I’ve been in Australia for about a week and a half now. So far, our trip has been amazing, aside from the mostly rainy weather. The rain has cut in significantly to our beach time, which is a bit sad, but, that being said, rain and grey sky lend themselves well to the enjoyment of stews and curries.
So, even though I am escaping – geographically – the last few weeks of Canadian winter, I still find myself whipping up something I would happily it on a snowy winter’s evening. My travel companion, Chez, and I cooked this dinner for some of her family friends while we were spending the past weekend on the Sunshine Coast.
We were tight on spices in the vacation rental apartment, hence the odd addition of ketchup to the curry, but, trust me, it was awesome! Here’s the recipe…
I know there hasn’t been much action on here in the past few weeks, but I swear to you, I have a great reason for it! I’ve spent the last eighteen days enjoying myself in England and Denmark (pictured, my good friend (Annie) whom I stopped by to visit in Copenhagen and, of course, myself).
Coupled the the hectic holiday season, prior to my leaving on this adventure, I didn’t have much time to build up content before my plane took off.
That being said, I am flying home to Calgary tomorrow, feeling recharged, revitalized and ready to share all my stories (and some new recipes ‘A OK’-ed by the lovely European folks I’ve spent time with over here.
So, a very much belated ‘Happy New Year’ to you all. I look forward to another year chalk full of great experiences and tasty, tasty food.
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