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Lamingtons

If you have never been to Australia, you have probably never had a lamington. If you are an Australian (or are from New Zealand), you have probably had quite a lot of them. Lamingtons are an Australian snack cake consisting of squares of sponge cake dipped in a chocolate icing and rolled in desiccated coconut. Sometimes they have a layer of jam in the middle ... Read More »

Sunday Brunch: Bill Granger’s Scrambled Eggs

If you have ever visited or read a review of bills in Sydney, Aus., chances are you are aware that Bill Granger produces exceptional scrambled eggs. They are incredibly light, fluffy and creamy. They also contain 1/3 cup of cream for 2 eggs. Now, I am so fortunate as to have had the eggs on a visit to bills and can assure you that it ... Read More »

Home again, home again

Sydney is a fantastic town, no doubt about it. I’ve been there before and have no doubt I’ll be there again, but I love coming home, too. I wish I could have blogged a bit more while I was in Sydney, but maybe next time. Where did I go? Lots of cafe’s that may or may not have had signs. Also bills, Bar Coluzzi in ... Read More »

Sydney Eats: Bodhi Yum Cha

I wish I had thought to take my camera yesterday when we went to have yum cha for lunch at Bodhi at Philip+Cook Park, near St. Mary’s Cathedral. Yum cha must be one of the most attractive lunches you can have. I will keep this brief, as I will freely admit that I only know what about half of our food was. The ones I ... Read More »

Sydney Eats: Sel et Poivre

With the Christmas holiday and my move to Los Angeles, I somehow neglected to mention that I am currently in Sydney, Australia to celebrate the New Year. This means no baking for the time being, but I will attempt to make up for that by posting a couple of reviews of Sydney restaurants. Yesterday was my first day here, though I have been to Sydney ... Read More »

bills Coconut Bread

The first time I saw this recipe it was in a newspaper article. I wasn’t too familiar with Bill Granger at the time, but clipped out the recipe because it featured coconut – and I am a big coconut fan. It took me a while to get around to baking the bread. Once I had had it, there was no going back. The bread is ... Read More »

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