Monthly Archive: September 2011

Sep 29

Help!! There isn’t any food in the house!

What to do in the event that your pantry only has a can of tuna and your fridge has a leftover bowl of potatoes. You improvise and draw on past experienes, then get down to it. Got this brilliant idea when I was in the South Pacific island of Vanuatu.

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Sep 28

Lemon & Blueberry Muffins

    These lemon scented, purple spotted muffins are sure to be a hit at your next picnic or child’s birthday party. Dress it up with cream, or a simple dusting of powdered sugar, and these babies are ready to go! Today saw me sitting in front of my laptop for pretty much the entire …

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Sep 27

A taste of the South : Buttermilk Biscuits

As I have mentioned in an earlier post, I bake goodies for the weekly Tuesday meeting at R’s office. This week I was told that one of their staff members would be leaving, and this Tuesday would be her last. So on occasions like this I usually give the opportunity for that person to make …

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Sep 27

Dark Cherry Cheesecake

    Every week, on Tuesday, I make afternoon treats for R’s office meeting. This started out as a project for me to keep busy while I transition into a life of being “jobless” for the first time in my life since leaving high school. At the office there are about 30 staff members and …

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Sep 26

Chicken Pot Pies à la Nigella

    Sitting at home, mindlessly trolling through an endless stream of youtube posts looking for food inspirations, I came across a Nigella Lawson episode of express meals in minutes. What struck me about this recipe was the ease of how it was all put together, with minimal mess to clean up after. PERFECT! Coz if …

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Sep 26

Cooking the French Way

In June I was in Paris for my birthday and R signed me up for a French cooking class. I spent the day shopping for ingredients, then cooking up a 3-course meal. A wonderful time spent at La Cuisine Paris cooking school.

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Sep 25

Strawberry Jam Drop Surprise.

    I first started baking muffins and cupcakes when I was living in Melbourne. Before that I never baked a thing because I was convinced I was hopeless and had no talent for the science. Everything I touched either came out deflated, overcooked (burnt) or under done. I hung up my oven mitts very …

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Sep 25

Welcome to my new blog!

Hi and welcome to my blog. Please be pateint with me while I get things organised, looking how I want and start writing articles about favourite food flurries I happen to make! flur·ry [flur-ee, fluhr-ee] Show IPA noun, plural -ries, verb, -ried, -ry·ing. noun 1. a light, brief shower of snow. 2. sudden commotion, excitement, …

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