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Pasta in a hurry

June 9, 2017 0

This pasta is a cheap and easy meal to conjure up when you’re bogged down with the stress of exams. Do not worry about sticking too closely to the recipe – in fact it is a great way to use [Read More]

Bitchin’ Kitchen — Vanja’s basil pasta

May 22, 2017 0

By Hannah Colenbrander  The full credit for this meal belong to my Aunty Vanja, a modest connoisseur and explorer of food. Thanks to you for accidentally coming up with this delicious creation, and to your family for letting me eat [Read More]

Bitchin’ Kitchen — Larb gai

May 8, 2017 0

By Hannah Colenbrander Larb gai is the perfect Thursday meal. For when it’s basically the end of the week, but you can’t yet justify buying takeaways. It’s so quick and easy to make you’ll have more time for all that [Read More]

Bitchin’ Kitchen — Thai Beef Salad

April 22, 2017 0

By Hannah Colenbrander Thai Beef Salad I never have leftovers with this one, it’s just too delicious. To make it go further add egg or rice noodles, the carbs will also help with energy levels. Admittedly this recipe requires a [Read More]

Bitchin’ Kitchen – Vegan Mac’n Cheese

March 27, 2017 0

With Hannah Colenbrander I’m not a vegan and I don’t think I ever will be because I am just too into the eating animals’ thing. However, I am always surprised at how tasty this vegan mac’n cheese is, and how [Read More]

Bitchin’ Kitchen – Burritos

March 13, 2017 0

Massey’s very own Martha Stewart, Hannah Colenbrander, will share a collection of her recipes over the year, sure to inspire ravenous students. I am sick to death of spaghetti bolognese. I suppose my inspiration for this recipe collection formed out [Read More]

EAT AND REAP WHAT YOU SOW

October 21, 2013 0

GROW LOCAL In November and December, it’s time to start planting out seedlings – or ‘baby plants’ – of the amazingly delicious things that we have to look forward to over summer; namely, tomatoes, peppers, and all the plants that [Read More]

EAT & REAP WHAT YOU SOW

September 25, 2013 0

Grow Local September, while the weather is still cool, is a good time to sow greens like lettuce, silver beet and spinach, and some root crops like carrots, beets and radish. You can still plant a few last peas at [Read More]