Tag Archives: New Zealand food

Lamingtons

Have you been pulled into the addictive material that is Serial? Now it seems this was everywhere at the end of last year, I couldn’t turn on my computer without seeing  a reference to this podcast and yet somehow everyone I’ve asked has answered “no,” they haven’t even heard of it so definitely haven’t had a…

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Pavlova

Happy new year and welcome to the first recipe of the year. This is a national treasure named after a Russian ballet dancer and it has been a much disputed fight between Australia and New Zealand over who created this and it’s heritage has been confirmed as a true kiwi creation. This dish has a reputation…

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Anzac Biscuits

While everyone is in a chocolate coma and somehow all my brain wants is chocolate, it is a little more somber occasion. You see, tomorrow is Friday 25 April and its a special day in New Zealand and Australia, for it is the annual day of commemoration of the services of armed corps in World…

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Tan Slice

As the rain came down and the trains weren’t working in London this morning, a walk through the park to work was unexpected. Most people are going back to work after their holiday break and their year began in a mess, meanwhile, storms are causing havoc to lives Stateside. Yes, 2014 has come in rumbling…

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Australian Boston Bun

A little over a year ago I stepped foot for the first time in Australia, to attend my only cousin’s wedding and while my time in the continent was relatively short, I have in fact grown up around some of Australia’s fair food. The bread/cake concoction named the Boston Bun in Australia is also known…

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Afghan Biscuits

I’ve only shared a little of my love of photography on this site, something I truly want to expand on in the future. And this weekend with my lovely friend Alli as my classmate we spent our saturday inside a classroom of sorts learning about some photography basics. The rule of thirds is what I…

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  • Rule of thirds is definitely a photography aspect I forget about most of the time!ReplyCancel

    • I know, looking back through my recent (non food) images I discovered I needed to re-learn and implement this immediately.ReplyCancel

Bacon and Egg Pie

The small art of borrowing an object, something that you have not obtained outright, but been given to use for a period always differs in results. I’ve met countless people who refuse to lend anything out to anyone after too many failed changing of the hands. I’m always a good lender, other then a small…

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Chocolate Self-Saucing Pudding

There are meals we have all eaten that know no physical boundaries. Wanting Mexican while traveling through Germany, craving your mothers cooking when she’s a million miles away. Dishes served with a side of heavy memory are always comforting, there’s nothing unusual about those dishes, they always carry a weight of knowing what that first,…

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