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I always wanted to try making a pate / dip from kippers, which are my favourite breakfast food. So here is my recipe: As with most recipes you can “juggle” the ingredients a little. If you want is to have … Continue reading
In March 2014 we were fortunate to get away for six months and visit Malaysia, China, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand. The whole story of this trip with photos and videos of the countries, cities and places we visited along with … Continue reading
Hello This is Kim from Little Hanoi Hostel On Chicken Street I love Jewels Stained glass Dessert and I am going to make it and I will send you the picture. Love Kim
A favourite entree at one of our restaurants “Olivers Eating House” was English style pork pie: Great to make for dinner parties, lunches or just to “pig out” on or impress friends. It is a little labour intensive but take … Continue reading
Jewel’s Stained Glass dessert is always a great hit at parties and BBQs. It looks impressive and draws lots of “Oohs and Ahhs” It is simple to make, just follow the instructions. After you master the technique try altering the … Continue reading
Tasmania has attained a very high reputation for the quality of its fresh produce. Known for decades as “the Apple Isle” is an indication that it produces fruit for the world. But today Tasmania is home to not only large … Continue reading
Roast lamb is a favourite with most people especially in Australia. So we decided to add a Moroccan touch to this one. It went really well with “our” version of Moroccan vegetables, we also added cous cous with peas as a … Continue reading
As with kidneys, liver is a much maligned item when it comes to choosing cuts of meat. This is a favourite winter time dish Continue reading
Following our “full on” week at Thaifex we said farewell to the rest of our contingent as they were heading home and on the Monday morning caught the train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai. We had arranged with a wonderful … Continue reading