Making duwali and meeting refugees

For my birthday this year a friend, who lives in the Middle East, ordered a copy of this beautiful book called Tea and Thread: portraits of middle eastern women far from home. I was surprised and touched by her thoughtfulness and when I opened the package in the mail I was captured by the beautiful photographs and women featured in the book. As the title … Continue reading Making duwali and meeting refugees

South Coast Getaway: some foodie spots

On the weekend we had a getaway down to Pambula on the South Coast of New South Wales. It was our first time to Pambula and we enjoyed a few cafes and food spots along the way that I thought I’d share. Miss Heidi’s Tea House (Cooma) The quickest route to Pambula from Canberra is south through Cooma and over ‘Brown Mountain’ to Pambula. We … Continue reading South Coast Getaway: some foodie spots

Pumpkin Lasagne

This week’s recipe share is courteousy of Georgia Harding’s website Well Nourished. A friend had posted a recipe of her’s last year and I have been enjoying trying some of her meals every since (I’ve already told you about the Kimchi Fried Rice I made from her website). So I’m feeling very conscious about not eating enough vegetables lately, so her Pumpkin Lasange seemed like a … Continue reading Pumpkin Lasagne