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One orange zinnia, one small glass of water and one day of sunshine.

ODC2 Kitchenalia - OK - So Today I took 2 Fresh Mackerel - Cleaned - then I put Olive Oil and Little Butter in a pan, finely chopped Onion, A couple of cloves of Garlic - sweat them down - add a couple of button mushrooms finely chopped - a few slivers of chilli, salt and pepper - fry off for a minute - add chopped fresh parsley - cool and stuff the middle of the mackerel with the paste and rub into a couple of slits in the skin - sprinkle the whole lot with a couple of sloshes of olive oil - place on a baking tray in a hot oven for about eight minutes and enjoy with a nice green salad!

This photo includes the ingredients and my favorite kitchen pot, an old Royal Winton Grimwades Jar - at least forty years old - stood in my Moms Kitchen, and has held salt in mine for the last 33 years.

Explore - Oct 4 2011 #278


Tasty Watermelon Slushy Frozen Drink.Yummy Recipe

Vanilla cake with Chocolate Frosting and a Red Velvet behind that. I like to put all the bakery's photo's in this frame set. We have a very rustic, vintage feel. We're an all scratch bakery, and these are all real butter cream frostings:) mm! Makes for an easy Photo of the Day.

Experimenting in NIK using recipes to speed up my workflow. Processing is taking me too long!

A traditional middle east cuisine delicacy which is deep fried ball or patty made from chickpea batter. it is typically served in pita bread as patty stuffed with other veggies or it can also served with flatbread as burger.

A tomatoes and carrots tabbouleh recipe prepared by my wife. Delicious :)


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I love to use the natural light from the sun in most of my shots - tonight is New Moon in April so there will be no moon in the heavens but I am blessed with a bright red Autumn sunset while I am still in the Manly Boat Harbour in Brisbane

MrJ and I sail this week so I am counting down the sleeps. Once underway you will be able to follow me on this link, if you are interested


ODC - RECIPE is the topic for SATURDAY 21st April 2012 - A recipe is a set of directions with a list of ingredients for making or preparing something or a formula for or means to a desired end. So show us a recipe for a delicious culinary concoction, a successful marriage, a beautiful photograph, or maybe even a recipe for disaster! Happy shooting!


Todays posting - Make a photograph featuring nature in some fashion.. Post it then Tag it with #TP165



Pineapple halwa is a pineapple flavored mouth watering sweet dish. A delicious dessert dish which can be served as a snack or after meal sweet! Visit :

Red Grape Margarita "recipe". Because why not?

Monday morning reflection on achievement. Another week begins, with the potential to move closer towards that which we desire... If interested to read a little background of the person in this paiting, and as to why, please read more at The words in the piece are as follows... "Approaching an aspect of life with determination, with devotion. And in this pursuit a recipe of sorts can be drawn between struggle and victory. And in the struggle bleeds doubt, frustration, and ultimately depression. And it boils to a peak where there seems no alternative but to let go. Like holding onto a diamond that at it's center exists a burning coal, the pain of holding onto it's deceiving illusionary nature is more painful than letting go. And in doing so one experiences a liberation. A notion of fearlessness ensues and the struggle is transformed into a game of creative meditative fun and play. The lost diamond is re-discovered, but this time there is no hot coal at it's core. Rather it is empty. For the difference now is that one sees the empty nature of devotion outside one's self and has turned the pursuit inwardly. No longer is the focus the result. Rather the process is experienced. And by default, the richness experienced in the nowness of the process becomes evident given life in the result. And sometimes this miracle extends itself from merely a personal experience to one celebrated, nurtured by the universe. The world acknowledges this personal achievement and rewards it's creator. This is what is called having your cake and eating it too. This is victory."

Hand written recipe texture by muffet

Coneflower grown by mbgrigby

This vegan sushi rolls recipe I’m sharing today is much less expensive and not to hard to make.




