cook // zucchini and corn fritters

OH gosh – Melbourne – only a couple of weeks to go, and THE PRIMARY SCHOOL KIDS CAN GO BACK TO SCHOOL! I am not sure who is more excited – M4 or myself! Actually – I am a little sad, who is going to make my fruit plate? Who will give me little neck…

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cook // easy chow mein

Oh goodness me, it seems that the only blogging I can manage at present consist of recipe sharing and my ‘every now and then’ newsletter. (Have you subscribed yet?! – do it in the sidebar, or click here…..) It’s the beginning of the Spring holidays. being in Melbourne Metropolitan, we are still in lockdown, even…

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cook // easy chooken cookin’

My gang LOVE to eat.  It’s no secret.  I don’t mind cooking. so it’s a WIN WIN.  EXCEPT when I slave away, cook for hours, and turn out a delicious meal, only to have four little noses turn up at it.  UGH.

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cook // easy pulled pork and apple slaw buns

This another one of those super easy ‘can’t be bothered’ type of meals that EVERYONE loves. It’s great on a school night when you have umpteen curricular activities to navigate (remember those days, *sigh*), OR the night where you just want dinner done and sorted – so you don’t have to think about it later….

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vegemite will do the trick

So. I was at work a few Saturdays ago, the paediatric part of ED. It was standard busy – doable. Full of general ailments. I noticed that I was feeling intermittently light-headed and sweaty. Nothing super out of the ordinary – hello – perimenopause. I figured I would be fine after dinner. #famouslastwords

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the month that was // august

These months, they just keep happening. For a year that seems to sometimes be dragging along (day 4564 in lockdown), it is flying by rather briskly. We see to fill our days somehow, school from home, beach walks, runs, baking and generally – hanging out. I gotta say, this lockdown certainly has it’s positives: not…

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