I promised you recipes (there was a twitter conversation with at least one person) and I am keeping this promise. But I’m keeping it over at my fellow wordpresser and RWA sister’s blog.
I’m at Cathryn Hein’s Friday Feast today, talking a bit about food and books and giving recipes for quick hasty tasty Evans favourites: dukkha (as it is not made in the Middle East, I’m sure, but still tasting good), Cajun Rare Salmon, Smashed Potatoes and Greek Salad.
Yes, it is a culturally diverse meal ( I prefer ‘diverse’ to ‘messed up’). I live in Melbourne, a city which has never met a cuisine it didn’t want to absorb and run with. To be honest, the same could be said of much of Australia. In recent years (and apart from the Aboriginal Australians, it’s all recent) we are a country of immigrants so we have a lot of different influences in our kitchen pots. For which I, for one, am very grateful!
Anyway, to encourage you to hop over and have a look at the post, here are some pictures…