Food Blog by Sandra Ramacher

 

24 Hour Travel Pack

Ever since I was a little girl I have always loved planes. I love the science behind them, the romance they connote, and the effervescent excitement they fill me with. Although it doesn’t take much to get me enthused about the prospect of being a total sloth for 24 hours straight, I am all too versed in how uncomfortable it ...
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Granola Cookies

Cookies, handfuls of heaven, whatever you want to call these things, there is one constant they bring to the table – their un-doubtable awesomeness. If the cookie monster knew about these in the sweet days of Sesame Street perhaps the world would be a better place; perhaps children would sleep sounder; and tummy’s would be rounder. Roughly chopping or elegantly ...
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Seafood Laksa

Cooking Laksa is an experience that extends well beyond the dish and into the magical world of Sydney’s greatest hawker home – the fish markets. I have spent many glorious hours weaving the herds of hungry bodies that excitedly snake around trays of the oceans spoils. To be able to see and squeeze the food one is about to cook ...
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Essential Healing Foods Ebook

An Essential Guide to starting the Specific Carbohydrate Diet I have had a tonne of people asking me about the logistics of preparing for not only each of my recipes, but for a total lifestyle overhaul. It is SO important that whilst following the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, you mentally prepare yourself for the changes that are about to take place ...
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Cottage Pie

  Cottage Pie is the traditional fare of the sheep farmer, right? I envisage undulating hills, green pastures dotted with woolly sheep and a young shepherd chewing on a blade of grass. As dusk ascends beneath the dewy hills, the shepherd heads home, tempted by the mouthwatering aroma of a juicy cottage pie baking in his mother’s oven. Perhaps the ...
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