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Vegan Banana Cake With Coconut

Vegan Banana Cake Here is a delicious sweet recipe that utilizes those mature bananas that have outlasted their eating time, though not their cooking time. Often bananas are wasted once they reach a certain point, the best thing to do in that case, is to peel them and pop them in the freezer. From there you can use them in…

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Granola

There are many granola recipes, all purporting to be the original or the best. Though the thing I like most about granola is the ability to customize it to my specifics, and this recipe is pretty much how I prefer it. Just like me you need to make your own additions, subtractions or renovations to this recipe to stylize it…

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Overnight Oats

Overnight Oats Personally I love my oats, weather that be my coco cooked oats in the mornings or my granola snack that seems to call me throughout the day. Here is a tempting recipe to entice even the most ardent oat detractor, Overnight Oats brings together the perfect base for a breakfast. Allowing you to add the topping or toppings…

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Oats- Ingredient Feature

Written by Kevin Kapusi Starow Or also knows as the Common Oat is a cereal crop grown predominantly for its seed, of the same name. Oats are grown primarily as stock feed, though most of us, and I count myself in amongst this group, are under the misguided idea that they are grown just for us. Though of course Oats…

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Spiced Lamb Pockets

Spiced Lamb Pockets This is a simple recipe suitable for a lunchtime snack for the whole family, which you can get the kids to help prepare. Spiced Lamb Pockets is not a difficult dish to prepare or cook, it incorporates elements of both Moroccan and Greek cuisines. The yoghurt add another element to the dish which is healthy and mellowing,…

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Homemade Ramen Bowls with Kombu

Homemade Ramen Bowls Being a soup tragic, it will be no surprise to you that Ramen is a favorite variety of soup for me. Many times have I savored the scolding hot broth, slurping up the noodles in a ramen bar on a winters day in northern Japan. Nothing is better as, outside the wind is blowing, the snow falling…

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Marron – Ingredient Feature

Written by Kevin Kapusi Starow When you mention the ingredient marron many people instantly think of the French marron or chestnut made popular by the marron glace. Though what we are referring to here is such a world away from that. It is a foodstuff found in Western Australia, and is a seafood product. In issue 28 on June 2020,…

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Marron, avocado and saltbush

Marron avocado and saltbush Marron is a unique species of freshwater crustacean found in the south western parts of Australia, that is highly prized for its taste. Not to be confused with the French word for chestnut! This recipe Marron avocado and saltbush utalises this delicacy and allows it to speak for itself, minus confusing, or interfering tastes. This recipe…

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Marron, Sausage and Sage Brie

Marron, Sausage and Sage Brie This is a delicious, is not a little decadent starter, that is simple to create. 8.5 oz wheel of brie (at room temperature)4 oz turkey sausage1/4 cup marrons (roughly chopped)1/2 tbsp fresh rosemary (minced)1/2 tbsp fresh sage (minced)1 tbsp honey Heat a small saucepan over medium heat.Add the turkey sausage to the saucepan, and break…

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Gateau Basque with Caramelized Pear

Gateau Basque with Caramelized Pear Simple and Delicious Tart for the family to share Dough 500 gm Butter (unsalted, softened)440 gm Brown Sugar (dark)250 gm Almond Meal640 gm Flour (plain)6 gm Baking powder4 EggsSaltTruffle Cream 1 lt Milk30 gm Truffle (shaved)150 gm Caster Sugar100 gm Egg Yolk80 gm Custard Powder110 gm ButterPoached Pear 1 lt Water400 gm Caster Sugar1 Vanilla…

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Stained Ora Salmon, Smoked Beetroot

Now you are armed for those Special Occasions The recipe here for Stained Ora Salmon, was designed by one of Australia’s leading chefs and co owner of Moke Dining in Flinders Victoria., Michael Cole. In 2019 Michael was Australia’s representative for the prestigious Bocuse d’Or competition. Qualifying for the final at food Asia the year prior, Michael and his commis…

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