5 recipes that bring you unlikely (but welcome) dinnertime wins…

Have you noticed that at some point in most magazine articles about musicians, there’s a bit of the interview that goes… “Yeah, I guess my love of [insert hipster genre] music began as a child, listening to my parent’s [Hendrix/Bowie/soul/reggae/early hip hop etc] albums.”

I get a slight wistfulness for a childhood that was, you know, like, cool. Not that my childhood wasn’t lovely, but I grew up listening to Glen Miller-1940s-swing and Tijuana Brass albums. Which I guess is why I write recipes on a blog called ‘Vegie Smugglers’ and am featured in Super Food Ideas Magazine rather than writing ear-worm songs and featuring in Rolling Stone.

Anyway, back to what I do best (click the pic to visit the recipe)…

vegie smugglers beef pho

Vietnamese Beef Pho

Cucur- urdang - Malaysian food for kids.

Cucur udang – Malaysian prawn fritters.

vegie smugglers cauliflower and cashew pilaf

Cauliflower & cashew pilaf. Fun to say and good to eat.

slow cooker pea and ham soup

Genuine ham & pea soup, in the slow cooker.

Salmon mornay. Truly. With a bit of paprika - delicious.

Salmon mornay. Truly. With a bit of paprika – delicious.

And for dessert, why not some chocolate & beetroot brownie!

And for dessert, why not some chocolate & beetroot brownie!

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    Seana Smith said,

    Oh I must try your new book! I have a slow cooker and the weather is certainly getting chilly so hearty slow cooked dinners are needed.


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