Tag Archives: Family

Cornflake Meringues

One of the things I love about Nana’s books is flicking through and finding little handwritten recipes from other people. I happened across the following recipe yesterday while flicking through and it came at a perfect time. Mum and I … Continue reading

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Ginger Pud for Pud

It’s been a bit quiet on here lately. I’ve been putting off writing this post for months, initially thinking about what to say and then life happened. When it comes down to it though, nothing I can say can do … Continue reading

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Muesli Slice

I have a tendency to bake to clear my head. In these moments it is not fiddly, wordy recipes that I crave, but those that with just a few steps and a good dose of stirring. Which is how the … Continue reading

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Chocolate Fruit Slice

Today is Mother’s Day in Australia. ┬áIt’s not a day that has traditionally been given a huge amount of attention in my family. Not because we took our darling mother dearest for granted, but more because she never really bought … Continue reading

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Caramel Walnut Slice

I have had a little less time to devote to testing Nana’s recipes recently. All my free time has been spent at my parents house giving the two new kittens hugs, and watching them chase pipe cleaners and jump at … Continue reading

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Watermelon with Gin

I can’t vouch for the rest of the country, but if you’re in Melbourne or Sydney you could be fooled into thinking it’s still summer. Hopefully if you’re in the northern hemisphere there is a hint of warmer weather coming … Continue reading

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Hair

No, not angel hair pasta, nor hair of the dog. This blog is not about food. It’s about hair, or rather, losing it. Most of us take our hair for granted, with our problems confined to “should I wash it … Continue reading

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