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  • February 9, 2013

I have a question for you readers. Where do you store your Peanut butter or alike spreads? Yes, this is a serious question. Do you keep it in the fridge or in the pantry? Do you follow the directions on the label, which tell you to place in refrigeration after use? Do you place it…

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  • February 6, 2013

Of all my favourite meal times of the day afternoon tea has to be my absolute favourite, followed closely behind by late night snack (or snacks). It is not just a break from daily grind of life and a chance to recharge with a cup of coffee or tea, but it allows for me time….

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  • January 18, 2013

I really think everyone can relate to this. Do you go through phases of being able to cook or eat one ingredient for weeks on end? If you do use other food stuffs in meal that one ingredient has to be included in that recipe? Sort of like the picky toddler syndrome when they choose…

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  • January 10, 2013

For you readers in the Northern hemisphere, you are probably in the middle of you winter wonderland. Totally jealous right now, not just because I have a higher than normal body temperature, but mother nature’s kids are playing the thermostat . Right now in Australia, we are in summer. Not just any summer, I think…

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  • December 23, 2012

Failures in life and in the kitchen. They happen to all of us. Yes, I have baked bread that fell upon opening the oven and burnt the life out of nuts or caramel when on the stove. To get my macarons looking as they do now came from year of practice and digging for a…

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  • December 14, 2012

Who remembers the great banana famine of 2011?For those who are unaware, Cyclone Yasi hit Queensland wiping out a majority of banana production for the country. This shock in the banana production sent prices of bananas into the $15 per kilo mark, almost on par with fresh berries and exotic fruit. Who could ever image…