Yearly Archives: 2018

Christmas Turkey Salad


Christmas Turkey Salad Christmas is a time of indulgence – and food is one of those indulgences.  A "light version" of a turkey lunch is this salad. It's tasty, has nuts for texture and is low in fat. I generally use turkey breast, but be careful cooking it as it can dry out quickly.

Christmas Turkey Salad2018-12-20T05:38:20+00:00

Foodies – November 2018


The sharing of food is like breaking bread, it's very symbolic. Robert Irvine Welcome to the November edition of Foodies and the realisation that Christmas is fast approaching. So great to see the sunshine as we prepare to spend time with family and friends, celebrating the past year and sharing delicious food! The Spring Menu is

Foodies – November 20182018-12-04T02:57:12+00:00

The Importance of a Partner


Your Sutherland Shire Wellness Champions The Importance of a Partner The general concept of a partner is a player on the same team or those working for the same cause. At Sutherland Food Services we see our community partners as an integral component of our business. Partnerships provide opportunity, sharing of resources and

The Importance of a Partner2018-12-04T00:57:23+00:00

Green Lentil Salad


Green Lentil Salad This salad is great for Summer, inexpensive, yummy and quick to make. Perfect for lunch or dinner. FACT: Legumes have high iron content, which is beneficial in non-meat diets. One cup of French green lentils contains approx. 100% of your daily recommended intake of iron. Serves: 1 person Prep time: 10-15

Green Lentil Salad2018-12-03T23:37:19+00:00

10 out of 10 rating for SFS meals!


Food Review from Barbara Jones Barbara recently underwent a minor knee surgery and chose to purchase a week of home-delivered meals from Sutherland Food Services to make preparing meals easier whilst she recovered at home. Barbara was so impressed with the meal quality that she wrote in to share her review on each

10 out of 10 rating for SFS meals!2018-11-23T02:00:10+00:00

7 Wonderful Weeks


Volunteer travel diaries: 7 Wonderful Weeks – Scandinavia, The Baltics, Poland, Austria and Strasbourg, France.  Our first stop was Frankfurt followed by Hamburg, which we used as rest and relaxation points with some sightseeing after the long flight. These two cities are very eclectic with notable levels of high migration from the recent refugee

7 Wonderful Weeks2018-11-21T00:24:15+00:00

Thai Beef Salad


Thai Beef Salad This is my mid-week get home from work and don’t feel like cooking dinner recipe. With summer approaching, a nice glass or perhaps two of crisp white wine – it’s a winner! from Sue Green Serves: 2-4 people Prep time: 15-20 mins Cook time: 15-20 mins INGREDIENTS 1 1/2 tablespoons fresh

Thai Beef Salad2018-11-05T00:55:45+00:00

Cruises, waterfalls and Henry VIII’s Toilet!


Glenda at the Waterfall of the Gods in Akureyri, Iceland. Volunteer travel diaries: Journey through bustling cities and dramatic landscapes with volunteer, Glenda, as she travels from Hong Kong to Iceland and the UK.  In August I left for Hong Kong to stay with my nephew and his wife. They live on the 60th

Cruises, waterfalls and Henry VIII’s Toilet!2018-10-16T00:23:46+00:00

Foodies – October 2018


Eat well. Live well. Welcome to the October edition of Foodies. The past weeks have been a maze of Government information sessions. We have welcomed the new Aged Care standards being passed through legislation which will see a greater focus on the consumer, their rights, choice and aspirations. Wellness is the focus of our business

Foodies – October 20182018-10-05T04:51:08+00:00

Egg & Homemade Cashew Pesto


Egg & Homemade Cashew Pesto Start your day right, with Sue's healthy and satisfying breakfast made with fresh, homemade pesto. Serves: 1 person Prep time: 10-15 mins Cook time: 10-15 mins INGREDIENTS 1-2 eggs poached, soft boiled, fried… or any way you like! 2 tablespoons Cashew Pesto (see below) 2-6 cherry tomatoes Basil leaves

Egg & Homemade Cashew Pesto2018-09-19T05:00:00+00:00
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