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No Bake Baking and Sesame Snaps

London in the summer is not the hottest place on Earth – the many Australians I run into around here mock us for finding it a bit muggy!  374 more words


Review of "A Mouthful of Stars" in today's Boston Globe

Charm.  It’s an elusive quality in cookbooks – and when it works, it’s a heady combination of good storytelling, intriguing recipes, and great book design. 257 more words

T. Susan Chang

The Little Book of Chocolat by Joanne Harris

A mouth-watering collection of indulgent chocolate recipes to celebrate the best selling novel Chocolat.
Joanne Harris is the author of Chocolat (made into an Oscar-nominated film in 2000, with Juliette Binoche and Johnny Depp) and her Chocolat trilogy has tantalised readers with its sensuous descriptions of chocolate since it was published. 425 more words

Cookbook Reviews

Cookbook Review: Cheesecake by Hannah Miles

I’ve recently gone on a bit of a cookbook spree and added a good few to the admittedly poor selection I had at home. So look out for more cookbook reviews and recipes coming to my blog very soon… But for now I thought I’d kick off with  1,116 more words


Australian Women's Weekly High Tea

It’s no surprise you would put on the most elaborate high tea if you followed this book. There are recipes for sandwiches, cones, pastries, morsels, little cakes and big cakes. 117 more words

Cookbook Reviews

Giveaway: Muy Bueno

One of the things I’ve noticed about the World Cup is that this year, it’s really brought into question people’s views on immigration – and for some reason, the American team in particular seems to be a lightening rod.  491 more words


Cookbook Review - VB6

Ah Mark Bittman, why don’t I like your recipes more?

I like Mark Bittman.  I like his approach to cooking and eating and I like what he has to say about food.   559 more words