About the Blog

I started this blog a few months after my daughter was born. I found myself at home a whole lot more than I had been previously, and began to experiment in the kitchen. This space is a personal narrative, a fusion of storytelling and food. I love to cook & to eat, I have two kids & a beautiful partner, I read as much as I can, and I swear a lot. You’ll find all of that in here. You’ll also find recipes for everything from salads to noodle dishes to cakes.

The dishes in this blog are all relatively simple. It is the food that I cook at home, for myself and my family. I rarely eat meat, and I love cooking with seasonal, organic and locally sourced vegetables and whole foods. All of the dishes here are vegetarian, many of them are vegan, some are raw. Most of the food is healthy, but not all of it. I don’t believe in diets; I do believe in good taste.


About Me

I’m Sarah. I grew up in Melbourne and after a five-year stint in Brisbane we’ve recently moved back down south. I live with my partner and our two energetic, hilarious and sweet kids. Alongside food, I love reading and writing, feminist history and art theory, writers festivals, Jorge Luis Borges and Ursula Le Guin, overseas traveling and city bike riding, taking photos and camping, swimming in the summertime and whiskey neat. My favourite foods are fresh pineapple, ice cream, dark chocolate, sourdough rye bread, roasted beetroot, peanut butter, salads of all sorts.

I hope you enjoy reading this blog as much as I enjoy creating it.

Sarah x

I live, work and play on the unceded land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. I pay my respects to their Elders, past and present.


22 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi Sarah…I love your blog and your simple and freh recipes ! I will be making this salad this week for sure.
    Spring has finally arrived here in Toronto, Canada after a very long and brutal winter. Needless to say I’ve been waiting patiently for the spring veges !
    Cheers !

  2. Hi Sarah, I just discovered your blog. I used to live in Brisbane and in an old Queenslander. I miss it. I look forward to spending some more time snooping around your blog.

  3. I have just come across your blog while googling for a roasted carrot and pearl cous cous recipe. Yours was amazing – everyone cleaned their plates! Ive loved looking through your recipes and they all look beautiful.

    1. Thanks so much Elizabeth. I didn’t make the beetroot logo myself – I wish, it’s so pretty! Do let me know how you go if you cook any of my recipes.

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