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Home made beeswax wraps are reusable and environmentally friendly alternatives to cling wrap.

I have been wanting to make beeswax wraps for a while now. It has been a little inspiring just how much the Germans recycle here. My jumbo roll I got years ago in Sydney for a move (yes to wrap my couch) was still getting used up. So much plastic already…
Home-made Beeswax Wraps
Home-made Beeswax Wraps
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Heat got you down? A refreshing, naturally sweet and thick strawberry milk.

Strawberry milk was always a something I had a strong aversion to as a child. Which was strange because I have always enjoyed strawberries and almost everything strawberry related. Most strawberry milk sold in the canteen or the shops had that truly…
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Looking for something to make with the kids? A simple, sweet recipe for coconut ice is all you need.

Coconut ice reminds me so much of my early school years. We would have fair days where everyone would bring a plate of food to share with all of the students. Naturally time poor mothers (most of them really!) were looking for simple fare to shove in the…
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This choc hazelnut spread is dairy free, full of nuts, good oils, dutch cocoa & honey. A guilt free tasty treat!

This version of  Not Quite Nutella Choc Hazelnut Spread is something we all need in our lives. Dairy free and free from unhealthy sugars. It will be all the rage at your house, especially if you do not allow the commercial stuff in your house. I can only…
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Its Lamington day Australia. This true blue fave is so good it has its own day. Get a little square of chocolate coconut goodness into you!

How Australian are Lamingtons? If you ask any dinky-di Australian they will tell you straight. Lamingtons are true blue Aussie mate! Surprisingly, there is some conjecture as to whether the tasty coconut covered cake originated in New Zealand or in…
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Tall towering pieces of marbled poppy-seeded marvel. Interested? Check out this easy to make version.

Its time I tacked a marble cake. I have always been interested in making one and though the typical chocolate vanilla one appealed to me, poppy seeds were my little project this week. So marmorierter mohnkuchen – which is German for marbled poppy-seed…
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Craving poppy seeds? Mohnzopf is for you! Half cake half bread with a twisted delicious middle.

A mohnzopf braid is a treat that has long been cooked by oma’s all over Northern Europe (that is Grandma to you and me!). The dough is a mixture of shortcrust and yeasted dough which is then smothered in a sweet ground poppy seed concoction. It is then…
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Chocolate bundt cake is like a warm hug on a bad day. You know one of those rubbish days where you the housework doesn’t get done (and desperately needs to) and you were just having a wreck of a day for no particular reason? All you need is a cuddle. For…
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Pumpkin Spelt Bread with Cultured Tarragon Butter warm out of the oven. Divine!

Pumpkin spelt bread with cultured tarragon butter is tasty and fortunately very forgiving. Twice now I have missed a step and added it the day after without serious effects. That and it does not require any kneading. Would you believe it was exactly the…
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Irish soda bread is a cheeky little dish. Eggs? No. Butter?  No. Irish soda bread is whipped up in 20 minutes using the most basic of fridge and pantry staples. How did I not know about this sooner?  Irish soda breads technique of using baking soda and…
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