Category Archives: Tradie food

Bean Salad






Bean Salad    This salad is made from one of the best pantry staples around. Dried beans, frugal, long lasting. I always keep stock of dried beans, so handy for soups and salads and dips and meals on their own. I find the best places in Australia is to purchase them from is whole food shops, health food stores and the likes. These places usually have a good variety of beans. When using beans for any meal it is necessary

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Chocolate Chip Cookies






This will be my last blog for a couple of months. We are taking some long overdue leave. Going to get lost somewhere between the east and west coast of Australia. It will be good that I am going to be away from my kitchen for awhile and for a good part of our break we will also be away from any shops. So the waistline will love me. I baked these biscuits with the intention of keeping some for

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Baked Beans






Baked Beans   Traditionally beans were slowly baked, cooked overnight in hot coals in a fire pit. Fast forward to present day, not many of us have a fire pit in our yards. Some of us don’t even have yards. So you want beans fast, and you want them easy. Break out the pressure pot/cooker, a marvellous invention. They were invented in1679, the French physicist Denis Papin. Bet you did not know they were that old. Cooking under pressure with

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Peanut Brownies, fast and easy






Peanut brownies

When life gets mundane and tiresome, make some peanut brownies. Sometimes there are just not enough hours in the day and you still need to keep on going. You need food for lunches, morning tea or just something to offer a guest. Well these little puppies fill that spot and they are easy to make.






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