a large white bowl of slow cooked braised steaks swimming in a pool of rich brown sauce. tender pieces of cooked onions were also swimming in the sauce and there was some on top of the beef. the steak and onions are leaning against a large pile of fluffy white mashed potatoes. the whole dish is garnished with fresh thyme.

Braised Steak and Onions

Braised Steak and Onions is a hearty and classic dish for a cold winters night! With saucy, tender pieces of beef in a delicious and sweet onion flavoured gravy, this is the ultimate comfort food! 

Braised steak and onions may be considered a bit of an old fashioned dish, but you can’t deny how delicious it is! It’s one of those classic meals that just makes you feel good inside! 

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A think golden crumbed chicken breast that has been cut in half. Inside the chicken breast is a creamy light green broccoli cheese sauce that has just started to ooze out of the chicken breast. The Crumbed chicken breast is sitting on a white round plate and is front and centre. At the back of the plate, behind the stuffed chicken breast is a fresh side salad with green mixed salad leaves, diced red tomatoes and thin slices of Lebanese cucumber.

Crumbed Cheese & Broccoli Stuffed Chicken Breasts

Cheese & Broccoli Stuffed Chicken Breasts are the perfect comfort food! The delicious combination of broccoli and cheese works so well with baked crumbed chicken for an easy dinner the whole family will love!

Recently, we were lucky enough to be given some fresh homegrown broccoli from our friends; Bec & Farmer John (as they jokingly call him!), who have been having a great harvest in their veg patch.

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Banana & Cinnamon Muffins with a Crunchy Oat Topping

Homemade banana & cinnamon muffins with a crunchy oat topping! An easy treat with only a handful of ingredients! Use up those overripe bananas and make these tasty muffins for morning tea, lunchboxes or an anytime snack!

We’ve all been there. Having bought a large bunch of bananas, only to let a few become victim to now being an ugly shade of brown. You don’t want to eat them. The kids don’t want to eat them. So what do we do? Throw them out?

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