Posts Tagged ‘kids in the kitchen’

a recipe for sure-fire sui mai

Recipe: Sure-fire Siu Mai

 It’s no big secret that Raffles loves a dumpling. And when I say loves, I mean with a passion equalled only by that of a seagulls for chips. In fact, if eating dumplings were an Olympic sport, he’d bring home Gold. In every event. Including the relay.  This is a child who considers Xiao Long Bao (pork […] Read more…

Hokkaido Soup Curry Recipe

The best Hokkaido Soup Curry Recipe

Everyone knows that Hokkaido is home to some of Japan’s best sushi and seafood, and given it is just a hop, skip and a halfpipe away from snowy Siberia, some of the country’s best skiing. But what they might not know is that the island, the northernmost of Japan’s main islands, is also the home […] Read more…

creamy chicken pasta made to HelloFresh's recipe

Top tips for making family mealtimes magic

Dinnertime is a big deal in our household, and not only because we’re a fairly gluttonous crew, though there is no denying that is a huge factor. Despite the gluttony, it’s more important because it is the time of day we reconnect and refuel after our busy days. Dinnertime is a ritual that provides consistency and […] Read more…

Banh Xeo (Crispy Vietnamese Pancakes)

Recipe: Banh Xeo Crispy Vietnamese Pancakes

Written in Collaboration with Cruise1st Australia We’re a family of avid cruisers and have sailed far and wide. But one of our all-time favourite ports is busy, buzzy Ho Chi Minh City (the former Saigon). Famous for the pivotal role it played in the end of Vietnam War, the city is now the country’s pulsing […] Read more…

Matcha green tea layer cake with mascarpone cream

Matcha green tea layer cake with mascarpone cream

This post was written in collaboration with Kitchenaid One of the things we loved most about Japan was the matcha flavoured… well, everything. From chocolate and desserts to noodles and coffee, there’s nothing the Japanese can’t turn that pretty shade of matcha green. Indeed, so ubiquitous was the verdant powder that we formed a little […] Read more…

South African Bunny Chow recipe

South African Bunny Chow Recipe

Bunny chow. No, it’s not snack food for rabbits. Nor are the cotton-tailed cuties an ingredient. In fact the popular South African street food has absolutely nothing to do with bunnies of the fluffy kind. South African Bunny Chow is essentially a half a loaf of white bread with the inside scooped out, stuffed full […] Read more…

Getting her Mexican on with Woolworth's World Explorers

Thumbs up for Woolie’s World Explorers

Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the supermarket, Woolworths have gone and launched another collector’s card series. Yep, that means the kids are suddenly going to be desperate to go grocery shopping again. Yep, they’re going to become more and more obsessed with collecting every single card and  desperate for […] Read more…

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Hi, I’m Aleney and I am not a boy, but the little dude next to me is! I’m a besotted mother, award-winning travel writer, magazine editor and gallivanting glutton. He’s Raffles, and all-singing, all-dancing, all-cooking, all-adventurous eco-warrior. Along with his intrepid sister, Sugarpuff, we’re exploring the world’s colour, culture and cuisine on a food safari junior style.

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