Banh Mi

Banh Mi

Search for: Banh Mi I’ll never forget the first time I bought a banh mi (pronounced BUN-mee) from Vinata’s in Cabramatta.  So many ingredients (bbq pork, luncheon meat, chicken liver pate, mayonnaise, pickled veggies, coriander stalks and Vu’s secret...
Loukie’s Gravlax

Loukie’s Gravlax

Loukie’s Gravlax This recipe is from Loukie Werle’s charming book, The Valley, a collection of much-loved family recipes.”Not a Christmas goes by without a call from my daughter, ‘Mum, can you bring the gravlax?’ she writes.”It has...
Banh Xeo (Vietnamese Crispy Rice Cake)

Banh Xeo (Vietnamese Crispy Rice Cake)

Banh Xeo (Vietnamese crispy rice flour pancake) These crisp savoury rice flour pancakes are very popular in Vietnam and are generally eaten as a snack.  Some versions are made with coconut milk. This one is both delicious and simple to prepare. The pork is optional...
Sorbetto di Limone

Sorbetto di Limone

About Sheridan Books Media Cooking Classes Recipes Journal Testimonials Contact Search for: Search for: Sorbetto di Limoni The recipe for this lemon sorbet is from Lonely Planet’s Italy From The Source by Susan Wright. “Eaten as a digestif or palate...
Lumberjack Cake

Lumberjack Cake

Search for: Lumberjack Cake I came across this fabulous cake a few years ago in Bundanoon, Southern Highlands, NSW, but sadly couldn’t find any of the cafes serving it on my recent visit. It’s delicious served at room temperature with tea or coffee but...
Moroccan Tangia Marrakeshia

Moroccan Tangia Marrakeshia

Moroccan Tangia Marrakeshia Tangia, not tagine! I must admit to being confused when I first heard of this famous slow-cooked Marrakech dish which is prepared in a clay pot called a tangia.  And I was lucky to be introduced to Mohamed Soudani who was sitting outside a...