For the rice

2 cup short grain brown rice, rinsed well

4 cups water

4 tablespoons rice vinegar

2 tablespoon sugar

2 teaspoon sea salt


For the rolls

2 cucumber, sliced into long strips

2 ripe mango, sliced into vertical strips

2 avocado, sliced

⅓ cup micro greens, optional

4 tablespoons sesame seeds, optional

4 nori sheets


Serve with

tamari or ponzu sauce

Coconut peanut sauce from this recipe, optional


How to make


Madam Rosmerta would agree that no wizard party is complete without a pint of freshly-brewed Butterbeer.


It's Harry Potter week at


For my original Butterbeer recipe, click here.

For my Cockroach Clusters recipe, click here.

Best vanilla bean cheesecake. Recipe is here

Went to the grocery store today and saw that fresh cranberries were on clearance from Christmas. We love cranberry sauce so I bought 4 bags. It's so easy to make, and sooo much better than canned! I snuck a bit of Gran Marnier in at the end to make it extra special... Here's the recipe...


Cranberry Sauce...

4, 12 oz bags of fresh Cranberries

1 1/3 cups sugar

1/2 cup orange juice

Cook on medium heat until cranberries burst (approx 10 minutes)

In measuring cup add...

1/2 cup Gran Marnier

1 tbsp Cornstarch

rind of 1 lemon

Stir together and add to sauce stirring for 2 minutes.

Makes 8 1/2 pint jars


Our Daily Challenge - Checker (Check the Check shirt?)


Clearly this weekend I've had some time on my hands.


Whats the magic recipe for a bowl of happiness?

An umbrella to share, no shirts to wear, yet such glorious smiles.

A country that boasts of extraordinary people in the form of ordinary crowd. It astounds me how happy the people are despite limited supplies.


Hillview H/S,Chittagong.

Perfect vehicle for the peak of season berries. Blog here.

Baked some of these using my Mum's Coffee and Walnut Cake recipe :)


6oz Sugar

6oz Butter

3 Eggs

6oz Self Raising Flour

1 Tbsp Instant Coffee mixed with 1 Tbsp of Water or 1 1/2 Tbsp of strong coffee

1/4 Cup of Walnuts, chopped fine


Cream butter and sugar together. Add eggs and flour and mix well. Add in coffee flavour, mix well.

Fold in walnuts.

Pour mixture into greased cupcake tins (or use the paper liners) or a greased cake tin.

Cook at 350 for 20-25 minutes (cupcakes) or a little longer for large cake- or until a toothpick comes out clean.




Frost with coffee flavoured buttercream:


1 stick (4oz) butter

2 Cups Icing Sugar (Confectioner's Sugar)

1 Tbsp of Instant Coffee mixed with 1 Tbsp of water or 1.5 Tbsp of strong coffee.


Put ingredients into mixer bowl and mix until a spreadable consistency is reached.

They taste delicious ;)

Get the recipe at

My new preferred way of eating a brownie. I used my favorite recipe and simply added smashed blackberries to the top and when I was eating them I thought how much they tasted like a truffle. It's a great (and versatile) recipe and sometimes I add walnuts, etc. Here's a link to the recipe (Scout's Brownies)

Digital. Done for my Illustrating the Edible class to submit to this blawg.

Today I have shared a simple post Garlic Podi Recipe / Poondu Idli Podi Recipe with step by step pics. I have another version of Idli Podi in my space, but this one with addition of garlic is more flavourful and much cheaper than ready made packets. It’s always a perfect and tasty accompaniment for idli and dosa. Though I prepare chutney for breakfast, this podi is a must side dish in my family, I think this would be the regular scene in most of your homes also. This podi stays good for 2 months and if you want to prepare in large quantity, just double or triple the ingredients. I usually add this podi, to the regular poriyal / stir fry to make it more tastier.

Recipe for the italian magazine Stirato.

You can download the pdf issue at :

Sandwich with tuna and egg

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