Food Blog by Sandra Ramacher

 

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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Chicken Chow Mein

Like most major cities in the world, here in Sydney we also have an area called China Town. Here exotic Asian foods are served that leave you drooling just by the smell alone. One of my favorite dishes is Chicken Chow Mein. Traditionally made with wheat noodles, this recipe is made with zoodles. Zoodles have become the mainstay for the ...
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Breakfast Fried Cauliflower

I’m not doing a special Easter Blog even though I made Easter Bunny biscuits (they’re on my facebook if you’re keen). Nevertheless, I did use an egg in this recipe. I think that counts, right? Also why do rabbits bring eggs and why are they made out of chocolate. None of it makes sense to me. So, I’m a bit ...
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