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  • January 5, 2013

I am sure most of you have little things in your life that when you instantly look at it, brings a little joy to the normal routine. It could be the 5 minutes of peace during the sun raise or sun set, seeing your children’s smiling faces or the stash of candy and chocolate in…

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  • January 1, 2013

The parties are over, the gifts have been given but the celebration head ache is still here. I am sure many of you are nursing yourselves after a glass or two (or pitcher ) of party cocktails and endless amounts of appetizers. I am not as fond of alcohol as most 20 year old maybe…

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  • December 29, 2012

Often the term “obsession” or “obsessed” comes with negative connotations because we always imaged the stereotypes place out by Children’s tales and popular television. While some things are dangerous to be obsessed with, in everyday life I think everyone has one thing, which is constantly on their mind. The first thing they consider when making…

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  • December 28, 2012

I am sure everyone has once in their life past or visited the local Fish and chip store or barque chicken cafe as a solution to hunger when you are too tired to cook anything (yes, even the people who like cooking need a break sometimes). I will admit, on the rare occasion I am…

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  • December 11, 2012

This time I wanted to try something a bit more traditional for the holidays and stuff. Around this time the Jewish community celebrate Hanukkah, so as a toast to their rich heritage, I tried to make bagels.Bagels are not as popular in Australia as in the States, but sometimes as lunch treat I get a…

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  • December 7, 2012

It is no hidden fact, for those who know me well that I love bread. Sourdough, Challah, English Muffins… I turn my nose up at nothing. Recently my experiences with yeast have surpassed the instant commercial packages (lovely, none the less), but ventured into the world of sourdough. I have found it so fascinating that…