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  • Cookies
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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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  • Cookies
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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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  • Macarons
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  • January 28, 2013

My baking is so easily influence by what I have been watching or reading. I am not sure if anyone else get this impulse, but sometimes I am glad because it means new exciting flavours for baking. One of Britain most popular chefs, Heston Blumenthal, influenced these macarons. I first heard of him from the…

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  • No bake Dessert
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  • January 24, 2013

What does you country do to celebrates it national day? In Australia, I think we are happy at the fact Australia day is another reason to take a day off (we love our days off here in Australia). Any holiday in Australia has to have a day off, I think it is the people’s right…

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  • Macarons
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  • January 8, 2013

Most things in the kitchen require tweaking and testing in order to get it to perfection. Nobody is perfect in life and in the kitchen. I do not think the Australian’s who developed pavlova or the French who developed choux pastry had a clear idea of what their finished product would turn out like. Changing…

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  • Bread
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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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  • Cake
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  • December 25, 2012

I hope you all had a great day of festive family time. While the main celebration was Christmas, it was also my dad birthday. Today was special Some may consider it unfortunate due to the pawning off of gifts as double duty presents, but he has never complained of that. Actually to think of it…

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  • Drop cookies
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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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  • Macarons
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  • December 21, 2012

I think there are more flavors in macrons than flavors of ice cream. Think about it. Candy cane macarons, chilli macarons; can you believe there is one that has the flavor of hamburger. If you know what Vegemite is then yes, there is a macaron for that too One can only think how they got…

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  • No bake Dessert
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  • December 20, 2012

You would think that making truffles are a joyful, pleasant experience. The process of making truffles should allow one to indulge in the repetitive activity to calm the senses during this time of year. Unfortunately, my first experience with truffles, did not come with calming feelings but lot of frustration because of these tiny balls…