Food Blog by Sandra Ramacher



How to Eat an Elephant

As the year is rounding off and our responsibilities are rounding up, I find organisation imperative to the smooth sailing of this year into the next. Included in the hustle and bustle of the festive season’s myriad of parties, gift-giving, adventure-taking and food consumption is a good ‘something to hold on to’. What is this you ask? I mean a plan. A ...
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Thanks Giving Feast

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and to celebrate, I have spent the last two weeks brainstorming and cooking a smorgasbord of delectable delights. This seven-dish-meal comprises of my seven culinary wonders of the world. I have poured my heart into compiling a free e-book that has an easy to follow step-by-step preparation map, shopping lists, time frames, and of ...
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Zucchini ravioli filled with cream cheese, basil, rosemary and spinach

Zucchini Ravioli

There are 5 stages recommended on the SCD diet, which can get confusing and sometimes even frustrating if you are heading into this with not a lot of physical or mental preparation. Many people often struggle with getting the basics right, that is, the essential ingredients you should have in your cupboard and fridge at the beginning of each week ...
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Pickled Baby Vegetables

The term ‘functional food’ is often ascribed to foods that contain added benefits that go beyond basic nutrition (I can see your ears pricking from here). So this means, for example when we’re talking about pickled vegetables, we get the nutritional benefits of the vegetables, PLUS the extra Superman benefits of fermentation. There are many versions of fermented foods across ...
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Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin and Macadamia Nut Soup

Pumpkin and Macadamia Nut Soup What to do with all that pumpkin flesh after carving out your Halloween Lanterns? Pumpkin Soup of course! This is a two trick pony; on one hand you get to use the pumpkin flesh that would otherwise end up in the bin. On the other; you get to mix that delicious flesh with the insurmountable ...
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