I know I said I was going to do one of these posts every month but I did forewarn that it may not happen due to a lack of discipline on my behalf. As I mentioned, I am retired and thriving on the lack of discipline. In any event, I decided there was no point writing a post about what we’ve been cooking when we haven’t been cooking much.
It is Spring and we are always busy outdoors in Spring. As I mentioned last year, Spring is all about mowing, preparing for the fire season, renovating the vegie patch, fertilising the roses and the fruit trees, etc. When the sun bears down in mid-Summer and I refuse to go outdoors, there may be more happening indoors, but not at the moment.
Because of the above, it has taken me two months to accumulate enough to warrant a post. Continue reading
Even though I seem to spend half my life in the kitchen, I didn’t make many favourites last month. We sampled quite a few new recipes (most of which weren’t post-worthy) and we have eaten quite a bit of ho-hum food of late. As a consequence, there are only a couple of old favourites to report for this month’s round up of What we’ve been cooking. Continue reading
First cab off the rack for this month’s round up of What we’ve been cooking is pumpkin, cashew & coriander soup. No wonder pumpkin soup has made an appearance with all those pumpkins under the house. Continue reading
I have had an idea to do a regular post like this for ages. I ran the idea past Maus and she assured me that the idea was ‘boring‘ but I have decided to proceed, nonetheless, as I think the idea good.
I have been writing a blog for 3 years now and, whilst it is good to try new things, the reality is I have old favourites that we make, time and time again, and some of the new recipes I have posted, I want to make again.
So what I have decided to do is: once a month, tell you what previously posted recipes we have made in the last month. I don’t know what I will do if, in one particular month, there aren’t any – we will have to wait and see. After a while, I am sure there will be repeats but that is good. You will soon get an idea of which recipes we love the most. Continue reading