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Embed from Getty Images Date night. It used to mean theatres, jazz clubs, bars and walking through town together. Now that we have two wee people and no obligated babysitters it now means a take-away in front of the TV after the kids are in bed. On the rare occasion that we do actually get […]

ANZAC Biscuits

These iconic biscuits from Australia and New Zealand were made by army wives to send to their troops during the second world war as they travelled well and the ingredients did not spoil so easily. As such they are named ANZAC Biscuits (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps). They are associated Downunder with ANZAC Day […]

Perfect Banana Cake

Perfect Banana Cake From Kersti.com | Desserts | English and Irish Print Dig-in Someone on Twitter was asking for a Banana Bread recipe, so I thought I would share my favourite which is R1409 from the NMAA Cooks Red Book (Aussies will know the one I’m talking about!) Total 00:45 Prep 00:15 Cook 00:30 cal […]

Lemon Slice

This easy to make no-bake slice is perfect for afternoon tea on a bright spring day. Please note: I use a 20ml tablespoon and 250ml measuring cup for all of my recipes. If you are using a 15ml tablespoon, you will need to use 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon of lemon juice in the base […]

Kaiserschmarrn

On a recent trip to Munich I sampled this traditional Bavarian dish. It’s essentially a smashed up pancake served with stewed apple and it’s very quick and easy to make. The name isn’t really translatable – Kaiser we know as Emperor, but Schmarrn means something like nonsense, or mishmash or rubbish. The story goes that […]

Pork & Garlic Chives Dumplings

I can across this delicious sounding recipe for Pork and Garlic Chive Dumplings on the food blog A Table For Two and I’ve putting into my must do list! Just thought I’d share…. Ingredients (makes 30 dumplings) 500 gram pork mince 1 bunch garlic chives (chopped) 3 cloves garlic (chopped) 1 packet of dumpling skin […]

Weight Watchers Recipe Cards

This site has been around for a LONG time, but it’s still a great one to revisit. The comments that go with the 1974 recipe cards are classic, but do read through them all – there’s some references to others that make them even funnier. CandyBoots WW Recipe Cards

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