Posts Tagged ‘David Herbert’

Blood oranges are one those fruits that only have a very short season in Australia. At the moment we are smack back in the middle of blood orange season and I am making the most of it – stocking up on these crimson fleshed beauties for cakes, Italian-style orange and fennel salads and as a {more}

I have raved about how easy David Herbert’s recipes are before and these Cheddar Biscuits are no exception. I whipped up a batch of these savoury little treats for a recent Red Wine Club meeting. These biscuits are perfect for after works drinks, as you can pre-prepare the mixture, freeze it as a log and {more}

Since moving to Melbourne, The Brooding Architect and I have been fortunate enough to meet a group of friends who share our love for a drop of red. One night after far too many drinks, the Red Wine Club was born. The concept of the Red Wine Club is simple – bring a bottle (or {more}

For the past few months I have been getting my weekly supply of fruit and vegies from the CERES Fair Food service (previously known as CERES Food Connect). CERES Food Connect is an organic food delivery service, where you purchase direct from the farmer. All of the fruit and vegetables are sourced locally and the {more}