A cake with a lovely texture, that is beautifully moist and has a zingy taste from the plums and blackberries! Click here for: Blog post – Roast plum and blackberry cake
This ginger, with its syrup, is cooked in the microwave. It is quite wonderful – suitable for desserts, cakes and possibly some savoury dishes of a sweet and sour nature! Click here for: Blog post – Virtual Dinner Party No. 3 – Guess What’s On The Menu!
Crumbles are the standby dessert for us, one of our signature dishes. They are so easy yet so delicious. We would almost go to say they are the best dessert ever! Click here for: Blog post – The Humble Crumble – The Best Dessert Ever?
A highlight was a fig and almond torta … not too sweet and the figs can be substituted with any fruit in season such as peaches, pears or plums! For the recipe, click here – Indigo Valley – Home Grown Produce!
… the dessert was nothing more than a large white plate with three elements: a pile of beautiful blackberries, a small mound of castor sugar and a large dollop of thick, farmyard style, Tasmanian cream. … the sign of a very brave and confident chef! Click here for: Blog post – Simplest, Most Perfect Dessert Recipe pdf – Berries With …
“… it is about as simple a dessert to make as you can imagine: a pancake batter poured over fruit in a fireproof dish, then baked in the oven.” For the recipe, click here – Nature, History … And Clafoutis!
Our friends raved about the morning tea of banana bread and were a little surprised to find that it was thrown together at the last minute from what we had in the freezer! Click here for: Blog post – Banana Bread
“The almond mixture was crisp on top, fudgy within and the blackcurrants burst and rippled the mixture with juice.” Click here for: Blog post – El Calafate
A very easy cake (or tart) to make and well worth the effort. Instead of plums try different types of stone fruits or large cherries.! Click here for: Blog post – Europe 2016 – Part 2
Poached whole quinces is an ideal dish for when we are at the cottage as the quinces are easy to prepare, can be left alone to cook, last well in the fridge and can be reheated later. And people love them! Click here for: Blog post – Poached Whole Quinces Recipe pdf – Poached Whole Quinces
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