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Churros – Mexican Doughnuts

Churros:Mexican Doughnuts

The history of churros begins in China, where Portuguese merchants first ate crispy fried pastry for breakfast. When they brought this treat home, they swapped the traditional salt for sugar and the churro was born. Continue reading »

Bloke’s beans for Father’s day

block's beans for fathers day

Rock on! It’s Father’s Day and what better way to celebrate than by serving-up Bloke’s Beans for Dads brekkie! Not only will Dad LOL with the crazy crustache nestling on his beans, but we guarantee you will get plenty of hi fives for making baked beans from scratch! Continue reading »

Sunflower, sesame and pesto crackers

Sunflower, sesame and pesto crackers

Fittingly, Sunflower, sesame and pesto crackers are modified from a recipe on the internet. They sound really unlikely to work, but they do. They have the added advantage of being gluten free, sugar free and dairy free (providing your pesto doesn’t have parmesan in it) but NOT taste-free! Continue reading »

Raspberry Cordial Concentrate

Raspberry cordial

Raspberry Cordial Concentrate is, of course, what Anne of Green Gables thought she was serving to her friend (who then became very, very tipsy on Marilla’s raspberry wine!). Continue reading »

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