24 April, 2017
How was the original Anzac biscuit made? The biscuit, that is, not the soldier!
15 April, 2017
26 February, 2017
Potent, irresistible and ever so smooth. You might think I’m talking about one of the world’s legendary womanisers, and why not? Indeed, the 18th century Casanova had a penchant for chocolate. Apparently he consumed gallons of the liquid stuff and is alleged to have served it in much the same way that today’s playboys hand … Continue reading
22 February, 2017
“The words, Rogers! The words!” The news editor’s voice boomed across the wide open plan office. He stood up and ambled down the line of desks in the centre of the room, banging loudly on each desk with a rolled-up newspaper. A couple of the cadets sitting in front of me jumped nervously. George Williams … Continue reading
I’ve come to talk to Carol SelvaRajah about her recently released food memoir, Dining with Dragons. SelvaRajah grew up surrounded by Nyonya cooking at her childhood home in Klang, Malaysia, and is an expert in this unique and elaborate cuisine. As I approach her home, a fragrant nutty smell beckons me inside and up the stairs. When … Continue reading