I like to bring my lunch to work and I also have a little girl who will be starting primary school in 2006 so I'm collecting lunch recipes now!
We live in the Tropics so recipes that can survive without a fridge are very welcome. Feel free to send me any suggestions.
I *love* these. With a nice rich white wine... these are delicious, and easy breezy to make! This is another recipe that I make from the school of 'some'; there's really not amount to how much to use, just a 'bit' of everything. This recipe is great because your oven temp is not very important. Making a pie while making these? just stick it in the oven! All you need is for the cheese to melt and the bread, cheese, and honey to warm through.
This is a very easy to prepare and tasty recipe. I work and go to school full time so dont have time to prepare fancy stuff. This hardly takes half hour to prepare and very filling and delicious. I got this from a turkish friend of mine, but am not sure if its turkish.Dont matter, taste good enough to me.
Have you been thinking, lately, that you really need more green olives in your diet? Of course you have! This is just one of my husband's food brainstorms. He comes up with wonderful ideas for *me* to make. Isn't he sweet? I've started to notice a pattern: most of them involve green olives, or garlic, or both!
This is from today's Weekend magazine's Foorcourt column. Did you know that Feta cheese, the Greek brined cheese could have actually originated in Italy. According to some food historians there is no such word as feta in classical Greek; it is a New Greek word, originally tyripheta, or "cheese slice", the word feta comes from the Italian word 'fette' meaning a slice of food!