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Lighten the load without lightening the flavour with a classic French Vinaigrette
Challah stuffed with dried apples gives a little twist to a traditional round loaf.
A recipe from a grandmother long missed. Potato Ulnyik for #LetsLunch.
The MMCC girls take a road trip in search of Lebanese delicacies, with great success.
We thought that Mothers’ Day was the perfect day to share this unique video – Merelyn’s mother’s Custard Chiffon Cake.
A Story and a BBQ Salmon Recipe, inspired by Greg Malouf and Food Safari This is the salmon recipe of all salmon recipes. It is my current absolute favourite salmon dish, and my family has eaten it non-stop for the past (almost) couple of years. When we first started the Monday Morning Cooking Club, and […]
Natanya’s Ricotta Cheese Noodle Pudding (aka Lokshen Kugel)…a Tale of Two Nanas…
Making pastry is good for the soul, so it’s a shame to throw away the cut offs. Put them to great use with this guide to making quick rugelach.
In order to meet the #LetsLunch direction of ‘Fusion’, I wanted to pair my mum’s succulent, fall-off-the-bone, rich, sticky and very Jewish brisket with a rich Chinese-style sauce…
It’s hard to believe it is already this time of the year! I quite like it when both Easter and Passover occur simultaneously – doesn’t happen that often but when it does it really highlights the cultural diversity in Australia.
An Asian-inspired snapper recipe, perfect to celebrate Chinese new year.
- Course Mains
Book spotted in Chef’s Warehouse in the most esteemed company.
#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 […]
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 […]
Food and Music: Let’s Go Hawaiian! If you had to choose one dish, and a song to go with it, what would you choose? I immediately start thinking ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ – maybe ‘Tradition’, a song that brings with it so many memories of not just the musical itself and all the beautiful songs (which […]