A traditional Jewish noodle pudding, from the old world: lokshen kugel
Let’s Lunch (#LetsLunch) is a twitter-based virtual lunch club where anyone interested can join this monthly ‘lunch date’. The group was started by NewYorker Cheryl Tan, author of ‘A Tiger in the Kitchen’ , a food memoir of her Singaporean heritage. A topic is posted at the beginning of the month, often by consensus, and all posts are made on the same day by this random but lovely group of food bloggers, writers and people who just love cooking from all around the world.
Anyone can join at any time – just join us on twitter by searching and adding the hashtag #LetsLunch.
A Slow Cooked Favourite In the process of collecting recipes, we are given many that come from grandmothers and aunties and just as many that come from other cookbooks, restaurants, chefs, magazines and so on. We need to research thoroughly to ensure that we give credit where credit is due! This warming casserole was given […]
Nothing beats a golden crisp confit duck leg at your festive season table. Or at any other time!
A Monday Morning Cooking Club Kinda Birthday – Quick, Easy and DELICIOUS In our somewhat hectic household, we love a cake that’s quick to bake and also tastes fabulous. And what could be better than a slab of warm chocolate cake covered with a smooth shiny buttermilk chocolate glaze??? YUM! This cake has an added bonus […]
Potato Cakes (Scallops): A Delicious Hot Golden Crrrrunchy Indulgence from Way Way Back!
Monday Morning Cooking Club and #LetsLunch – Pickle Time! Once every month, I post a recipe as part of the virtual lunch table known as #LetsLunch. Anyone interested can join this monthly ‘lunch date’ at any time. I adore all the posts from the U.S but would really love to see more Aussies be a […]
My food inspiration stems from my Bubba (grandmother) Shendel but it is one of her daughters who inspires me the most. Aunty Myrna, my father’s older sister who passed away in 2004, was a horserace-loving, cigarette smoking, platinum blonde with a heart bigger than any. Polish-born, she immigrated to Melbourne as a young child in […]
Spinach and Three Cheese Coils Once every month, I post a recipe as part of the virtual lunch table known as #LetsLunch. Anyone interested can join this monthly ‘lunch date’ at any time. I adore all the posts from the U.S but would really love to see more Aussies be a part of it! A topic is […]
Let’s Lunch, July 2011 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, […]
Monday Morning Cooking Club: A Winter Tipple We are celebrating the release of Cheryl Tan’s ‘Singapore Noir’, a provocative anthology of writers that capture the distinct neighborhoods and locals of one of Asia’s greatest cities. And our Let’s Lunch theme this month is the title itself: something ‘noir’. I’m taking the easy option. It’s getting cold […]
Monday Morning Cooking Club Revisits an Old Favourite – Slow Roasted Pears This is a fabulous do-ahead and dairy-free dessert: Slow-roasted pears. And I promise you they are the best cooked pears you will ever eat! The recipe comes from my friend Judy who got it from a well known Australian chef Marieke Brugman. Marieke […]
A Recipe with 3 Ingredients? Easy! We are so excited to have just released our new book ‘The Feast Goes On’ in Australia and we are enjoying the feedback of what everyone is cooking from the book. We love it!! It will be released in the U.S.A and the U.K in a few months’ time. This […]
A return to Enid Blyton’s Enchanted Wood and an attempt at making pop cakes….
The Winter olympics are coming and we’re after something Russian, and something warming…Booby’s Hot Borscht!
What’s your Kummerspeck? This ice cream will hit the spot!
- Course: Sweet Things
A perfect festive season centrepiece made with chocolate and roasted almonds