Peachy Keen: Monkfish Ceviche with Grilled Corn and Peach Salsa

Posted by Dani (@dani_sunario), Melbourne. After all of that Christmas feasting (I know, I know – I also discovered that there is a limit to how much pfeffernüsse you can consume in one sitting), food is probably the last thing you ever want to see. UNTIL YOU MEET THIS GUY. LOOK! SO PRETTY, SO HEALTHY,Continue reading “Peachy Keen: Monkfish Ceviche with Grilled Corn and Peach Salsa”

Better chocoLATE than never! Ginger Rocky Road and Candy Cane Rocky Road

Posted by Dani (@dani_sunario), Melbourne. Day three and four of our festive madness comes in the form of a combined post. How about I give you two recipes in one that can be made in less than 20 minutes AND could also double as super tasty last minute I-really-wanted-to-get-you-somethin’-nice-but-I-ran-out-of-time-so-here-is-something-homemade-that-shows-i’ve-been-thoughtful gifts? Better chocoLATE than never, right?Continue reading “Better chocoLATE than never! Ginger Rocky Road and Candy Cane Rocky Road”

Edamame, is it Christmas yet? Sautéed Radishes and Edamame in Miso Butter

Posted by Dani (@dani_sunario), Melbourne. Instead of gifting you a couple of turtle doves on day two of our festive cooking week, we are bringing you a delicious vegetarian dish that isn’t necessarily traditional in Christmas flavour, but certainly vibrant enough in colour to rekindle the festive spirit. Better yet, this guy takes less thanContinue reading “Edamame, is it Christmas yet? Sautéed Radishes and Edamame in Miso Butter”

Soup’ed Up: Cold Vegetarian Apple, Carrot, and Ginger Soup with Cashew Dukkah

Posted by Dani (@dani_sunario), Melbourne. I may be known around these parts as a bit salt fiend, but little do most of you know that I am also a MASSIVE juice fiend. Freshly squeezed apple, carrot, and ginger juice is my kind of liquid gold. Sometimes, I even like to add a little celery juiceContinue reading “Soup’ed Up: Cold Vegetarian Apple, Carrot, and Ginger Soup with Cashew Dukkah”

Totally Nuts: Vegan Choc-Nut Granola

Posted by Katie (@katiem31837943), Perth. This granola is nuts. It’s gluten-free, grain-free, vegan, and nearly sugar-free (what’s a little maple syrup amongst friends). But that’s not what makes this granola great. It’s nutty-chocolatey- get in ma belly – tasty. It’s so good I cut my tongue licking the mix off the blender blade (totes worthContinue reading “Totally Nuts: Vegan Choc-Nut Granola”

EnThaicing Beef Salad with Lychees, Rice Vermicelli, and Mint

Posted by Dani (@dani_sunario), Melbourne. Since the heinous turn of weather in Melbourne this week (seriously guy, get your sh*t together), I’ve been dreaming of the tropical fruits and asian desserts I used to have as a kid on humid holidays in South East Asia – coconut juice from the husk,  freshly squeezed sugar caneContinue reading “EnThaicing Beef Salad with Lychees, Rice Vermicelli, and Mint”

Get Outta My Grill: Summer Vegetable Salad with Prosciutto Crumb and Sesame & Sumac Yoghurt

Posted by Dani (@dani_sunario), Melbourne. It was a disgustingly hot 37 degrees in Melbourne today. The only thing keeping me from not dying in this heat is how supercool I already am. JOKES. (More likely  it’s the super-sized Lemon, Lime and Bitters flavoured slushies from the local 7-11  that I have been inhaling all dayContinue reading “Get Outta My Grill: Summer Vegetable Salad with Prosciutto Crumb and Sesame & Sumac Yoghurt”

Cool Bananas: (Optionally Vegan) Frozen Banana Truffles

Posted by Tiff (@tiffanyalisonha), Perth. Much to my dismay, our oven broke last week. So no more banana bread, aka the final stage of evolution for a banana that’s about to go bad. This isn’t a complete tragedy, since it’s been too hot to bake anyway, and now that I’ve discovered these bad boys, IContinue reading “Cool Bananas: (Optionally Vegan) Frozen Banana Truffles”

Seoul Searching: Vegetarian Fish Cakes + Cucumber Pickle

Posted by Dani (@dani_sunario), Melbourne. Korean fusion food is all the rage at the moment, especially with food trucks in the US capitalising on the Korean-Mexican fusion. Bulgogi burrito with a side of kimchi? You don’t have to ask me twice! I mean, both cuisines count rice as a staple, so really it’s not that far aContinue reading “Seoul Searching: Vegetarian Fish Cakes + Cucumber Pickle”