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How to Make Asian Chicken Stock

I’m sure you’ve heard people harp on before about how different, and better, homemade stock tastes compared to store bought packets. Well, it’s true, but especially when it comes to using stock for Asian soups. Fortunately it’s easy to make an Asian chicken stock, you don’t even have to worry about browning your meat! At […]

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Vietnamese Chicken Soup with Green ‘Noodles’

There’s one thing that melds all cultures, religions, races, politicians, hell even opposing football team supporters together into one big steaming stockpot of deliciousness. It is of course chicken soup. Vegetarians you really do need to stop segregating yourself from the rest of us meat-eaters and get on board the chicken soup train of love! […]

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Roast Pumpkin & Coconut Soup

One of the things I like about living in the country is the humble honesty box, it’s a practical system that upholds common decency, where farmers sell fresh produce on the side of the road and trust folks to pay for it via the honesty box. It makes me feel all warm and gooey inside, […]

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Roast Pumpkin & Coconut Soup

One of the things I like about living in the country is the humble honesty box, it’s a practical system that upholds common decency, where farmers sell fresh produce on the side of the road and trust folks to pay for it via the honesty box. It makes me feel all warm and gooey inside, […]

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Chicken Wonton Noodle Soup

Everyone has a dish they always order when dining out, even though they know they should be trying something new. My friend always orders Teriyaki Chicken at Japanese restaurants, it drives me nuts. But then again, I can’t help but order my staple Prawn Pad Thai at many a suburban Thai eatery, even though nine […]

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A Winter Warming Soup

I don’t really understand people that love winter. Well, people who love winter in Melbourne anyway. The novelty of snuggling in front of an open fireplace, or in my case electric heater, wears thin in about 45 minutes. Give me a pair of thongs, the smell of coconut and hot sun any day. But holding […]

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