Monthly Archives: June 2015

Deliciously easy braised veal cutlets

Of all the veal dishes we cook, this is probably the easiest. The preparation time is short, the method is simple and it doesn’t take long to achieve a delicious result. The only tricky bit is acquiring the correct cut … Continue reading

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In-digest, week ending 7 June 2015

I am writing this on a Tuesday; we had a public holiday yesterday, so Maggie was home and we spent much of the day in our kitchen. As we do. However, I did have just enough time to write the … Continue reading

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Gnocching on the door of sauce heaven

This recipe was inspired by a dish we enjoyed in the stylish café at Jones Winery in the famous Rutherglen region of Victoria. Soon after we returned home, we took some ideas for a wine sauce from Beverley Sutherland-Smith and developed them … Continue reading

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Borscht: low in fat, high on colour

It is nearly four decades since I first made some borscht, using a recipe that came with my first food processor. It was summer time in Perth, so I  served it as a cold soup. In the cooler climes of … Continue reading

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In-digest, week ending 31 May 2015

This is the first in a series of occasional posts devoted to brief stories about what Maggie and I cooked at home during the preceding week, including tidbits of associated events and activities. Waistline alert: you’ll find a lot of protein … Continue reading

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