Not that I don’t have any, but sometimes, making something special is required to invoke a festive spirit.
(Or, and here’s a more accurate subtitle) How to NOT Make Pies
Today I turned juicy, vine-ripened tomatoes into relish.
There are all sorts of reasons why I call these my Fully-loaded Not Biscuits*.
Today I tried something new, tried doing something I’ve never done before, and I’m delighted to see – or more accurately – enjoy the fruits of my labour.
Recipes are wonderful things. A step by step guide that, when followed to a T, allows you to reach the desired outcome. It never fails to amaze me that by … Continue reading When a Tablespoon is Something Else
What are you to do when it’s Mother’s Day and you are not blessed with the presence of your children to make you breakfast in bed? No, this is not … Continue reading Pancakes For One
My latest recipe is one of my all time favourites for reasons I can sum up in five words. White chocolate and macadamia nuts. These biscuits also contain desiccated coconut and, together … Continue reading Perfect with a Cup of Tea
A little over 36 years ago, I purchased a hard covered notebook. A5 in size, it wasn’t anything special, or fancy, but it was somewhere I could write down recipes. … Continue reading Why I’m Typing Up My Recipes
Yes, another recipe, but don’t you just love Nachos? I do and so does Dean, but recently we faced the dilemma of how to make them at home when you … Continue reading Best Nachos Ever
I think almost everyone has a recipe for Zucchini Slice. Now I have my own recipe for Savoury Muffins based on this family favourite.
The following is another speech I wrote and delivered at my Toastmasters Club. The (speech) project was How To Say It, the fourth project in the Competent Communicator manual, the … Continue reading Butter, Flour and Milk