Today I will share with you the recipe for Low Fodmap Chimichurri. This is a deliciously tangy and slightly spicy sauce that is fantastic with any grilled meat.
Wow, February is around the corner already! This is y favourite month of the year… as it’s going to be my birthday soon! 🙂 Today I will share with you my February Menu Plan, a month worth of mouth-watering recipes.
Today I will share with you the recipe for one of my all-time favourite sweet snack: Garrapiñada de Mani.
Oh my! It’s practically October already! In the blink of an eye, the Holiday Season will sneak upon us! Today I will share with you my October Menu Plan. In this post, I will share a month worth of mouth-watering recipes.
Yes, August is almost here! It’s the last month of winter here in Australia and I bet my friends in the Northern Hemisphere are enjoying their last summer days! Today I will share with you my August Menu Plan. In this post, I will share a month worth of mouth-watering recipes.
Can you believe it’s already June? It’s definitely getting colder in Australia and I bet it’s getting nice and sunny in the Northern Hemisphere! Today I will share with you my June Menu Plan. In this post, I will share a month worth of mouth-watering recipes.
First of all, let me wish you a fantastic New Year 2019! I hope you had a great time this holiday season! Today I will share with you my January Menu Plan. In this post, I will share a month worth of mouth-watering recipes.
I have only recently discovered Quinoa, but I love it. Even though it has become a thing only in recent years, it is actually a very ancient seed. In fact, the cultivation of Quinoa for human consumption dates back at least 3000 years in the Andean region of South America!
During our trip to Chile and Argentina last June, we also visited Buenos Aires. We stayed for 5 days in this beautiful city, which is the capital of Argentina and one of the biggest and most important cities in Latin America.
Today I am back with yet another delicious recipe from Argentina: Alfajores de Maicena. There are so many different kinds of alfajores (cookies) in Argentina that I had no idea existed before going there!
I am so happy about sharing today’s recipe: Traditional Dulce de Leche! If you know me, you will know that I love Nutella. Every Italian child grows up eating bread and Nutella, just like every Australian child grows up eating vegemite sandwiches and American children eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
I am so happy to be able to share the recipe for Torrontes Ice Cream on the blog. Torrontes is a white wine quality, typical from the north of Argentina. So, yes… it’s white wine ice cream! And it tastes amazing!
During our trip to Chile and Argentina, we travelled from Salta to Cafayate by car, stopping along the way in Cachi and Molinos. Cafayate is the unofficial capital of the Calchaquíes Valley. The town is also at the heart of a large wine-producing region, which comes second only to Mendoza.
During our trip to Chile and Argentina, we travelled from Salta to Molinos, via the small colonial town of Cachi, on our way to Cafayate. We stayed one night in the tiny village of Molinos, where you feel like you have stepped back in time.
During our trip to Chile and Argentina, we stayed 2 nights in the village of Purmamarca, at the entrance of the Quebrada de Humahuaca (quebrada means “canyon” in Spanish), in Argentina’s North West.
During our trip to Chile and Argentina, we stayed 3 separate nights in the city if Salta, in Argentina’s North West. We didn’t stay for 3 consecutive days but used Salta as a “stop-over” in between other destinations during our road trip in the region.
I am so excited about today’s recipe: Malbec Ice Cream. Malbec is a red wine quality, typical from the north of Argentina. So, yes… it’s red wine ice cream everyone! And it tastes amazing!
During our recent trip to South America, we also visited Iguazu Falls. This was one of the must-do’s from our bucket list, so I am very happy we could add it to the trip!
During our recent trip to Chile and Argentina, we stopped for 3 days in Santiago. Coming from Australia, Santiago is the main hub into South America, so we will likely be back. Like us, many people visit Santiago on their way to other destinations in the area. Some people do not even stop! However, I…
When we were in Santiago de Chile, we had some delicious Pisco Sour. A Pisco Sour is an alcoholic cocktail of Peruvian origin that is typical of both Chile and Peru. It is considered somewhat of a South American classic.
I only recently discovered quinoa and now I am hooked. I love all grains that can be used to make salads (I have plenty of couscous and maftoul recipes on the blog already!), so I already knew I would like quinoa. And I was not mistaken. I love its crunch and its slight bitterness, especially…
Today I am going to show you how to make Batida de Coco, a delicious Brazilian coconut cocktail. Batida means “shaken” in Portuguese and it is usually made with a fruit or fruit juice and sweetened condensed milk. The original recipe uses cachaça, but if you don’t have any, you can make it with vodka….