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Category: Recipes

Lisa’s Capsicum Dip

Lisa’s Capsicum Dip

This dip is wonderful on bread, carrot or celery sticks (or indeed avocados!). Accompanied by some tabouleh, it makes a wonderful light summer lunch.

Market Tart

Market Tart

This tart won first prize in the savoury category at the 2011 Mullumbimby Farmers Market Bakeoff. It is a good dish if you are going to or are having a party: it looks and smells scrumptious and its crusty base makes it easy to pick up and eat while you are having a chat.

Sera’s Thumbprints

Sera’s Thumbprints

Our friend Sera gave us some of these lovely biscuits for Christmas a few years ago and we immediately asked her to hand over the recipe, which she did graciously. These thumbprints are so easy and gorgeous that we have been baking them regularly ever since. If you don’t have coconut oil, you can use a different vegetable oil (like corn or sunflower) but with coconut the bikkies turn out extra-delicious and the house smells like heaven while they are in the oven.

Pimping Pestos

South West Rocks Pine Trees

I often cheat and add extra cheese because, as dad used to say, “al furmai le un gran ruffian”, which is a Modenese dialect say that translates literally as: “cheese is a great pimp”.