'My philosophy? Relax, man! Eat home-cooked food as often as you can, using fresh, quality ingredients. Enjoy meals around the table, chatting with family and friends. Treat yourselves often with homemade desserts and baking (that’s very important).'Chelsea Winter
'[Chelsea's] philosophy about eating flies in the face of all the fads that we are bombarded with everyday – low carb, no carb, low-fat, anti-sugar...'Danielle Nicholson, Hamilton News (NZ)
'Life’s too short to eat bad food. And I still think butter makes the world a better place.'Chelsea Winter
Try this free recipe from Chelsea Winter’s Everyday Delicious.
This old-timer is one of my most popular recipes at Christmas time.
A cheesy and delicious recipe from Chelsea Winter's cookbook Scrumptious.
Chelsea's favourite sweet from her new book Eat. The silky richness of the chocolate fudgy part is balanced by the tart sherbet — a zing in every bite!
Sausage rolls will always be über-cool, no matter what anyone says. They're always the first to be nabbed at morning tea, classily dressed-up with a generous splurt of store-bought tomato sauce... crispy, juicy little taste bombs.
Get to know the woman behind Homemade Happiness.
I created my first version of this tart when I was living in France with Douglas for a couple of months, relishing the crispy pastry, creamy cheese, juicy flavourful tomatoes, fresh herbs and spicy cracked pepper. Back then I used a lovely soft salty white French cheese riddled with herbs and garlic. Naturally, I’ve created a new version of this, and it’s still amazingly good.