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Cookbook Reviews – An Overdue Look at Some Inspiring Reads

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It seems I’ve been so busy of late that I’ve neglected one of my favourite areas of food – cookbooks! I’ve amassed quite a little cache of them over the last few months and it’s time to take a look at a few of my favourites. Subscribe to Lambs’ Ears and Honey Enter your Email [...]

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Cookbook Review – Serge Dansereau’s “Seasonal Kitchen”

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I’ve been a fan of Serge Dansereau’s ever since I ate at his iconic Sydney restaurant, The Bather’s Pavillion, about ten years ago and was struck by the freshness and vibrancy of his food. A Canadian by birth and now an Australian citizen who has been a leader on our culinary scene for over 30 [...]

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In My Kitchen – October 2013

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Whoa – what on earth is going on here?!! It’s not like me to be organised enough to get an “In My Kitchen” post up to link with my friend Celia over at Fig Jam and Lime Cordial, but nevertheless that seems to be what I’ve done. I wouldn’t want you to be getting used [...]

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New cookbook to win – Bill’s Italian Food!

August 13, 2013

Bill Granger has been one of Australia’s favourite cooking sons for quite some years now and over those years he has been spreading the love to the rest of the world.  He already has three restaurants in Sydney, four in Japan and one in London, but has added to those by opening another in Waikiki, [...]

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An Interview With a Legend – Moroccan Food Maven Paula Wolfert – and win a copy of The Food of Morocco

March 28, 2013

Moroccan food is widely considered to be one of the world’s finest cuisines.  It’s combination of Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and African ingredients and spices blend in dishes handed down from wealthy royal kitchens and humble Berber homes resulting in a culinary tradition which is extraordinarily sophisticated and refined.   This rich food heritage has been brought [...]

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Cookbook Review – Delicious Home Cooking by Valli Little & A Chocolate Cheesecake with Cocoa Nib cream

January 11, 2013

It seems that every year Christmas sneaks up on me and catches me unaware.   You’d think at my advanced age (if I told you just what that is, I’d have to kill you) I’d have worked it all out by now, but apparently not – as the posts I wanted to get up before [...]

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