meringue | meringue – The Moonblush Baker

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  • April 23, 2015

The days are longer and the nights colder but the need for food remains the same. The term comfort food is thrown around so often like the L word in relationships, we have almost lost all meaning in the mac and cheese, fried chicken and gravy. Yes these foods are comforting. Who can forget the…

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  • March 23, 2015

There times in life which are life changing. I mean we all have the tendency to exaggerate our life, making simple decision or event seem the be all and end all. Remember the High school aptitude test test you though would make or break your future? Come to think of it I do not even remember the…

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  • June 3, 2014

I am not keen on reality television. Today there are 5 reality shows on the airwaves in Australia with the latest addition sending shivers down my spine. Really? you are gullible enough to believe Prince Harry is that desperate for publicity that he is looking for a wife, via a television show? Gosh, you must…

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  • January 6, 2014

This is my first post in my Festive bakes series! Festive bakes you ask? I told you guys last time that I had a number of big cake projects lined up at the end of the year. This one is the first! Well it is a 4 part series made up of two fondant cakes…

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  • September 30, 2013

I do not deal with pressure well, that is fact. Sometimes I worry over the posts I do for this blog in case they are not good enough, or the pictures look weird, or I have somehow posted something substandard on here. Stupid right? I am not even one of those big bloggers with millions…

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  • March 25, 2013

The typical icebreaker question, “what would you take on a desert island and why?” I cannot remember how many times I have been asked this in order to fill an uncomfortable silence. While to some people this may be a trivial question, I actually think it is quite useful. Often it is changed by adding…