Continuing on my journey into the culinary world, I am still perfecting my technique on classic recipes. Today I am tackling one of Australia / New Zealand’s classic desserts ~ a summer fruit pavlova. Lived in Australia for a full four years and I must admit I have never had a ‘pav’. NEVER. But I live with an Aussie now and he’s been pushing me, for well over 2 weeks, to make one. So here it is.
Monthly Archive: April 2012
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For years I wondered how people put a roast dinner on the table every weekend for that family feast. I had no idea where to start and I always had the impression that doing a roast was one of the most difficult meals ever. But I have now discovered it was simply a case of a lack of confidence. If you follow this recipe, you will also find out how to get a succulent roast lamb on your table, that looks every inch as fantastic as it tastes. Perfect for festive entertaining too!
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Today I am making an ex-flatmate’s favourite … Creme Caramel. He loved this very much and always pestered me to make some when we were living together back in Melbourne. Sadly, I don’t think I ever did. Well here’s me shedding the guilt and dedicating this recipe to J.C back in Melbourne ~ sorry it took so long.
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