Lemon Myrtle and Thyme Baked Fish

Lemon Myrtle & Thyme Baked Fish   Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 20 minutes Ingredients: 1 lemon 1 lime 6 bay leaves 3 sprigs of thyme 1 tsp ground lemon myrtle 1 medium white fish fillet Method: lay a sheet of baking paper down on a baking tray squeeze half of the lemon and […]

Lemon Myrtle Baked White Fish

Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 20 minutes Ingredients: 6 fresh bay leaves 1 lime 1 lemon Medium sized white fish 4 tsp ground lemon myrtle       Method: preheat oven to 180°C and lay a sheet of baking paper on a flat baking tray squeeze half the lime and half the lemon over […]

Bush Dukkah Prawns

Bush Dukkah Prawns Bush dukkah is the Australian take on the traditional dukkah used in many dishes around the globe. Bush dukkah combines the flavours of native herbs and spices. It can be sprinkled on meat and seafood dishes as well as in salads on on vegetables. Here its used to coat king prawns and […]

Milo Brownies

Milo Brownies This ones a big ol’ thank you to Thomas Mayne who developed Milo in Sydney in 1934. Now I usually gravitate away from big brands like Nestle but its hard to make Milo without the help of, well, Milo. And this ones got some history. Milo was designed in the depression to encourage young […]

Anzac Biscuit

The timeless & humble Anzac Biscuit Anzac Biscuits are god damn delicious. Not only do they come about once a year to pinch us in the butt and remind us how yum they are, they have a rich and cultural background with deep roots in Australian and New Zealand history. I’m a sucker for romantic connotations […]