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Tag Archives: Biscuits
More Old Fashioned Baking. Inspired By The Edmonds Cookbook. Ginger Crunch.
It seems like an age since I made Ginger Crunch. Another old-fashioned childhood slice, reminiscent of cake stalls, school fetes and fund raising drives. Utterly addictive, this very simple slice combines a short, crisp and crunchy (almost shattering) biscuit base … Continue reading
Posted in Baked, Sweet Treats, What I Love to Cook Tagged Afternoon Tea, Biscuits, Food, Ginger, Made From Scratch, New Zealand, Old-Fashioned, Shortbread, Slices 3 Comments
Lest We Forget. Honouring Our Traditions. Little Anzac Ripple Cakes.
Saturday marks the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign in World War I. A bloody eight month campaign which commenced on April 25, 1915 with the landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey. Through … Continue reading
Posted in Baked, What I Love to Cook Tagged Afternoon Tea, ANZAC Day, Australia, Biscuits, Chocolate, Coconut, Dessert, Ganache, Golden Syrup, Oats, Ripple Cake 6 Comments
Lovely And Light. Savoiardi. Italian Sponge Finger Biscuits.
Light and airy savoiardi have long been a personal favourite of mine. Dating way back to the fourteenth century, this Piedmontese speciality was invented when the Duke of Savoy, Amedeo VI, asked his pastry chef to create something delicate and … Continue reading
Posted in Baked, Sweet Treats, What I Love to Cook Tagged Biscuits, Eggs, Flour, Italian, Lady Fingers, Orange Zest, Savoiardi, Sponge Fingers, Sugar, Vanilla 6 Comments
Melting Moment Makeover. Filled With A Blood Orange And Cointreau Buttercream.
Every so often I google food trends to discover what’s hip and happening across the globe. Sometimes out of pure curiosity, occasionally for inspiration. There’s the wild and whacky suggestions make me laugh out loud, and every now and then … Continue reading
Posted in Baked, Sweet Treats, What I Love to Cook Tagged Afternoon Tea, Australia, Baking, Biscuits, Blood Orange, Buttercream, Cointreau, Shortbread Comments Off on Melting Moment Makeover. Filled With A Blood Orange And Cointreau Buttercream.
A Trio Of Italian Biscuits. A New Favourite. Rosa’s Shortbread.
This weekend my daughters are visiting their grandparents interstate.Tucked into their luggage will be a box of hone baked treats. A trio of Italian biscuits. Sweet but tart Sour Cherry Amaretti (my father’s favourite), caramelised nutty nuggets of Brutti Ma … Continue reading
Posted in Baked, Sweet Treats, What I Love to Cook Tagged Almond, Baking, Biscuits, Butter, Italian, Shortbread, Vanilla 5 Comments
Lest We Forget. April 25th. A Day Of Commemoration. ANZAC Day Granola.
By the time you read this we will have returned from the 4.30 am Dawn Service at the Centopath in Martin Place, Sydney, and dropped in for a fortifying espresso at the Coluzzi Bar in Darlinghurst before heading home for a … Continue reading
Posted in Baked, Breakfast, What I Love to Cook Tagged Almonds, ANZAC Day, Australia, Baking, Biscuits, Breakfast, Coconut, Golden Syrup, Granola, Oats 7 Comments
For The Weekend. Short And Sweet. Jam Shortbread Tarts.
I’ve always loved the simple combination of rich, buttery, crumbly shortbread and jam. We are lucky enough to always have a steady supply of home made jam in our pantry. The fruit plucked from the trees in my father’s garden … Continue reading
Posted in Baked, What I Love to Cook Tagged Afternoon Tea, Baking, Biscuits, Jam, Shortbread, Tarts 6 Comments