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Honey Snap Biscuits

A Honey Biscuit for Rosh Hashanah (or any time of the year) These are the most delightful, simple to make and best of all – easy to eat – honey snap biscuits. Huge thanks to Carolyn Levitt in Perth for sharing her great recipe with us. We hope to put the recipe in our fourth book – […]

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Chocolate & Cherry Challah Pudding

SO, what do you do with leftover challah? We’ve always got leftover challah (or bread, brioche or croissants) and the best use (apart from everyone’s fave French toast) is of course bread and butter pudding. We were inspired by the Morello cherries from all the Hungarian cakes we were testing and excited by the chocolate in […]

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Sweet Potato Pie

This sweet potato pie recipe comes to us from Sharon Goldman of Colorado, USA. We found Sharon through her (very proud) son who heard about our search for the best cooks in the world. It is a wonderful pie – very American and quite unusual for us Aussies. We think it is something that should be […]

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Monday Morning Cooking Club’s Shortbread

The Perfect Shortbread Recipe This recipe appears in The Feast Goes On and comes to us from our own Lauren Fink’s mother Melanie. Another recipe passed down through the generations! It is quick to make, perfect to wrap up as a gift or, actually, keep it all for yourself. The shortbread pictured (in the tin, below) were baked […]

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Natty’s Glazed Honey Chiffon Cake

This light chiffon cake makes a nice change from the more traditional heavier honey cakes. It has become one of my family’s favourite cakes at Rosh Hashanah. If you make the cake ahead of time, leave it inverted in the tin until you are going to ice and eat it.