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10 minutes | Oct 3, 2020
Lentils à la Dijonnaise (mustard and speck lentils)
Lentils à la Dijonnaise (mustard and speck lentils) I have a feeling this is the first time I’ve cooked lentils. My friend GC regularly shares with me her photos of salmon, broccolini and lentils meals and I’m always a bit jelly because in my mind lentils require a lot of effort and I’m a somewhat […]
4 minutes | Jun 27, 2020
My first pizza dough
This post describes my first pizza 🍕 dough. I can’t tell you how many pizzas I’ve eaten in 55 years. I’ve never made one though. I remember as a young man I could eat whole large pizzas with ease. I loved eating a pizza on my own or with friends. I happily ate pizzas with […]
3 minutes | Jun 20, 2020
Crumbed, nutted, and beaten rump steak
I don’t normally beat my meat to get it juicy and tender. I was watching Jamie Oliver on TV last night and he made a dish with chicken breast, breadcrumbs, and garlic. It involved using a rolling pin to beat the meat to tenderise it and to beat the breadcrumbs and garlic into the meat. […]
2 minutes | Feb 29, 2020
Porterhouse steak and salad
There is nothing special about tonight’s meal or this post. I’ve been so busy I’ve not been able to find inspiration in anything I want to cook so when I went grocery shopping I picked up a steak and some salad stuff. Yummy Lummy is not sponsored by anyone. Recipe It’s important to read the […]
4 minutes | Feb 22, 2020
Prawn scallop and speck fried cauliflower rice
Prawn scallop and speck fried cauliflower rice after a relaxing Saturday at home Prawn scallop and speck fried cauliflower rice Today was the first day since the long weekend that I’ve been able to work from home and not go into the office. I did dial into a teleconference but I got stuff done. The […]
4 minutes | Feb 15, 2020
Reverse seared porterhouse steak with potato gems and green peppercorn mushroom gravy
Reverse seared steak isn’t something I do very often. I usually sear first and then finish off the cooking in oven. Dedicated to SARS-COV-2 which causes COVID-19 because I got home late and didn’t have time to cook the steak by sous vide. Find out more about the new names below Reverse seared steak versus […]
5 minutes | Feb 8, 2020
Triple pork fried cauliflower rice
Triple pork fried cauliflower rice Triple pork fried cauliflower rice sounds a bit weird but it was the best I could come up with at short notice. It’s been a bit crazy at work and I only got home at about 4 pm and didn’t feel like doing a long cook. I will be cooking some […]
11 minutes | Jan 25, 2020
Coles “Tomahawk steak with creamy onion and mushrooms, and green and gold vegetables for Chinese New Year
Tomahawk steak and the Year of the rat Dedicated to the water rats of Belconnen, Canberra. Mmm… water rat Happy Chinese New Year or Happy Lunar New Year. It’s the year of the rat and I’m a rat according to the Chinese Zodiac. Warning Wide ranging blog post This post covers a broad range of […]
10 minutes | Jan 18, 2020
Norfolk Island take 2
Norfolk Island I spent the last four days in Norfolk Island. This was a follow up trip to the week I spent there in December. Olive Café This time I was there for three nights. I stayed in a different place and rather than eat a continental breakfast at the motel, my work colleagues and […]
9 minutes | Dec 21, 2019
Eating on Norfolk Island
This week just past I was working in Norfolk Island. I flew there on Monday morning via Sydney and returned Friday evening, again via Sydney. Dedicated to the numerous grazing cows on Norfolk Island. There are so many of them Best coffee on Norfolk Island | Prinke The best coffee on the island can be […]
3 minutes | Mar 22, 2018
RY0005 Vegemite celeriac mash
Welcome to the Random Yummy. Tonight I share how I use the Tupperware Microwave Pressure Cooker and a Magic Bullet to make celeriac mash flavoured with Vegemite.
3 minutes | Mar 12, 2018
RY0004 Sous vide cooking
Sous vide cooking is fun and amazing
2 minutes | Feb 14, 2018
RY0003 Garlic and anchovy baked beans chicken maryland with crispy balsamic Brussels sprouts
Tonight I did something a little differently and served my chicken and Brussels sprouts with some enhanced baked beans.
4 minutes | Feb 10, 2018
RY0002 Coon cheese® omelet with sesame and poppy seeds
Eating eggs every morning can get a little boring so every now and then I like to make my eggs taste and feel a little better. So what do I mean by feel? I mean mouthfeel. Mouthfeel is really important. I like my food to have texture. Eggs can be pretty bland when it comes to texture, so adding some crunch really makes a difference.
2 minutes | Feb 9, 2018
RY0001 Crispy Balsamic Brussels sprouts with Spam and fennel salad
I got a handful of Brussels sprouts, cut them in half and tossed them in a mixing bowl with some olive oil and then rubbed them all over with the oil. I then laid them out on a baking tray with the cut surface facing up. I sprinkled some iodised salt on them and then put them into a hot oven until I could penetrate one easily with a tine of a fork. It was about 20 minutes at 200 °C.
3 minutes | Nov 26, 2017
How to make something quick and easy with Coles pulled pork
How to make something quick and easy with Coles pulled pork Normally making something with pulled pork requires hours of slow cooking. This Coles product relieves you of that time burden. Coupled with some vegetables from the refrigerator and some sauces you can make a quick and easy meal. I’ve used it before and enjoyed […]
3 minutes | Nov 26, 2017
Crispy pork crackling may help smarten kids
Crispy pork crackling may help smarten kids Crispy pork crackling may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you are pregnant but this week it was salty goodness that had me thinking. I need to back up a bit to explain. [maxbutton id=”3″ url=”#recipe” ][maxbutton id=”12″ url=”#photograph” ] [maxbutton id=”9″ url=”#questions-and-answers” ] […]
3 minutes | Mar 5, 2017
Pork red curry
Pork red curry to die for. This was a really nice recipe that was quick and easy to make. Anyone can do this and it wasn't too expensive.
2 minutes | Mar 4, 2017
What happened to my routine?
So, last week I posted about how I had finished February in my usual eating routine. This week has been a little unusual. A day in Sydney, a dinner out I didn’t end up getting to, and senate estimates put my week out of whack.
8 minutes | Oct 11, 2016
The Royal Darwin Hospital and the 2002 Bali Bombings
I originally wrote this on 12 October 2012, the tenth anniversary of the 2002 Bali bombings and I had it on the Old Yummy Lummy blog. I thought I should update the post a little and bring it over to my current blog. I’d welcome comments and feedback. This post is not like my regular […]
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