You may have missed what a huge fan of leftovers I am but just to fill you in – there is something I just adore about yesterday’s food. I also HATE to waste food (it makes me feel sad and guilty) so even if the end result is a disaster I try to resurrect it [...]
A few years ago I was at the Glebe markets in Sydney and tried for the first time gozleme. To this day that food memory is still vivid. Watching the ladies prepare and fry order after order was mesmerising; they’d clearly been cooking gozleme for a lifetime
The first mistake was deep frying, the second was sugar dipping, but by the time we drizzled these gorgeous golden treats with the buttery, zesty curd we were powerless to exercise restraint.
When I was living in Japan I used to buy these buns from the seven eleven below my apartment. In true Japanese style in addition to the traditional Chinese fillings they came in all sorts of kooky flavours like pizza, cheese & curry and chicken and mayonnaise.
I am really bad with things that take time and require patience; knitting, golf and gardening spring to mind as things I’ve tried and given up on due to lack of immediate satisfaction. I love cooking (obviously) but I’ve never been much of a bread-maker
This recipe was kindly shared with us by Jennifer, our Learning and Development Specialist here at Fisher & Paykel. Jennifer is American and so it is particularly appropriate that she in contributing to the blog over this Thanksgiving period. Jennifer is a fantastically passionate baker and is always keen to share her stories
When scouting for recipes for this months theme I was pleasantly surprised by the number of males who came forward to share their recipes with us. Aidan is one these males and he kindly shared a recipe for Oaty Brown Bread, straight from the homeland, Ireland. Here are his thoughts on this hearty loaf:
Last week Sam shared with you his winning chocolate macaron recipe from last year’s Dunedin office bake-off. Today we bring you the second place getter, a beautiful, sweet braided bread made by Isabelle, one of our engineering team leaders.
I was trying to think what food I would like my son to be associated with on the internet and after some to-ing and fro-ing I settled on cinnamon buns. I think they match each other in cuteness and sweetness and I knew I would find it amusing watching him try to stretch his tinsy [...]
This is an adaptation of an Annabelle White recipe that I have been making for years. In the winter I fry it in a skillet, and in the summer it is great on the barbeque. The dough is simple to mix by hand and only requires proving once. I have also used it to make [...]
Soft, chewy naan bread is the perfect accompaniment to any curry – try serving these up alongside the Lamb Korma I posted earlier in the week, or with Emma’s Chicken Cashew Curry. I’ve had good results both frying these off in a heavy-based pan on the stove top and by baking in a very [...]
Croutons are a quick and easy addition to any good soup. Yet they provide such a lift of texture and buttery goodness that they become a mandatory addition to any good soup.
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