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honey snaps

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 – […]

pickled carrots

Pickled Carrots

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 […]

Cabbage Rolls

Aunty Myrna’s Cabbage Rolls

Monday Morning Cooking Club: Recipes from the old world 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, […]

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Tuna Tagine

Monday Morning Cooking Club showcases Zoe and Adam Milgrom This is a wonderful recipe from Zoe and Adam, a young couple from Melbourne who really know their food. The are featured in The Feast Goes On where they share a delightful and unique red cabbage slaw which (we have no doubt!) will grace many tables in the coming […]

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Brisket and Potato Cake – Our Seder

Our Traditional Passover Meal:  Paula’s Calf Brisket and Ulnyik One of the most important parts of the Monday Morning Cooking Club project is the preservation of recipes. To preserve those recipes from the older generation for ours. And to preserve ours for the next. And so on. I grew up in Melbourne, a Jewish Australian with pure […]

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Jam Doughnuts

I just love sugary jam doughnuts. It has been a long love affair, and still continues to this day. What a joy it is to now be able to make them for my own family at home, usually only once a year on Chanukah. And are mine as good as the ones from that old […]

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Cholent

Every Jewish community around the world has its own version of Cholent. It’s the perfect slow cooked meal for the Sabbath, a hearty mix of meat, marrow, barley and beans prepared before the start of the Sabbath. This is my family’s cholent, one that reminds me of my family and long, slow Saturday lunches. I […]