Secret Recipe Club

GF | Potato Poutine

GF | Potato Poutine

 

The time has come for me to bid au revoir to the Secret Recipe Club.  

 

A club I have been a part of for quite a number of years, and one I’ve enjoyed immensely.

 

Having been told I had Hashimoto’s (hypothyroidism) a few years ago, I made the big decision to focus on my health as naturally as possible - speaking with natural practitioners and through the goodness of seasonally grown organic food prepared as nutritionally as possible and with a whole lot of love.

 

“Let food be thy medicine”…. and all that stuff!

Secret Recipe Club - April

Secret Recipe Club - April

 

Say hello to Erin.

 The creative lady behind the blog Making Memories With Your Kids where you’ll find loads of kid friendly recipes made alongside her two gorgeous children, in the hopes of providing other mum’s and dad’s with some kid friendly ideas of things to do.  

 I love that Erin takes every advantage possible to spend time passing on her love of cooking, baking and creating with her children as can be seen from her blog and recipes, which are filled with lots of love.

 Autumn is now here in Australia and it’s time for all of my favourite foods, so when I saw this recipe, my decision for April's Secret Recipe Club recipe was made.  Yep, doesn’t take me long!

Secret Recipe Club - March

Secret Recipe Club - March

Say hola to Leslie!

A born and bred Southern Californian, however for the past 14 years has called Mexico home.

Growing up watching her grandmother make flour tortillas and her grandpa (the baker in the family) make his empanadas, Leslie developed her love of cooking from an early age and created the lovely blog La Cocina de Leslie as a way to capture both the traditional Mexican recipes and Mexican inspired meals she has made over the years for her family.

Luckily for me, La Cocina de Leslie is my Secret Recipe Club Blog for the month of March. 

Egg + Toast Tarts

Egg + Toast Tarts

 

Say hello to Nicole.

Nicole is a  freelance writer hailing all the way from St Louis Missouri, where she raises 5 teenagers (yes you heard me…5 teenagers), all whilst sharing her love of home cooked, feel good family food on her blog Daily Dish Recipes.

Daily Dish Recipes was born in 2005 with the goal to provide her readers with easy, made from scratch, recipes they could cook at home.  God, I love this goal Nicole, as I’m a huge fan of people getting back into the kitchen, ditching the junk food and cooking from scratch. 

So in honour of Nicole’s style of cooking and in honour of my grumbling tummy and in honour of my need for tote-able picnic food (now that Summer has hit Melbourne), my Secret Recipe Club recipe for this month is……

Secret Recipe Club - November

Secret Recipe Club - November

Say hello to Sid.

Sid is the ever so happy Danish/American cook, photographer and author behind the blog Sid’s Sea Palm Cooking:  I cook, therefore I am.

Sid loves having fun in the kitchen and warmly shares her food and recipes with friends (from her monthly tapas nights) and the blogging community as a whole.

I haven’t been to Denmark (yet!), but fall in love with the country every time I watch a Danish movie or read a book based in Denmark, so of course, I was going to pick one of her many delicious looking Danish recipes from her blog to be my Secret Recipe Club Dish of the Month.