Category Archives: Preserving

Eggs in Purgatory

I just love the name of this dish. It tastes pretty wonderful too, particularly on a cold night when you feel like rugging up in front of the fire rather than slaving in the kitchen. My husband was sick in … Continue reading

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Childhood Quince Picking and Turkish Quince Marmalade

As a child, I always loved our visits to my grandparents’ farm in Benalla – it is probably in part because of those wonderful childhood memories that my husband and I have moved out to the country now with our … Continue reading

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Flourless Chocolate-Orange Almond Cake for Passover with Poached Quince, and Solomon’s Matzo

We were invited to a friend’s place for a Monday night Seder for Passover (Pesach). It was the first my children have attended and the 30 Minute Seder was a very child-friendly way to introduce them to what is intentionally … Continue reading

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Bottling Apricots

I had to travel to Hobart and back for work a few weeks ago. When I got home, my husband and I had a lovely interaction that went something like this: ‘How was your day?’ he asked. ‘It was great!’ … Continue reading

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Polish Plum Cake

I wanted to bake a cake for a work colleague’s farewell morning tea. As this colleague has advised that she is currently on an air and dust diet, I decided to steer away from the cream and chocolate and icing-laden … Continue reading

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