Years ago, long before our supermarket chillers were packed with processed dips and at a time when my favourite cookbooks were Moosewood and The Enchanted Broccoli Forest, I started a love affair with hummus.
Many families dedicate a night each week to burgers and not the kind you pick up from a fast food joint but a genuine quality hamburger, made at home.
Ginger crunch is one of those slices that we have all heard of, probably made and yet not truly appreciated its thin crunchy, snappy base and tangy topping and where it came from in the first place.
I will remember the food of 2012 by two things, pulled pork in sliders and salted caramel (in many forms). While I made salted caramel in vast quantities it took until the early days of 2013 to make pulled pork. Pulled pork … Read more
Christmas and pavlova are an essential combination. On a hot Christmas Day one could be forgiven for forgetting to steam the fruit pudding but you just cannot ignore the luxurious pavlova, with its sweet crunchy meringue crust, marshmallow like centre, topped … Read more
Sally Cameron A sculptured perfect tower of golden textured cake, dripping with strawberry conserve and oozing cream through the centre of two soft layers sandwiched together. A fleck or two of icing sugar and the cake is inviting prey for … Read more