Today our very own Lisa Marie Corso is BACK with another LMC lunchtime classic – bruschetta. Basically, fancy Italian toast.
Lisa loves ricotta. She buys a big tub and brings it into work on a Monday, then somehow weaves it into every meal she consumes that week. Her ricotta bruschetta is so simple it barely warrants a recipe – you can’t really go wrong with toasted crunchy bread and a generous slathering of good ricotta, topped with fresh tomatoes / herbs / zucchini / salmon, and a drizzle of olive oil. Too easy.
Today our very own Lisa Marie Corso is BACK with another LMC lunchtime classic – the ‘Chicken Cotolleta’ (i.e. Italian chicken schnitzel) sandwich.
Lisa is the queen of forward planning all her food. There is no ‘nothing in the pantry’ moment in Lisa’s world. Her idea of a bedtime ritual is pan frying home-made schnitzel, which is why it is possible for her to eat one of these delicious chicken cotolleta rolls for lunch at work on a weekly basis, despite our very menial office kitchen set up. Finished with a crunchy apple and fennel slaw, this is classic Corso fare.
A new month means a NEW Tasty Tuesday contributor, and today our very own Lisa Marie Corso steps into the kitchen!
LMC is a seriously multi-talented lass. She’s a hilarious writer and editor. She’s an excellent emailer, event planner and social butterfly. She’s a brilliantly bossy and endlessly efficient office manager. But above all, the girl can COOK. (She is Italian, after all.)
In the TDF offices, Lisa’s lunches have become legendary. This is a girl who ALWAYS has a plan for lunch. She never arrives at work without at least 3 Tupperware containers, from which she will carefully compile a delectable 3-part salad or Instagram-worthy open sandwich, or some other inspired lunchtime feast. She’s been known to eat lunch at 11.00am, and frankly, we can see why. Lisa is the queen of lunch.
Kate Berry of Lunch Lady is back today with another kid friendly meal idea. This week she shares her super easy vegetable and fetta hand pies – although you could substitute basically any vegetable you happen to have lying around. Kate calls this one her ‘true midweek CBF meal’!
Today Madeleine Dore of Extraordinary Routines joins us again, with the daily routine of self-taught Sydney baker, creative dessert queen and social media darling Katherine Sabbath.
Katherine started baking at home while working as a high school teacher. She never imagined her hobby would become a busy full-time job, or that her passion for creating Willy Wonka-esque culinary creations would amass a cult following of over 300,000 Instagram fans!
These days, Katherine’s days are jam packed, and usually involve a morning boot camp to kick start the day, followed by developing and testing recipes, collaborating with likeminded brands, photo shoots, and preparing and teaching baking workshops.
A new month is upon us, which means a new Tasty Tuesday contributor. This month we welcome Kate Berry, aka the ‘Lunch Lady‘! Lunch Lady is Kate’s blog and quarterly print magazine, all about food + family.
Kate is kicking off the month with her amazing ‘Chocnana Pops’, which are such a genius yet ridiculously easy snack idea, they barely warrant a recipe!
Today we are sad to farewell this month’s Tasty Tuesday contributor, Ashley Alexander of Gather & Feast!
We’ve loved Ashley’s easy, wholesome food ideas over the last few weeks, and this last one is no exception. This super quick recipe is ideal served as a pre-dinner accompaniment to impress hungry guests while you get the main course underway. A tasty combination of fresh ricotta, sautéed greens and crunchy, garlicky sourdough crumbs.
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