This is my first attempt at baking bread! I baked bread!
Alright. Earth to Winola.
I think everyone deserves to be really happy with themselves. I think everyone ought to give themselves opportunities to make themselves proud. 840 more words
Laksa might be a Malaysian dish, but it runs through the veins of most Australians I know.
Creamy, spicy, crunchy, herbaceous, laksa is both comforting and indulgent, and when you get the craving for laksa, nothing else will do. 233 more words
It’s been bitterly cold and wet for the last ten days and my family has well and truly embraced comfort food. Soups, braises, curries, mashed potatoes and to top it all off crisp and flaky home-made sausage rolls. 598 more words
5 days out of the week helpers would be in charge of the opening, set up and running of The Gallic Kitchen café in Abbeyleix. Either Patrick, myself or other helpers over 26 years old with a valid driving licence would take a helper to the shop at or around 10am, they would do a 4 hour shift then there would be a change over and another helper would come in and do the second 4 hour shift, which finished at 6pm. 280 more words
Sausage rolls are one of those typically wonderful British snacks that you would never want to know what it’s made of, let alone make yourself. As a veggie, you are quite limited when it comes to pies and pastries so I decided to make my own version of sausage rolls – using feta, onions and mushrooms as a filling. 317 more words