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Zucchini Slice

Another recipe to file under "how did it take me so long to make this?" I remember working in a deli many years ago where they sold a very ordinary looking zucchini slice. They ordered it in cheap and sold so much that they could barely keep up with demand. I wasn't much of an ...

Roast turkey with bacon, pistachio, and apricot stuffing.

Here in Australia it seems that the only time of year you can easily find a whole fresh turkey is in the lead up to Christmas. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving, and the rest of the year you have to either order one specially {and even then cross your fingers} or settle for a frozen buffe ...

Smoked trout & kipfler salad.

As the weather starts to warm up salads like this make a perfect meal. It's more about assembling everything than about cooking. While you boil some kipfler potatoes you toss everything into a bowl, prepare the dressing, and hey presto. Dinner or lunch is ready in under thirty minutes. I have specified kipfler potatoes as ...

Lemon Meringue Tarts

I've been on a mission to use up those random ingredients I sometimes buy then forget about. These hall of fame lemon meringue tarts were served up recently to use up the two jars of lemon curd I had somehow ended up with. Teamed with my simple shortcrust pastry and a basic meringue topping, they ...


Spinach Cob Dip

  This spinach cob dip is one of those party dishes that whenever people see it they will inevitably say two things: firstly that they haven't seen it in years, and after a taste, how good it is. A little while later you will hear someone saying how more-ish it is... Β Not to mention that ...


Roast Duck & Caramelised Onion Ravioli

Yes, this looks like a LONG recipe. There are a few steps involved but there are also some short cuts, and the length of instructions is the result of my trying to make it as easy and clear as I possibly can. Set aside a day so you're not rushed, and with some patience and ...


Orange & Almond Cake

While the recipe for this super moist and more-ish orange and almond cake needs a tiny bit of planning ahead in that you need to boil the oranges for a couple of hours, it's actually one of the easiest cakes to make. And one of the most delicious. Ingredients: 2 oranges 250 g caster sugar ...

Banana & Raspberry Bread

Β This was one of the very first recipes to be shared on my original cooking blog, and is still one of the most popular. So popular in fact that I was recently asked to talk to my sons kindergarten class about banana bread for their healthy food week. I took some of this along and ...


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