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Sally Boyle
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Chocolate, coffee, and hazelnut chiffon cake
Chocolate, coffee, and hazelnut, definitely a flavour combination you should try. I made this chiffon cake for my son's birthday, I wasn't planning to post to it, but after many requests, here it is. It's a slightly tweaked, more flavourful version of the n...
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easy no churn lemon curd ice cream sandwich cookies
Home made ice cream, it's awesome, the very best. Ice cream makers, though, I've killed two. Not the fancy counter top variety, but the kind where the chiller bowl lives in the freezer, inevitably ejected for space, neglected, later exploding in the Sydney ...
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strawberry and cream chiffon cake
Madness. Australian strawberry farmers have been devastated recently by an appalling act of sabotage, recklessly compounded by numerous copycats. It made me furious and so sad for the farmers, images of mountains of berries dumped by the truckload. Farmers ...
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boysenberry and hazelnut friands
Friands, they're awesome you should bake them, feel free to skip to the recipe below tout de suite! I'm having a nineties moment. Like many Australians a couple of decades ago, I was obsessed with friands, scouring cookbooks and food mags for a recipe. Ther...
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blood orange, walnut and browned butter madeleines
After being blown away by the intense flavour of the hazelnuts I bought directly from the grower in Tasmania, I set out to try and find some equally fresh walnuts here in Sydney. A local fruit and vegetable store had a big sack of walnuts in their shells, I...
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strawberry and apple breakfast panna cotta
It's winter in Sydney, but feeling like spring, heck yesterday felt like summer! Early spring mornings are my favourite, just warm enough, without summer's humidity, and perfect for lazy brunches. So, with languid weekend brunches in mind, here's my recipe ...
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chicken and mushroom potstikcers
Potstickers. Quite possibly the best snack. Ever.  In our house we've made them a meal, one giant bowl of chilli spiked, crisp bottomed deliciousness. I always make loads, planning to virtuously freeze half, ready to whip out at a later date, smug smile on ...
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cinnamon and orange sticky date pudding
It's really kinda chilly in Sydney right now, finally winter, and definitely pudding weather.  Last year I partnered with  Williams Sonoma Australia  to create a recipe for one of their  Nordic Ware  bundt tins, after many, many rounds of testing this is it...
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overnight cinnamon rolls for Christmas morning
A few years ago I started a new tradition; fresh baked cinnamon scrolls, oven warm, enjoyed in the lull after the presents on Christmas morning. It might seem crazy to add extra baking to an already busy time, but these are made ahead and need only be baked...
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cherry and pistachio bakewell tart
I had big plans for Christmas in July this year, they didn't happen, but this pistachio and cherry Bakewell tart did.  When I was as kid in the UK, I loved Mr Kipling's cherry bakewells, with their thick layer of white icing and sticky glacé cherry. I'm hop...
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