Book spotted in Chef’s Warehouse in the most esteemed company.
We are PROUD! At the WIZO NSW AGM last week, each of the six of us was awarded the 2012 Denny Govendir Award for ‘spirit, enthusiasm, vision and active participation in WIZO’ which has made us ‘an inspiration and role model’. SO cool! So far, we have helped WIZO raise well over $200,000 across the […]
BIG NEWS!! This Saturday we will be cooking up a storm at WESTFIELD BONDI (Norton St. grocer area) at 11 a.m. Lisa, Merelyn and Natanya will be sharing some favourite recipes, all suitable for Passover (but enjoyable at any time).
Top 5 Entries for the best Hamantashen filling: Winner: Paul Gordon ‘Speculoos’: This was voted by us as our favourite filling. We loved it because it was different in texture and taste to any others we have tried over many years of eating hamantashen. We all agreed that the biscuits would also make a wonderful […]
Lisa’s nephew Michael made it to the Grand Finale cook-off, which is being held right now in Melbourne. Thanks to everyone who voted for him! Go Michael!!!
We are pretty chuffed to be one of Nicole Kidman’s favourite things for February! http://nicolekidmanofficial.com/blog/february-favorite-things/
#LetsLunch is going GREEN this month. Green, to me, shouts cucumber and lettuce, granny smith apples and limes, but my all time favourite green food is WITHOUT A DOUBT…the AVOCADO. I think it is the most sublime fruit that there is! So I’m going to share the simplest, easiest and greenest recipe I have. I […]
The Jewish Festival of Purim falls on Thursday 8th March. Hamantashen is the name for the sweet three-cornered filled pastry served at Purim, representing the ears of Haman, the villain of this festival. SO, HERE’S HOW OUR FANTASTIC COMPETITION WILL WORK: 1. PRIZE FOR THE BEST HAMANTASHEN FILLING: A copy of ‘Monday Morning Cooking Club […]
Question: Hi…loving your book!! I would like to know where you get your farm cheese for the Hungarian Cheesecake? Thanks for all your wonderful recipes; I’m from a Jewish family from Philadelphia and have been in Sydney for the last 42 years. There are many dishes I recognise and remember and am having fun making […]
Thanks for purchasing our book – we hope you love it as much as we do! If there is anything at all in the book that is not clear to you, or if you have any question whatsoever about our recipes, please email Lisa at [email protected] or find us on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/MondayMorningCookingClub and post […]
The #LetsLunch post for this month, October, is ‘High Tea’ …and how we love high tea in our house. We are on holidays (vacation!) this week – school is out and we are having a break at the beach with our teenage kids. So what better time than to whip up something DE-LICIOUS for afternoon […]
The theme for this month’s #LetsLunch bunch cookup is “Cold entree” which, translated into Australian means a main course that is served at room temperature, usually in the hot summer months. Right? Righto. SO what to do this time? Since it is the middle of winter here at the moment it is hard to be […]
Media Coverage Sydney Morning Herald Good Living 16 December 2008 – 2 page feature article Australian Jewish News, November 2010, 5 page feature article Delicious Magazine April 2011 Sydney Morning Herald, 29 March 2011, Front Cover picture and feature article in Good Living ‘The book of love’ Australian Jewish News, 4 March 2011, feature article […]
I am so chuffed to be part of a great twitter bunch called the ‘Lets Lunch bunch’ – a group from all over the world (started by Cheryl Tan, author of “Tiger in the kitchen” , a delectable and beautiful food memoir that I am reading/can’t put down at the moment, and have sadly had […]
Since the radio interview yesterday, everyone has been emailing and asking…and the issue of matzoh ball recipes has come up again. We found it so hard when collecting the recipes for the book to find the “best” matzoh ball recipe. Everyone has their own, and everyone’s is often the best for themselves and their own […]
Everyone’s asking about charoset! Let’s try and find ‘the best’ charoset recipe. Perhaps there really is no ‘best’, everyone just loves the one they have grown up eating. For those who have never heard of it, charoset is a dish eaten at passover to symbolize the mortar in the bricks that were used by the […]