FOOD BLOGS

milking it

Cinnamon chai cashew milk

Teresa Cutter   I always like to use a variety of milks in my recipes, depending on what I'm cooking. And that's especially true for pure and natural wholefood milks that have not been tainted by extensive processing.

Bastille Day

A quince tart for the soul

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Katrina Meynink   Pastry so light and flaky you expect to find it down your top, in your beard, or on your baby’s head for weeks to come.

Chocolate chocolate chocolate

A chocolate flavourologist is an actual job

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Katrina Meynink   Ummm where do we sign up?

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Donburi

A delightful Teriyaki salmon bowl

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A field guide to a perfectly constructed Donburi bowl.

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Winter food

A coq a vin of sorts

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Katrina Meynink   The art of using what you have on hand to make something seriously tasty.

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Treat yourself

Your sticky dated antidote to winter blues

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Katrina Meynink   Sticky date pudding just got even more delicious/soul bolstering.

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Pure heaven

What cupcake fatigue?

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Katrina Meynink   Just when you thought you were over cupcakes, these came along.

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Sweet + Savoury

Delicious meatballs with cherry jam and yoghurt

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Katrina Meynink   Wonderous spicy, pungent, textural flavour bombs in your mouth.

Huxtabook recipes

A good bit of chargrilled beef with caramelised onion puree and pepper sauce

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Rejoice fine eating friends - finally, Huxtable dishes can be recreated at home!

Bun recipes

Why not enjoy a hot cross bun festival?

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Katrina Meynink   Get amongst it people – hot cross buns in their various forms and incarnations from breakfast through to dessert.

Marvelous Creations mousse cake

Introducing the Marvelous Creations mousse cake

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Katrina Meynink   Yes this is really happening, an unholy creation of perfection.

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Thai food

How to make perfect Pad Thai

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Katrina Meynink   There's not better example of all that's good about Thailand than this dish, except when it's done badly.

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This roulade will be your dessert weapon

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Katrina Meynink   A roulade featuring Turkish delight, meringue, raspberries and pistachios, oh my. Oh my, oh my.

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The joy of old-fashioned cooking techniques

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Katrina Meynink   Here's one good reason: pomegranate and spice maple slow-roasted lamb shoulder. Yeahhhh.

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Homemade ice-cream

Impossibly refreshing basil and mint ice-cream

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Katrina Meynink   A delightfully quick and easy recipe for homemade ice-cream/joy.

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Comfort desserts

The best desserts are the slab kind

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Katrina Meynink   These apple and rhubarb slabs are frills-free comfort food at its best.

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Really fancy waffles

The not-so-humble waffle

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Katrina Meynink   Wasabi, cheese and pancetta waffles. You're going to want to face plant into these on the weekend.

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Summer flavours

A light and lush summer salad

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Katrina Meynink   Fresh fish and watermelon, could you actually get any more summery?

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Valentine's Day recipe ideas

A Valentine's Day dinner that will win over cynics

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Katrina Meynink   Even if you hate Valentine's Day it's still OK to gobble delicious things!

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Nutella meringue

Little bites of heaven (and Nutella)

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Katrina Meynink   The meringue is totally underrated in its excellence.

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Breakfast ideas

The alternative to a dull breakfast

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Katrina Meynink   Perfect brunch food.

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Australian classic

A pavlova that's just like eating clouds

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Katrina Meynink   Salted bourbon caramel with grilled peach clouds to be exact.

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Treat yourself

Chocolate crackles for grownups

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Katrina Meynink   A delicious alternative to a New Year's diet.

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The everything Christmas roulade

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Katrina Meynink   Introducing the fruit mince pie, chocolate and brandy cream Christmas roulade.

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Christmas ideas

Now this is how to glaze a ham

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Katrina Meynink   A sticky Christmas ham that takes inspiration from Southern America. Oh yeeahh.

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Festive treats

Festive (melting) moments

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Katrina Meynink   With added candy cane cream. We repeat, candy cane cream.

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Christmas ideas

A luxuriously slow-cooked pork shoulder

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Katrina Meynink   And since you can't really get it wrong, it's perfect for the Christmas table.

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The Kitchen Coquette

Festive chocolate and butterscotch bites

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Katrina Meynink   These miniature delights are the perfect thing to serve during party season.

