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The Ramblings of Paul Steele and Friends

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    Travelling the world is a great way to explore new places, learn about the culture or be amazed by the architecture. But what is a treat to me when I travel is to discover local dishes and of course delicious desserts. I would like to introduce to you Carmelita Caruana (@cookitaly) a very dear friend […]

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    Oranges ‘The State Fruit of Florida’ – Photo by Driek Hey guys, seeing as the weather has finally turned we are all eating more cool, fresh, summer foods so here are some tips on picking the freshest produce when you go to your supermarket. Remember to look out for four main things when selecting your […]

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    Hungry? I was after reading the tweets and blog posts from Jodi (@GarlicGirlBlog). I love finding new foods and I love finding home made recipes from around the world. Even places I have not yet been to. Jodi kindly went on a mission to show us a local dish with great pics and recipe, now […]

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    On the first day of our Australian spring, it’s time to soak up the warm sun, so I’m looking for a bake that takes hours all by itself, while I am outside planting the first spring vegetable seeds into punnets. Do you have a bread oven at home, languishing in the cupboard, hardly ever used? […]

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  • 11/03/14--11:49: Pear & Raspberry Soda Bread
  • Spring is in full bloom in the Southern Highlands of NSW, Australia. I have switched over from the wood fired stove to the fan forced electric oven, where I have much greater control over baking temperatures. This soda bread rises during baking to a light texture, and the addition of yoghurt and two fruits keeps it […]

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    Here in Australia, we are bracing for another long hot summer ahead. Our strawberries have just been harvested and market fresh Granny Smith apples – ideal for baking – are in plentiful supply. This delightfully moist cake combines yoghurt with vanilla, apples and sultanas, and is topped with the crunch of flaked almonds: an ideal […]

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    What better way to have one of your five a day than to mix it with cake. This recipe is easy to make and a  moist, delicious delight. Perfect for a romantic dinner and a great winter pudding Equipment: 3 x 8″ Sandwich Cake tins Ingredients: 1lb Self Raising Flour 1lb Margarine 1lb Caster Sugar 8 Eggs […]

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    Meringues are a great pudding idea and the best thing about them is that they are hardly any calories and so tasty. This is one of my favourite puddings and so easy to make. Makes 10-12 Ingredients: 2 Egg Whites 4 oz Caster sugar 1/2 Pint Double Cream 125g Raspberries 1 Small Chocolate Bar Chocolate […]

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    The tart juiciness of fresh strawberries, the luscious smooth creme patissiere and the crisp biscuit base combine in this tempting little tart recipe. Pastry case is baked with healthy olive oil and fat free yoghurt. Sugar is reduced to a minimum. A light jelly topping adds shine and protects the delicate fruit. Add this to […]

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  • 12/21/15--12:59: Berry Merry Pavlova
  • All around the world pantries are being stocked for the festive season, and here in Australia the days are very hot, but thankfully the nights are still mild in the Southern Highlands. The only way to enjoy a white Christmas is to whip up this berry-laden white cloud of a pavlova; spread with light Chantilly […]

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  • 08/07/16--08:39: Zingy Lemon Cheesecake
  • This recipe makes a beautifully light and refreshing cheesecake, perfect for Summer get-togethers. You will need: 20 cm (8 inch) cake tin For the base: 200g (7oz) digestive biscuits, crushed 90g (3.5 oz) butter, melted Filling: Finely grated rind and juice of 3 lemons 15ml (1tbsp) powdered gelatine 225g (8oz) low fat soft cheese 150ml […]

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    These tasty granola bars make good and easy picnic/snack food. The beauty of this recipe is you can use pretty much any combination of dried fruits/nuts and seeds to suit your tastes. You will need: 14 x 8 inch approx deep tray Ingredients: 350g oats A handful of crunchy cerial. ie branflakes 2 tsp cinnamon […]

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  • 02/05/17--07:55: Fruity Heart Cake
  • A light vanilla Madeira sponge cake- filled with vanilla buttercream and strawberries – the way to any partner’s heart – perfect for a Valentines Day treat Equipment: 1 x 6″ heart cake tin or round cake tin Ingredients: 6oz Self Raising Flour 2oz Plain Flour 6oz Caster Sugar 6oz Margarine 3 Eggs 1 tsp Vanilla […]

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    This is a great idea for fussy children to get them to eat two of their five a day – it’s full of goodness and delicious too. You will need: 1 large loaf tin- lined Ingredients: 4oz Butter 4oz Brown sugar 1 Large Egg 4-5 Large Bananas 3-4 tbsp Vanilla Yoghurt 1 tsp Vanilla Essence […]

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    It’s midwinter and although sunny outside today, very cold here in the NSW Southern Highlands of Australia. The wood-fired oven is preheated almost every afternoon, and the temptation to bake inspires me to create this comforting banana bread. The addition of spices fills the kitchen with a wonderful aroma as I open the oven. Quick! […]

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  • 12/21/15--12:59: Berry Merry Pavlova
  • All around the world pantries are being stocked for the festive season, and here in Australia the days are very hot, but thankfully the nights are still mild in the Southern Highlands. The only way to enjoy a white Christmas is to whip up this berry-laden white cloud of a pavlova; spread with light Chantilly […]

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    The trees in our orchard row are groaning under the weight of a bountiful harvest of Granny Smith apples: tart, firm fruit suitable for cooking pies, sauces and of course, apple crumble. This satisfying sweet dish resembles a flan without the crust and is enhanced by the addition of prosecco and pecan nuts. Especially delicious […]

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  • 09/11/16--07:45: Ruby Grapefruit Tartlets
  • The delicate zesty perfume of ruby graperuits will fill your kitchen as you bake these delicate custard tartlets. Substitute blood oranges if the fruit is unavailable, for an ideal alternative. Serve after dinner with a fruit compote and whipped cream or ice cream, or at afternoon tea for a pick-me-up. Double ingredient quantities to make […]

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    An easy bake last minute fruit cake, with a shot or two of rum or whiskey for good measure and I can guarantee it’s all gone in no time. This full flavored boozy fruit cake is quick to make and uses mincemeat instead of mixed fruit adding extra moistness and taste, finished off with a […]

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    I have always loved Rock Cakes, there is something so comforting in them and what better accompaniment to a lovely hot cuppa or hot chocolate in cold weather. Rock Cakes were originally a traditional British teatime treat in olden days and their popularity has spread around the world. Due to the fact the old original […]

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