Katrina Meynink is a freelance food writer and recipe developer who lives and breathes all things food. She is particularly fond of butter, Persian fairy floss and bacon. She is a prolific lover of cookbooks, which led her to write her own, Kitchen Coquette (Allen & Unwin) -- available now at all good bookstores.
Katrina Meynink Get amongst it people – hot cross buns in their various forms and incarnations from breakfast through to dessert.
Marvelous Creations mousse cake
Katrina Meynink Yes this is really happening, an unholy creation of perfection.
Katrina Meynink There's not better example of all that's good about Thailand than this dish, except when it's done badly.
Katrina Meynink A roulade featuring Turkish delight, meringue, raspberries and pistachios, oh my. Oh my, oh my.
Katrina Meynink Here's one good reason: pomegranate and spice maple slow-roasted lamb shoulder. Yeahhhh.
Katrina Meynink A delightfully quick and easy recipe for homemade ice-cream/joy.
Katrina Meynink These apple and rhubarb slabs are frills-free comfort food at its best.
Really fancy waffles
Katrina Meynink Wasabi, cheese and pancetta waffles. You're going to want to face plant into these on the weekend.
Katrina Meynink Fresh fish and watermelon, could you actually get any more summery?
Valentine's Day recipe ideas
Katrina Meynink Even if you hate Valentine's Day it's still OK to gobble delicious things!
Katrina Meynink The meringue is totally underrated in its excellence.
Katrina Meynink Perfect brunch food.
Katrina Meynink Salted bourbon caramel with grilled peach clouds to be exact.
Katrina Meynink A delicious alternative to a New Year's diet.
Katrina Meynink Introducing the fruit mince pie, chocolate and brandy cream Christmas roulade.
Katrina Meynink A sticky Christmas ham that takes inspiration from Southern America. Oh yeeahh.
Katrina Meynink With added candy cane cream. We repeat, candy cane cream.
Katrina Meynink And since you can't really get it wrong, it's perfect for the Christmas table.
The Kitchen Coquette
Katrina Meynink These miniature delights are the perfect thing to serve during party season.
Katrina Meynink The ultimate summer lunch. Or dinner. Or snack.