The pastry chef works in her cafe and they publish photos like this one above. It’s nice to be able to match the photo standard at least of such an award winning little food joint. After bragging about my delicious breakfast to my middlest sister, I got stuck into the food, gobbling up the tucker.… Continue reading Dinner for brekky for two or more
So the boss lady get recipes from Facebook friends and if she likes the look of them, she gives it to me as suggestion. There was one called choc honeycomb slice. I was to “just use some Chrunchie from the canteen”. But there was none. And no condensed milk either. So I left it. I… Continue reading OMG! its omg.
Felt like having a but of an experiment on Friday afternoon. So I took the same basic ingredients from the choc porridge cake and made this one: Pear, honey and cinnamon cake Replace some of the sugar with a really good blollop of honey. Add cinnamon. Remove cocoa. Follow the same steps as choc cake… Continue reading More porridge cake
Yesterday morning the Georgina was about 0.4 m over the bridge. Yesterday afternoon, Ron checked again and it was 1.1m over the bridge. Most of today it was sitting about 1.0 over the bridge or just a bit under. And the Longreach is at 0.8. The channel is definitely too muddy and deep for my… Continue reading The Georgina. The Longreach. And the first channel.
Here is my menu for this week ending. I imagine in 3-6 months I won’t need it at all but for now it is my time management aid. I firstly consider what fresh veggies I need to use up. (On the right) then I brainstorm meals I want to make and smoko ideas. Then I… Continue reading Meal planning
For a pav that is rather like a marshmallow: into the mix master chuck: 6 eggwhites 2 teaspoons vinegar 3 cups caster sugar 3 tablespoons cornflour 1 teaspoon vanilla essence turn the machine on and leave it for 15-20 mins dollop the mix into a foil lined, greased glass dish. bake at 100*C for 1hr… Continue reading Pavlova
Beef tongue. Corn it with your other pieces of corning meat. Boil it when you boil corned beef for tea. Peel the outer layer off the tongue while it is still hot Slice and serve it. Have white sauce on offer. Stand back and watch the younger workers pull faces and the older worker get… Continue reading Tongue
One beautiful Pav http://www.donnahay.com.au/recipes/pavlova-1 I’m practicing for Glenorminston Station.