Category Archives: sacred food

Fusilli, Bacon and Cheese

The ultimate comfort food.  Bacon, cheese and pasta.   This is what the Greeks meant by Ambrosia. I can’t believe I haven’t blogged this recipe before.  It is truly the best. Making it this way with layers, rather than mixing … Continue reading

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Slow Cooker Tomato Sauce

Here in the outback, you make do with what is on hand and waste as little as possible.  Even the liquid from pickle jars has potential.  I think my use of it is quite innovative. Fresh tomatoes are not usually … Continue reading

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Turkey with Cranberry and Ginger Stuffing

I tried a new stuffing this year.  It may well be my best yet. Also the simplest.  The festive zing of ginger works well for me. Ingredients: for a small to med turkey. 6 pork sausages, skinned 1 medium onion, finely … Continue reading

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Curried Horse a la Tika

Well, I have curried a horse before, but never in the culinary sense. Also I have been pulled by a horse but I haven’t pulled one. Here I am putting the horse before the à la carte. I am sure … Continue reading

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Plum Sauce

This is not your typical Asian-style plum sauce, but a traditional Kiwi style from the 1960s, based on the recipe in the iconic Edmonds Cook Book.  This comes from a time before anyone in NZ knew that Asian food existed.  … Continue reading

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Savoury Mushroom and Bacon Cheese Bread

I found some aging home-made yoghurt in the back of the fridge and though it was somewhat old, it did not smell bad or have any blooms of mould.  I remembered that my dear auld Irish Grandma would never waste … Continue reading

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