Make your own tomato paste – it’s easy!

@MissFoodFairy Tomato paste #1

I have a couple of hours spare to write this post while my sous chef has his nap! I’ve been busy playing with our new family member, Kojiro, that I sometimes get lost in play-mode instead of writing about the food I’ve created! Sorry everyone & thank you for your patience – I know I haven’t been posting as often as I should. Continue reading

Two Foodies tell you why it is not easy as you thought!

Two foodies tell why . . .

Written by Cherrie McKenzie
Sponsored by CoActive Dreams

PODCAST #5 – In this podcast episode, I join Foodie Entrepenuer, Chi from Sunnydays Recipes, to talk about our happy cooking journey. Listen to our funny struggles when capturing food photographs, and how we managed to make our food work in pictures. Oh and I was challenged by Chi to recreate the classic Filipino Dish – Chicken Adobo!! Wish me luck!! Click on photo (above) to listen to the podcast. Continue reading

In my Kitchen August 2015

@MissFoodFairy #IMK August 2015 #1

It’s that time again for In my Kitchen – already! Is the year flying by or is it just me! August brings the end of Winter (hopefully) and my birthday! During the past couple of months I’ve been experimenting with new recipes, some of which hadn’t gone as planned but with the down falls comes more experimenting and testing. Stay tuned for some delicious dishes coming your way. Continue reading

Leftover roast chicken with pumpkin curry

Leftover roast chicken with pumpkin curry #1 @MissFoodFairy

I love Winter for the curries, stews, roast dinners and slow cooking everything! Winter is the time to enjoy the warming, tender, slow cooked meats with delicious tasting sauces and the wonderful Winter vegetables stocking market shelves. These are a few of my favourite things in Winter which make me feel all warm and cosy, like an open fire place with great company and that perfect bottle of Shiraz. Continue reading

In my Kitchen July 2015

Nanna's plate #IMK @MissFoodFairy

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue is the theme for the goodies in my kitchen this month. This saying is usually used for good luck for the bride on her wedding day – hope it gives me good luck cooking in my kitchen this month! Continue reading


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