An easy, everyday pavlova.
There are plenty of ways to delight your tastebuds when concocting cocktails. Here is another way to surprise your guests on ladies night.
Filling dumpling soup with ginger and chili dipping sauce that is irresistible. If there are leftovers, we doubt there will be, try dumplings for breakfast.
Oven-cooked salmon with a ton of flavor and color. Serve over a bed of quinoa for a complete fish and vegetable bowl.
High in protein and full in flavor, this dish is a hearty meal with plenty of vegetables. Adjust the heat by adding crushed sichuan peppercorns.
This coconut cream soup is vibrant and sweet. Ginger, chilies, lemongrass and limes live up the flavorful bowl. Serve with a grilled cheese for a fun meal.
Dessert and breakfast come together and it is heavenly. Soft pancakes, layered with whipped cream and jam are honey drizzled and topped with persimmons.
Lamb meatballs are thrown into a healthy, filling, and lip-tingling wrap. Top with a chili and vinegar dressing to bring the heat up a flavorful notch.
A marshmallowy, crispy meringue topped with vanilla cream. Add vibrant, tart pomegranate seeds and fresh flowers and you are ready to celebrate anything.
A beautiful spring soup that can be a simple dessert. Serve with yogurt, whipped cream, or vanilla ice cream. Save the leftovers for an eye-popping dessert topping.
A blush-colored salmon salad with pomegranate jewels and sprinkled with quinoa is filling, while still being light.
Vibrant, stewed plums with a biscuit bottom and pudding filling make this a dessert to eat all in one sitting.
Crimson-hued figs nestled atop a creamy cheesecake and adorned with a rich, acidic balsamic glaze.
Lychee and rosewater sorbet is a beautiful gluten and dairy-free treat.
These refreshing Vietnamese pork balls are quick and simple and would be perfect for a casual dinner.
This duck and pomegranate salad is so pretty you could easily serve it up for a gathering.
With roast pork, fresh herbs, salad and a hint of chilli, these Mini Vietnamese Pork Buns will be the hit of your next cocktail party.
This gorgeous cardamon bunt cake cake is not exactly diet food. But then, who wants to be good all the time?
Christina Soong-Kroeger visited Hamilton Island for Hamilton Island Race Week. She shares three dining experiences: Shannon Bennet (Vue de Monde) dinner, Kylie Kwong Lunch and Wild Oats Ladies Lunch.
The dining experience at coca chu is casual and sociable, the cuisine is modern Southeast Asian influenced. The dishes are designed to be shared…
A sublime salted caramel sauce for pouring, dipping or bathing in.
A delicious beef stir fry, perfect for a quick dinner.
An indulgent, swoon-worthy appetizer from Christina Soong-Kroeger.
Christina Soong-Kroeger chats to the humble and easy going Dennis Leslie, Executive Chef at the Hilton Adelaide.
Chef Duncan Welgemoed has worked with Heston Blumenthal and Gordon Ramsay. We talked with him about his cooking philosophy.
Christina Soong-Kroeger meets up with another acclaimed chef from the Barossa Valley in Australia.
Christina Soong-Kroeger meets Zach Riemersma from Collingrove Homestead in Barossa Valley, Australia.
This Quince Meringue Pie is a kind of mish-mash of a Free-Form Apple Tart and Mini Lemon Meringue Pies using slow-roasted quinces.
As part of the Tasting Australia food festival Christina Soong-Kroeger visited the Fleurieu Peninsula in Australia.
Christina Soong-Kroeger with a simple, gorgeous dessert for kids and grown ups alike.
A moist and dense Bundt cake, fragranced with Lady Grey tea, orange, lemon and rosewater.
Christina Soong-Kroeger shares her love of food with her children and her recipe for a free-form apple tart.
Back from a week on the road, Christina Soong-Kroeger is happy to get her hands dirty in the kitchen again.
A fragrant vegetarian dish perfect for warming you up on a rainy day.
Christina Soong-Kroeger recreates her Grandmother’s secret Sambal Udang recipe. By Christina Soong-Kroeger I do love…
These mini merry puddings are perfect for those who really don’t have time to cook.
An Australian interpretation of a German chicken pie borrowed from the English and the French. Confusing? No, delicious.
Quenelles of poached meringue dusted with praline float dreamily on a vanilla custard. Love at first bite.
These gorgeous mini chilli and caramelised onion jam tarts are perfect for a cocktail party.
A beautifully moist poached chicken with oyster sauce, sauteed onions, fried shallots and fresh cilantro.
A show-stopping salad featuring luscious figs and prosciutto ham.
This beautiful strawberry sorbet is a delicious and easy everyday treat.
A delicious, grown up way to enjoy watermelon. Try this daiquiri twist from Christina Soong-Kroeger.
A refreshing and calming drink for when you’re hot and bothered.
A gorgeous salad for a light lunch or serve it with duck for a special dinner.
Christina Soong-Kroeger starts the year with a delicious dessert and some great poetry.
Sweet and salty chocolate bark with cranberries, pistachios and pepitas – simple to make and absolutely delicious.
Everything you need for your own pizza party: a great dough recipe and three tasty toppings.
Fragrant lamb skewers marinated in chilli, cumin and Szechuan peppercorns. Completely addictive.
A super easy recipe fo Rocky Road, which makes a perfect festive holiday gift.
The premise for the Wild degustation dinner at Bistro Dom in Adelaide was simple: they would hunt, forage, and make as much of the food and wine served as possible.
Christina Soong-Kroeger and her mother dined as guests of Collingrove Homestead in Barossa Valley.