Classic Quiche Lorraine

Classic Quiche Lorraine

Classic Quiche Lorraine Remember when real men didn’t eat quiche? That was back in the 1980s when American humorist Bruce Feirstien published his tongue-in-cheek book satirising stereotypes of masculinity. An Australian adaptation by Alex Buzo was published...
Easy Peasy Scones

Easy Peasy Scones

Easy Peasy Scones Whip up a batch of these lovely light scones for Mother’s Day tomorrow – delicious just served with butter, or with whipped cream and raspberry jam. For soft scones, wrap in a clean tea towel for ten minutes as soon as they come out of...
Anzac Paddle Pops

Anzac Paddle Pops

Anzac Paddle Pops Here’s a modern twist on the traditional Anzac biscuit which I’m sure the kids will like – a good one to make at home with them tomorrow or on Anzac Day.  It’s from my Ebook,  A Sweet Little Book, which won a Gold Award in...
Passionfruit Coconut Slice

Passionfruit Coconut Slice

Passionfruit Coconut Slice In need of some comfort food at the end of this week of bleak news? This luscious slice is just the thing to lift the spirits, delight the family and occupy the kids. Get them to crack the eggs and press the pastry into the tin. View...
Rose Friands

Rose Friands

Rose Friands These lovely moist little cakes, similar to the French financier, are very popular and perfect for morning or afternoon tea. In French friand can also refer to qui est gourmand (a person with refined taste in food – an epicurean).    If you...