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SEAsonality – the Marine Fishers Association New Resource For Seafood Lovers

11/09/2015 | By

Check out the new Marine Fishers Association SEAsonality website for fresh, new seafood inspiration and some fab recipes!

SEAsonality MFA website

I’m told that the warmer weather is approaching (although at the time of writing this, this food blogger is finding that a little hard to believe) meaning lots of us will want to move away from the heavy comfort dishes of winter and look to lightening up our diet – often seafood is a favourite way to do this.

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The Difference Between Cold & Hot Smoked Salmon – & a Winter Salad Recipe

17/07/2015 | By

Discover the difference between cold smoked & hot smoked salmon & try this delicious Hot Smoked Salmon, Orange & Couscous Salad.

Smoked salmon salad

Hot Smoked Salmon, Orange & Couscous Salad

We all know that we’re supposed to eat plenty of omega 3-rich oily fish – this good fat helps to reduce triglycerides thus reducing the risk of heart disease, protects the brain from memory loss and dementia and reduces inflammation associated with arthritis, among other things –  but I’m just not much of a fishy person. However, one oily fish I am happy to eat is salmon.

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A summery Smoked Salmon Salad with Saffron Mayo

13/02/2015 | By

Summery smoked Salmon Salad with Saffron Mayo

Summery smoked Salmon Salad with Saffron Mayo

With the very notable exception of the January bush fires, this summer has been relatively kind to the Adelaide Hills, with mild days and cool nights.

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Fennel, Orange & Salmon Bake

06/06/2014 | By

I know one shouldn’t do this, but I frequently experiment with my new recipes on unsuspecting dinner guests. This may or may not put you off if I invite you for a meal but, in my defense, I’ve never had to throw the dinner out and order pizza. Neither have I had any gastric disasters that I’m aware of, although my friends may just be too polite to say.

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The KitchenAid Gourmet Summit Cookoff

16/05/2014 | By

As I mentioned in my first post about my time at the KitchenAid Gourmet Summit, we spent a lot of time learning new cooking skills from the chefs at Enderun College. We honed those skills through three separate hands-on workshops, discovering some of the wonderful shortcuts the range of KitchenAid products offers, with a view to competing on the final day in a cook-off. And what a cook-off it was!

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Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula – How Did I Miss This?

25/11/2013 | By

Sunny Ridge Farm, Mornington Peninsula

I’m a frequent visitor to Melbourne. I used to live there and enjoy catching up with old friends when I can, all of whom live north of the river, so my trips south of the Yarra are infrequent. All that changed a few weeks back when I spent a few days on the Mornington Peninsula – leaving me wondering why I didn’t know about this glorious food basket. While the food scene in Melbourne is wonderful, it is well worth the short drive down the expressway to the lush, rolling paddocks and orchards and breathtaking coastline of this region. They have a wealth of goodies there to tempt you.

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