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Popcorn prawns

Popcorn prawns are undeniably delicious

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Katrina Meynink   The ultimate summer lunch. Or dinner. Or snack.

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Spring dessert

Heavenly berries with meringue, vanilla yoghurt and musk syrup

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Katrina Meynink   The ultimate food flavour pyramid for spring.

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How to BBQ

This delicious salad is made with a bbq

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Katrina Meynink   The two coolest chefs around are changing how we feel about bbqing.

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Hump day treat

An utterly sinful icecream sandwich

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Katrina Meynink   Go on, do it. Isn't about time you treated yourself?

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Amazing cupcakes

Bake yourself happy

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Katrina Meynink   This is especially possible with turkish delight and dark chocolate cupcakes.

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Fancy icecream bars

A fancy homemade Weiss bar

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Katrina Meynink   With added booze. Hurrah!

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Exotic treat

Middle Eastern rocky road

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Katrina Meynink   Meet us in a happy, happy place.

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The new burger?

We might love lobster rolls even more than burgers

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Katrina Meynink   When they go as well with beer as they do champagne, why wouldn't you?

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Spring Salmon Salad

Summery salad

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Katrina Meynink   It's basically a non-soggy miracle.

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Blueberry blondie

The brilliant blueberry blondie

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Katrina Meynink   Crammed with blueberries, chocolate chips and nuts, this blondie sure is something.

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Pretty sweet treats

Crack caramel

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Katrina Meynink   These pretty caramels are good enough for gifts, and/or gobbling until your teeth ache.

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Parmesan pesto fries

Now these are potato chips

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Katrina Meynink   These pesto parmesan fries will probably change your life.

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Cherry Ripe inspired dessert

Cherry Ripe, redux

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Katrina Meynink   That old favourite, the Cherry Ripe, gets a schmancy makeover.

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Simply delicious

A simply delightful cake

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Katrina Meynink   Not all cakes should be fancy and fiddly, there's much to love about a simple cake.

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Genius ideas

You need to know about bacon jam

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Katrina Meynink   Because it is a frankly genius idea.

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Breakfast ideas

How to fancy up your breakfast

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Katrina Meynink   Why have ordinary porridge when you have buttered pear and espresso honey porridge? Exactly.

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The new cronut?

Forget the cronut, it's all about the canelé

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Katrina Meynink   At least, it is for Katrina Meynink who wants to make it happen.

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Hyper slow cooking

You need to learn how to sous vide

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Katrina Meynink   Katrina has a new gadget in her kitchen and it has pretty much changed her life.

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Chocolate week

An excessive chocolate tart

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Katrina Meynink   It's nearly World Chocolate Day after all, only decadence will do.

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Make a Cronut

Katrina makes a [k]ronut

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Katrina Meynink   How to make the most ridiculous pastry currently taking New York (and beyond) by storm.

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Food blog

Malted milkshake in a pudding

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Katrina Meynink   It's the milkshake of your dreams ... in a pudding.

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Comfort food

Very sophisticated mac & cheese

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Katrina Meynink   This is a French inspired decadent feast. OK, it's a gluttony fest. Hooray!

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Delicious desserts

This banoffee crumble will probably take you over the edge

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Katrina Meynink   This gooey, buttery bannoffee is a dessert point of no return.

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Bread making

The (sour) art of baking bread

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Katrina Meynink   Katrina attends a sourdough bread making class, and it changed the way she thinks about food.

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Winter desserts

Hot apple pie

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Katrina Meynink   Inspired by the best apple pie that Katrina has ever eaten.

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Homemade Snickers

How to get away with being a glutton

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Katrina Meynink   Eating a slab of homemade snickers bar is socially acceptable, right?

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Roast chicken

Miraculous roast chicken

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Katrina Meynink   Yes, we've been here before. No, we will never tire of roast chicken.

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Recipes

The biggest (and best) kind of morning tea

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Katrina Meynink   A good cause, and lots of cake. Excellent combination.

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Indulgence

Oh yes, it's a cake in a jar

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Katrina Meynink   Pushing aside initial suspicions, we've embraced the 'delicious and pretty things in jars' trend.

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Warming recipes

The comfort curry

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Katrina Meynink   Nothing puts things right like a spicy, comforting curry.

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Slabs of decadence

A posh caramel slice

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Katrina Meynink   You might think you shouldn't mess with a classic, but here's why it works.

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