just picked greens at wholefoods cooking class hosted by Sorrento Cooking School
Eating well when you're traveling is an art in itself, for some fabulous and delicious inspiration and recipes take a look at Sarah Britton's recipes and tips for healthy travel
Looking for some natural sweetness? Check out the uber post of raw sweet treat recipes over on Michelle Schoeps Organic
Some of you may already have heard of Sandra Reynold's book 'The $120 Food Challenge' I took a look at her blog for the first time this week and think this how-to post is excellent, it details the steps to take to start feeding your family for $120 per week.
Continuing on the meal planning theme, I had the pleasure of finding Kasie's blog A Collection of Passions this week via a comment Kasie left on Jay's blog. Kasie has in incredible detail come up with a series of posts about how she plans meals for her family on a monthly basis. I was going to keep Kasie's blog a secret for a while because she has written about an excellent book that I too have almost finished reading and will post about in the next couple of weeks. The book is 'French Kids Eat Everything' I have found it to be fascinating reading. But more about that later.
Many of you enjoyed Robin's story last week about cereal wars, read about her thoughts on that other great meal time divider...tomato sauce.
Lucky me, I'm heading out for dinner tonight as a guest of Cafe Vue at Heide. Not only am I looking forward to the menu but also learning more about the life and art of Australian visual artist Fiona Hall who will be in attendance to talk about her upcoming exhibition at Heide Museum of Modern Art.
And now, for some sweet sweet music...click on over to view 'Pot of Honey' performed by the fine vocalist and guitar man Scott Collins and filmed by his equally talented and lovely lady Jay Black.
What do you have planned for the weekend? Something delicious and wonderful I hope! x