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Tacos de chorizo

Tacos are great and anything that has chorizo in it can’t go wrong. You see, where I come from we have this pretty horrible bean soup that most of us hate when we are kids. Its called porotos con rienda, meaning beans with leads. And its pretty much a stew of barlotti beans with some winter veggies and overcooked...

Guacamole

Guacamole. America goes nuts for it, Australians pay 5 dollars to have it added to their meals and we Latinos... we show you how to make your own! You will need: 2 ripe avocadoes, peeled and seeded in a bowl ½ bunch of fresh coriander chopped finely 1 small red onion, no core, peeled and diced very small The juice...

Pebre Chileno (Chilean Salsa)

So… a lot of gringos ask me about the best salsa, I don’t think there is such thing as “the best” of something when it comes to food. I mean, my dad used to say “god made different colours so people can have different taste” and its because of these differences that we can have endless combinations of flavours...

Double chocolate cake with Australian native mint infused whipped cream

This cake is cheap to make and it doesn’t require you to have amazing baking skills, the result though, looks incredible. It is loved by children and adults alike and it will make you look like a kitchen genius. I came out with this recipe while catering for a high-end hiking experience, and even when I served it as...

Chilean Carbonada for camping in the the Queenland Wet Season

We were stranded in Agnes Water at the beginning of February 2016 after a massive storm decided to roll in and stay for over two weeks. We were ready to bail out on the while situation but we couldn’t leave without risking running into flooded roads (worst case scenario) or creating wet and mouldy equipment (best case scenario) by...

How to stock your mobile camp kitchen

Camping is all about lists and thinking about a whole bunch of "just in case" scenarios. We are on a long-haul trip that includes housesitting as well as fancy-pants camping (close to a township and a variety of shops) and also bush camping. We have no clear schedule - we do what we want pending on the opportunities that...

chicken curry from scratch for Wazza

Free of gluten, lactose, fish & crustaceans. The chicken can be replaced by another vegetable source of protein, like tofu, tempeh or any legume (beans, chickpeas, lentils) to turn this recipe into a vegetarian and vegan feed. This meal can be made for under $10 per person. Infact a serving for 3 people cost less than $20! Once we finished...

How to fit a fully-functioning kitchen into the back of your car and still have space for all your girlfriend’s crap

Our main objective when setting up the camping kitchen was that we wanted to have all the equipment in the world, but unfortunately there wasn’t much space in my car for this, considering that I also had to fit Monique, our long boards, the suitcases, my guitar, water sports equipment, the tent, the mattress… You get me? Well, if...

Beef Stew – for those chilly nights.

So we were in Noosa, sub tropical paradise in beautiful Queensland, we were running away from Melbourne’s winter, so far everything was perfect, the sun was shinning and the wind was balmy warm and the days by the river were beautiful, cooking in that weather was cheerful and light, and we would strive to not turn the stove for...

Sausage & Veggies Stew on a bed of Wild Rice

Pre-word: Stop buying that white rice crap. Get brown rice, wild rice, black rice, red rice, green rice, who cares? Whatever floats your boat and keeps you away from the bleached-no-nutrients-left-because-i-have-been-so-processed-im-not-even-rice-any-more white variety. If you need any more reasons, just know that all the vitamins and nutrients of this easy to transport, cheap to buy and goes a long way...

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