It’s not long now until Anzac Day on April 25th, a national day of remembrance where we honour the sacrifices made by Australian and New Zealand soldiers at Gallipoli, and other battle grounds during WW1. On Anzac Day now, we also commemorate all Australians who served and died in all wars, conflicts and peace keeping… Read More Anzac Biscuit Time
The April / May 2022 edition of Fishing SA magazine is in stores now and if you pick up a copy, you’ll find my latest story inside. Titled ‘Moonta Bay – Bait to Plate’, I look at full circle fishing from collecting and catching bait, targetting species, to cooking the catch, with minimal waste in… Read More Fishing SA – Bait to Plate Holiday Moonta Bay
Everyone has a few must have’s packed in their camping gear or caravan, the pieces of equipment that make living on the road or going on holidays easy. For cooking outdoors a BBQ is a must but I’ve also started using the Campmaster deep dish butane stove, and it’s a winner.
We live well on holidays! Going away with a big group of family and friends lends itself to trying new recipes or perfecting those old favourites. On our annual beach holiday we are lucky enough to catch a variety of seafood and every little thing we keep is put to good use. Between a few camps… Read More Recipes from the Caravan
We are lucky in our caravan to have a small pull out panty in the kitchen cabinets and in it we always keep a few staples items that are versatile ingredients and can be used for many meals. All you have to do is add a few fresh ingredients and you’re set. There is also plenty… Read More What’s in Your Caravan or Camping Pantry?
As it draws closer to our annual end of year holiday which involves a long, crowded, noisy getaway with family and friends to a familiar beachside caravan park, I start to revisit and update my holiday cookbook. In the caravan I always keep a soft folder full of plastic sleeves that I insert quick and… Read More More Holiday Recipes