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Friday, June 21, 2024

Smoked Trout, Wild Rice and Edamame Bowl – The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.

We’re kicking off a new TASTY TUESDAY today, and this month it’s me in the kitchen again!

Having recently become a new Mum, I’m craving satisfying, healthy meals, but I am seriously short on time. I have a new obsession in the kitchen, and it’s called efficiency.

SO this month is all about quick and healthy meal inspiration. Each dish is a super simple, healthy, tasty meal idea, using ingredients found in most supermarkets, and requiring the bare minimum of prep time.

I’m kicking off with one of my all time favourite super easy meals – smoked trout, rice and edamame bowl.



Cruden Farm · The Garden of Dame Elisabeth Murdoch – The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.

Cruden Farm at Langwarrin, south-east of Melbourne, was given to the late Dame Elisabeth Murdoch in 1928 as a wedding present from her husband, Sir Keith Murdoch.

The exceptional story of this garden, created through the dedication of Dame Elisabeth and gardener Michael Morrison, is told through the pages of  Cruden Farm Garden Diaries. This beautiful book charts the evolution of a quiet, creative and incredibly productive relationship between two kindred souls.

Gardens columnist, Georgina Reid of The Planthunter, learns more from the book’s co-author, journalist Lisa Clausen.

Okonomiyaki – The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.

This afternoon Julia Busuttil Nishimura & Norihiko Nishimura are back with one of Japan’s most distinctive and popular dishes – Okonomiyaki!   Literally translated as ‘what you like’ (okonomi) and  ‘cooked’ (yaki), it’s a perennial crowd pleaser, and can be made in endless variations to suit your taste, with or without meat.  For this version, Julia wowed us by adding fresh squid to the batter, which she prepared from scratch!  TOP EFFORT.

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