Tag Archives: Country Cooking

Ginger Slice

This is one of Nana’s little handwritten recipes. Her writing is beautiful, but sometimes hard to read. This is the type of recipe that turns up so often in Nana’s notes. With incredibly simple instructions. So straight forward that they … Continue reading

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Passionfruit Crunchies

  Passionfruit Crunchies. This is a bit of a misnomer. This came from a newspaper cut out pasted into one of Nana’s books. I had imagined something well…crunchy. And yet these are not remotely crunchy. Instead, they are melt in … Continue reading

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Baked Apricots

Well hello there 2016. I’m just emerging from a paradise of good food, good wine, good travel and really great company. The extended festive season was incredibly festive this time around and it’s sad to see it end. Over the … Continue reading

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Zucchini-Carrot Yoghurt Cake

There is always a period of apprehension after putting a cake in the oven.  Will it work?  Should the mixture have been that thick?  Should I have measured the ingredients more carefully?  Why didn’t I bother sifting the flour?!  These … Continue reading

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