Archive | February, 2012

wtf’s for dinner?

Today has been one of those hectic crazy days. Lauren (who works with me at Kamilla Johns Real Food) and I have been flat out preparing for the fitout of our production kitchen. Due to a serious and sad accident involving a very very large truck and a ute (we were in manufacturing country), we […]

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Ideas for my homegrown sage? (best roast chicken tips thrown in)

My veggie garden is jumping out of its skin today. I have so much sage – it’s time to share some ideas and some sage! I am thinking of roasting a beautiful Saskia Beer free range chicken which I bought yesterday from DJs foodhall. Might go simple and sandwich sage leaves under the chicken skin […]

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Jammy

Things are going well. Fingers crossed, we should get the DA for the Kamilla Johns Real Food production kitchen through next week, which is a big step towards our launch – and food being delivered your way. Poppy has worked out how to put her own shoes on (although it takes a little while) and […]

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What’s in your freezer? I’ll show you mine… Part 1

I am of course a fan of eating and cooking fresh ingredients from the markets. But the freezer is my go to when I’m super-busy – and with 3 kids under 4 years old that tends to be quite often. I try and keep my freezer packed with delicious comfort food. It doesn’t take any […]

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Moussaka

This is a very simple Moussaka recipe but it does take time to put together the various components. If you make a big batch it’s well worth it. I like assembling the Moussaka in a number of different sized dishes and freezing a few so that I have something perfect for a supper alone in […]

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Crumble

Back in my mid-20s when I was a crazy young lawyer working all hours my also lawyer husband and I would head out on a Friday night and would often end up drinking late with friends at our innercity terrace. One night, I brought out a perfectly cooked raspberry and pear crumble and ice cream […]

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