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Naked Cakes

Naked Cakes – Hannah Miles
Ryland, Peters & Small – 2015
Photography: Steve Painter

Cakes with simple decorations, colours or shapes free from fondant but full of flavour is a trend I can happily get behind. 256 more words

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Cookbooks I Am Coveting

So I haven’t been cooking anything interesting except my kale skillets and sambar and humble dal-roti-sabzi. Nothing interesting or exciting enough to post here!

But I have been adding things to my ever-growing Amazon wishlist.  748 more words

Being Me

"Desserts from My Kitchen" by Lesley Stowe

Lesley Stowe, the creator of one of my favorite snacks Raincoast Crisps, is also a Paris-trained chef who has published several successful cookbooks as well as sharing her tips for cooking and entertaining on shows like Entertainment Tonight Canada and CTV Morning Live. 608 more words

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COOKBOOK REVIEW: AMINA'S HOME COOKING

AMINA’S HOME COOKING

Author: Amina Elshafei
Lantern RRP $35
Review: Monique Mulligan

Amina Elshafei was the first Muslim contestant on MasterChef Australia and she won me, as well as many others, over with her generous, kind nature … and her flavoursome dishes. 339 more words

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Review of "Recipes from my French Grandmother" in today's Boston Globe

It was almost 9 months ago that I first tested Recipes from my French Grandmother.  In the interval since, New England’s been locked in winter(and now, just barely unlocked), my son’s grown 3 inches (not kidding), and half a dozen more French cookbooks have come and gone. 82 more words

T. Susan Chang

COOKBOOK REVIEW: RACHEL KHOO'S KITCHEN NOTEBOOK

RACHEL KHOO’S KITCHEN NOTEBOOK

Author: Rachel Khoo
Michael Joseph RRP $39.99
Review: Monique Mulligan

My ideas start with a taste, a flavour, and a sketch in my kitchen notebook.

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Cookbook Review: French Brasserie Cookbook (The Heart of French Home Cooking) by Daniel Galmiche

After deciding to start reviewing cookbooks, it seemed almost natural that the one to begin with would be this treasure by Daniel Galmiche.

I will attempt (where possible) to stick to four categories of judging when reviewing cookbooks so that clear and fair comparisons can be made. 775 more words

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