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Archive for July, 2011

Christmas in July

I don’t want to be a whinging Pom, but the the thing that took the longest to get used to when I moved from Manchester to Sydney was celebrating Christmas in the sun.  Everything I associate with Christmas revolves around it being cold and dark.  Christmas is about late night shopping in the dark  streets […]

South East Asian Food

A new cook book landed on my doorstep this week, and as I was thinking about new posts for this site I thought it was time to review another cook book, actually when I say another, I just mean a cook book other than a Jamie book. South East Asian Food by Rosemary Brissenden has […]

Cook Book Club: Maggie’s Kitchen

It’s cook book club time again. After the success of May’s cook book club lunch I just had to give it another go.  This month it’s Maggie’s Kitchen.  For those of you who don’t know, Maggie Beer is a bit of an Australian institution; I guess you could call her the Aussie Delia Smith.  I […]

Charcutepalooza #7 The one I didn’t want to do…

We’re more than half way through the year of meat now, and I knew that sooner or later there would be a challenge I didn’t want to do and this one was it. This month the challenge was blending; blending a sausage that is, or emulsifying if you want to be all cheffy.  So for […]

Paperchef #59 Quail, Cabbage and Lime

Through the power of the Twitterverse I stumbled across another food blogging challenge that caught my attention. Paper Chef is a monthly competition, that happens the first full weekend of every month. The idea is this: 3 ingredients are randomly selected from a list of ingredients on the paper chef website, a theme is assigned, […]


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