes With Orange Blossom Honey

May 5, 2016

By Teresa Cutter. Here is a delicious gluten free and healthy recipe for pancakes that are made from quinoa. They are perfect for a Sunday morning breakfast drizzled with the seductive flavours of orange and vanilla and even more indulgent when I’ve scattered over some lightly roasted hazelnuts. Feel free...

Fight The Cold Naturally

Fight The Cold Naturally

Apr 20, 2016

By Teresa Cutter When I’m a little stressed and run down, my immune system gets a little hammered, so I make a conscious effort to avoid getting sick with immune boosting foods and nutrients. Food is one of the most powerful tools we have to help prevent disease and a healthy body begins with a healthy...

Gingersnap + Lemon Tea

Apr 20, 2016

By Teresa Cutter In Natural Medicine, ginger is used as a potent detoxifying and antiviral herb that helps the body get rid of toxins, stimulate circulation and boost your immune system. It’s regarded as a natural antibiotic for the body and helps to reduce congestion and mucous production. Lemon is...

Immune Boosting Chicken Soup

Immune Boosting Chicken Soup

Apr 20, 2016

By Teresa Cutter When I was a little, my great Aunt used to make this amazing Polish chicken soup called Rosół to help fight a cold or flu.  It was amazing and you could instantly feel it’s healing effects with every mouthful.  If we wanted noodles with our soup, she would instantly beat up a few...

How To Make The Best Gluten-Free Bread

How To Make The Best Gluten-Free Bread

Apr 6, 2016

By Teresa Cutter. My purely delicious Quinoa + Chia Bread is gluten free, dairy free, egg free + sugar free, making it perfect for anyone with a food allergy or intolerance.  The most important steps would be to soak and rinse your quinoa and chia separately overnight before starting the recipe. The second...

It’s A Good Time For Apple Pie

It’s A Good Time For Apple Pie

Mar 30, 2016

By Teresa Cutter It’s apple season, and there’s nothing I love more than indulging in some homemade apple pie scented with just a hint of cinnamon and vanilla! For this recipe, I created a purely delicious shortcrust made from organic spelt and rolled oats. The spelt shortcrust is one of my favourites...

Raw Chocolate Cake

Raw Chocolate Cake

Mar 23, 2016

By Teresa Cutter What’s good about it: Dates give a lovely natural sweetness that replace traditional cane sugar.   They are also high in minerals, potassium, chromium, magnesium and iron. Cacao is high in magnesium and iron  and contains more antioxidants than red wine or green tea. Cacao...

Green Pea Fritters

Green Pea Fritters

Mar 16, 2016

By Teresa Cutter This is a wonderful meal you can whip up in around 10 minutes. What I love about these delicious green pea fritters is that you can also take any leftovers to work the next day and enjoy them cold or warm with a side salad of leafy greens, a squeeze of lemon and cold pressed olive...

Green Burgers

Green Burgers

Mar 16, 2016

By Teresa Cutter Over the last few weeks I’ve been creating some delicious green meals and juices that help nourish the body and  just make you feel great !  My green burgers take about 5 minutes to mix up and they are perfect hot out of the oven or cold as part of your lunch time salad.  Hubby loves...