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Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day 2013

By: | 1 Comment | On: May 15, 2013 | Category : Fussy Eaters, Nutrition

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One Handed Cooks is very excited to be participating in the ‘Blogger Soup Challenge’ and to “Cook it. Share it. Live it.” this Friday the 17th of May.  It is all part of Food Revolution Day 2013, a campaign of Jamie Oliver’s charities: the Better Food Foundation (UK) and Jamie Oliver...
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Mini Break Meal Plan

By: | 0 Comments | On: April 25, 2013 | Category : Food Preparation, Fussy Eaters, Kids Cooking

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I have recently been talking to some girlfriends about what to cook on a mini break. You know when you are going away for a week? Or a long weekend? It’s easy to worry about what you are going to eat without just ordering takeaway all week leading to potential...
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One Handed Cooks Newsletter – Win a Ridge Organics Hamper

By: | 11 Comments | On: April 15, 2013 | Category : Tips & Tricks, Uncategorized

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**COMPETITION NOW CLOSED: WINNER “AMY” HAS BEEN CONTACTED** We now have a sparkly new monthly newsletter which will be full of all the wonderful things you need to know. Who wouldn’t want to be in on that? Newsletters are a great way for us to keep in touch with you,...
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Healthy Dips For Kids

By: | 10 Comments | On: March 15, 2013 | Category : Fussy Eaters, Kids Cooking

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I had a dip-tastic day yesterday, creating 5 healthy dips and a tomato sauce. My kitchen looked like a bomb had hit it, and due to a blender explosion everything now tastes just a little bit like basil pesto… but it was oh-so-worth-it for the result. There are a few...
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Meal Planning & Saving Money in the Kitchen

By: | 2 Comments | On: March 13, 2013 | Category : Nutrition, Tips & Tricks, Tips from Mums

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While studying, I worked in some of the most beautiful, grand houses in Sydney. I was always very curious to see how these families ran their houses when money wasn’t really an issue. I thought I would see a lot of over spending and wastage, however I was completely wrong...
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