Ferran Adria cooking demo

I ‘ve just returned from the most extraordinary cooking demonstration – probably the most mind-boggling of my life! Given by two Spanish three-Michelin-star chefs at the Adelaide Hilton during Tasting Australia (a bi-annual international foodie event), it opened my mind not just to the ways in which dishes evolve but also to a number of … Continue reading

Ginger Refrigerator Cookies

These have a lovely gingery flavour and the beauty of this recipe is that the dough can be kept in the refrigerator for up to two weeks and slices taken when you need fresh biscuits.

Anzac Biscuits

Are Anzac biscuits unique to Australia? How will we ever know? But along with pavlova and lamingtons, we lay claim to them, even they are based on borrowed ideas.

French Onion Soup

A delicious moist cake. Nuts are an essential pantry item. Once opened, store them in the fridge as they will last longer and remain fresher.

Apple Charlotte

A good old-fashioned pudding, excellent served with a frothy crème anglaise’ flavoured with a little Calvados.

Stir-Fried Choy Sum with Sugar Snaps

A colourfuly crunchy dish offset by the soft texture of the tofu. Choy sum is one of the most popular vegetables in China – the flowering shoots are tender and sweet and the main stems full of flavour. Great for vegetaraians.

Armenian Nut Cake

A delicious moist cake. Nuts are an essential pantry item. Once opened, store them in the fridge as they will last longer and remain fresher.
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