Rhubarb & Blood Orange Chia Jam

Austrlian spring brings us rhubarb and that means poaching, roasting, and making jam! Enjoy this delicious and nutritious jam. It contains 16% of your recommended vitamin C intake! Rhubarb & Blood Orange Chia Jam Ingredients (15 servings): 1 kg rhubarb 2 blood oranges 1 tbsp chia seeds 1 tbsp honey, or more to taste Method: … Continue reading Rhubarb & Blood Orange Chia Jam


Tahini, cardamom & rose water granola

When I think about rose water, I usually think of baklavas. The flaky phyllo layered with nuts soaked in honey and rose water syrup, are always a guilty pleasure. This granola is reminiscent of the pastry, with its crunch, honey and cardamom, though much less sweet. Alternatively, you can add pistachios, sesame seeds, cashews to … Continue reading Tahini, cardamom & rose water granola

Polish pączki

I've just returned from an amazing trip to Poland where I visited large cities like Wrocław (pronounced vroot-suave) and Krakow (pronounced crack-oov). I also visited smaller towns, including Zdrójs (pronounced z-droo-i), meaning sources, Ibramovich, where we visited a closed monastery as well as Zakopane, a resort town in the south of Poland, near the Tatra … Continue reading Polish pączki