Friday, April 19, 2013

friday wrap

Here's my list of links from around the healthy wholefood web this week:

I recently posted about Karen Le Billon's book French Children Eat Everything. This week I came across a Q & A with Karen on Kacie's beautiful blog A Collection of Passions.

Tania over at Ivy Nest has written this really interesting and informative post about changing the food her family eats to a more traditional diet, lots of interesting comments too from her readers.

I am tempted to enrol in Heather's 30 day vegan online workshop starting soon. I'm not vegan but I love the sound of Heather's recipes and approach to eating vegan as a way of cleansing.

Here's a little story I wrote, published in The Age Epicure this week, about the kitchen garden at Montalto winery here on the Mornington Peninsula. The story includes a recipe for tomato tart with goat's cheese from Montalto's head chef Barry Davis.

Oh that Lucy Feagins over at The Design Files is there nothing this talented gal can't do?! Check out her colour and flavour packed recipe (& her food styling) for Rainbow Red Quinoa Salad with BBQ'd Corn.

Have you entered Meg's giveaway to win Jude Blereau's latest book 'Wholefood Baking'?

Very happy to be going to a seminar this evening hosted by Palate Earth yoga to hear Saraswathi Vasudevan speak. Saraswathi is a yoga teacher, trainer and therapist from Chennai in India, in addition to her knowledge of yoga Saraswathi has her Masters degrees in psychology and nutrition. Fascinated already.

Highlight of my weekend will be having our Byron buddy, Dave come to stay for a couple of days and enjoying endless cups of chai and delicious wholefood meals together.

Happy weekend to everyone. Thanks for reading. xx


  1. Inspiring links. Happy weekending x

  2. Thank you Nikki - I'm so flattered to be included. Loved your article (we passed through that area on our last trip) and I've put the Companion Planting book on my wish list. Entered the competition too and discovered Meg's blog to read. Also considering banning snacking :) Thanks!

    1. That's a pleasure Tania. I really love what you are doing on your blog, it is very inspiring for people who are just starting out to read honest first hand experiences. Good luck with banning the snacks! :) x


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