A dog aptly named ‘pig’ noisily devoured an “alligator pear”

A dog aptly named ‘pig’ noisily devoured an “alligator pear”

14-01-2014

It’s a fruit shaped like an egg, with vibrant green flesh and is nicknamed the “alligator pear”. What is it?... Read more

Salading tips on boiling vegetables

Salading tips on boiling vegetables

10-01-2014

Cooking vegetables by boiling them in water, is one of the methods many nutritionists recommend when we want to start dieting as they are cooked without fat or oil unlike frying, grilling or... Read more

The role of the vinaigrette on salads

The role of the vinaigrette on salads

30-12-2013

I must confess that when I was young, my salads were always very boring. The typical lettuce and tomato salad with olive oil and salt, and maybe a little vinegar. Nothing wrong with that, but since I find myself... Read more

Gegrilltes Gemüse: Zubereitungstipps vom Koch Orielo

Grilling vegetables: Salading tips by Chef Orielo

25-12-2013

Grilling vegetables on the BBQ or griddle pan is well-known as one of the healthiest ways of cooking. The use of low fat and quick cooking means retaining much of the vitality and nutrition. (as opposed to... Read more

The twelve months of Christmas

05-12-2013

Christmas arrived early this year. It started on the very first days of this new year when I was talking to my partner, about all the ‘do’s’ and ‘don’ts’ for next  Christmas, learning from our recent experience. It... Read more

Green gold brings wasabi tears of joy

Green gold brings wasabi tears of joy

26-11-2013

Do wait in terrified anticipation for your nostril hairs to start burning and your eyes to water after taste bite of wasabi? Or are you one of those people who loves the sensation?... Read more

What are you preparing for Christmas

What are you preparing for Christmas

19-11-2013

Culinary writing means thinking ahead. Anticipating special (and social) eating moments yet to come. Times when food plays a leading role and we all want to eat just that little more special and tasty than usual. And so I... Read more

Canola flowers ready to brighten salads

Canola flowers ready to brighten salads

25-09-2013

It’s a vibrant yellow, has an aroma as sweet as honey and a fresh delicate taste. That’s canola, according to Mark Modra, who produces 1,000 tonnes of it each year on the outskirts of Port Lincoln as well as east of Edillilie... Read more

Simply adorable and irresistible let the colours shine

Simply adorable and irresistible let the colours shine

23-09-2013

I love colours. You know I do! I write about it often. I make beautiful pallets of colours on my plates. I cook by colours. I believe, eating is not just about making sure you get the foods you need to live and stay healthy.... Read more

Let the red colours explode in your salads

Let the red colours explode in your salads

19-09-2013

While summer sizzles and the sun scorches the roof tops, I am inside. Writing recipes for my new television show* and a Christmas coverage in a magazine. Some close friends sigh, ‘my goodness, I don’t know how you can stand it!... Read more

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