Pork Satay

The Indonesians got it right when they invented satay! The great thing about satay is you can use any meat or fish, toss it on a skewer, smother it in yummy sauce and you’ve got yourself a great and easy dinner that is sure to impress friends.


  • 400 grams of pork tenderloin cut into cubes
  • 1 cucumber thinly sliced, longways
  • 4 radishes thinly sliced
  • 2 spring onion thinly sliced
  • 1/4 cup roasted peanuts smashed
  • 1 lime
  • 2 tablespoon sesame oil
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 bag of arugala

Satay sauce

  • 1/4 cup sesame oil
  • 1 chilli
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 1 cup of peanuts
  • 1 teaspoon of cumin
  • 1/2 teaspoon turmeric
  • 1 tablespoon of fish sauce
  • 1/2 cup of coconut milk
  • 1/2 cup of water
  • 2 tablespoon of brown sugar
  • juice of 1 lemon
  • 2 tablespoons of soy sauce


Put all ingredients for satay sauce into a food processor. Blend until you get very finely chopped peanuts and it begins to thicken slightly. Pour half of the sauce over the pork cubes, cover with saran wrap, and place in the fridge for 1 hour.
If you are using wooden skewers place them in hot water to stop from burning when on the bbq.

Now that your meat is marinading you can start making your salad. Plate your arugula, radish, onion, peanuts and cucumber and squeeze your fresh lime over top. Set aside in the fridge for now. If you’d like to make a salad dressing I suggest: juice of 1 lime, 1 teaspoon of fish sauce, and 1 teaspoon of sugar mixed very well (until sugar dissolves). This is a beautiful and zesty dressing for your salad.

After the meat has marinaded for 1 hour and your bbq or grill pan is at medium heat, you can start to thread your meat onto the skewers. Pour as much sauce on the skewers as possible (whatever is left from marinading) Once that is finished brush the meat with oil and place on the grill. Cook for 6 minutes, turning occasionally until cooked through. You should have some nice charred bits as well.

Once the meat is cooked, you can plate up your salad and meat. With the other half of the remaining sauce, heat up for about 2 minutes on high heat continuously stirring or until it starts to bubble. Take off heat and pour all over the meat and enjoy. For a finishing touch sprinkle mint leaves over the salad and salt and pepper to taste.


Top 5 adventure Instagram feeds

Everyday you pull out your phone and bring up Instagram to find a feed full of unreal photos documenting the insane adventures of people from around the world.

Wether you’re into videos of people base jumping in China or seeing landscape photos from the Pacific Crest Trail; Instagram captures it all. You don’t even have to leave your armchair to be a part of it.

We draw so much inspiration from seeing posts by like minded people, we’ve decided to drop our top 5 accounts that get us motivated.
Let us know in the comments below who you love to follow!

**Click on the highlighted links to go straight to their pages**

1. @briannamadia

Brianna Madia and her husband travel in their orange van, Bertha with their two dogs, Bucket and Dagwood. Their feed is full of incredible photos of their adventures rock climbing, canyoning and living in their van. Their motto, “never leave the dogs behind” is made true when you see the epic snaps of the dogs being abseiled into the canyons. Their posts will make you want to get out and go on an adventure with your dogs.

2. @ladiesgetoutside

Ladies Get Outside is an homage to women in the outdoors. Their inspiring photos make you want to be in the mountains enjoying nature. Their page is filled with stunning landscape photos as well as pictures of women in adventure sports. Every time we scroll through their feed we are keen to grab our boots and hit the trail.

3. @she_explores

Another feed we love to follow is She Explores. Empowering women in all aspects of the outdoors and travel. Their tagline, “A website and podcast for creative, curios women in the outdoors, on the road, and besides.” was all we needed to see to hit that FOLLOW button. The photos and stories they share are incredible and showcase women in all our glory. If seeing these posts don’t push you to get out and try something that scares you, we don’t know what will!

4. @natgeoyourshot

Anything that starts with NatGEO instantly has us hooked. It is an aggregation of photos from the National Geographic photo community and allows people to share brilliant stories from around the world. Every single picture is jaw dropping good and pushes you to be a better photographer.

5. @climbingmate

This is a newer find for us, but as soon as we stumbled upon it we loved it. If you are an avid climber or a lover of climbing photography, this is one you definitely have to check out. The pictures are from all over the world and showcase some of the best walls and climbers out there. You’re going to want to grab your chalk bag after 5 minutes of scrolling through this feed!