The Cookbook Challenge: Week 19 Rice recipe – Fried radish cake (chai tao kueh)

April 1, 2010

Theme: Rice Cookbook: Everyday Favourites by Mrs Leong Yee Soo The obvious choice for rice theme week would have been fried rice or risotto, but I’ve strayed away from using the rice grain and used rice flour for my Cookbook Challenge recipe this week. Fried radish cake is better known as fried carrot cake or […]

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The Cookbook Challenge: Week 19 Rice theme round up

March 31, 2010

Find out more about the Cookbook Challenge here. Read more round ups here. This week’s theme was ‘Rice’. Rice pudding made an appearance a few times as did risotto. Here is a list of everyone’s recipes in order of posting. Carolyn from Gluten Shmooten – Vegetarian fried rice Maree from Melbourne Delectable – Haitian chicken […]

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The Cookbook Challenge: Week 18 BBQ theme round up

March 31, 2010

Find out more about the Cookbook Challenge here. Read more round ups here. Ok, so much for catching up! Here is the round up for Week 18 where the theme was BBQ. BBQ seems to be associated with meat and burgers, though we did have corn and prawns and Silvermoon Dragon made roasted bananas! Here […]

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The Cookbook Challenge: Week 18 BBQ recipe – Chilli Lamb Chops

March 25, 2010

Theme: BBQ Cookbook: Australian Family Favourites I had no time this week to do the Cookbook Challenge but I didn’t want to fall further behind so I asked whether hubby was interested in doing it on my behalf on Sunday while I was at the food bloggers’ conference. I told him he would need to […]

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The Cookbook Challenge: Week 17 Vietnamese recipe – Non-deep fried Cha Gio (Vietnamese spring rolls)

March 22, 2010

Theme: Vietnamese Cookbook: Secrets of the Red Lantern by Pauline Nguyen I’m a week behind in the Cookbook Challenge but shall be aiming to catch up by the end of this week! Week 17’s theme was Vietnamese and it prompted me to look back through my 2007 Vietnam trip photos. We weren’t into food as […]

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The Cookbook Challenge: Week 17 Vietnamese theme round up

March 18, 2010

Find out more about the Cookbook Challenge here. Read more round ups here. Another late round up! Hopefully I will be back on track now! This week’s theme was Vietnamese. We had some similar recipes with spring rolls, beef pho and coconut crème caramel. I have to take my hat off to Jo for cooking […]

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The Cookbook Challenge: Week 16 Noodles theme round up

March 18, 2010

Find out more about the Cookbook Challenge here. Read more round ups here. Apologies for the late round up. We are actually in the middle of Week 18, but I’m just doing the round up for Week 16 now. This week’s theme was noodles. Noodle recipes tend to have a long ingredient list, but actually […]

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The Cookbook Challenge: Week 16 Noodles recipe – Chicken, pork & rice noodle stir fry

March 16, 2010

Theme: Noodles Cookbook: Fast Chicken by The Australian Women’s Weekly I have fallen behind in my posting – I really don’t know where all my spare time goes! I think I have also partly lost my blogging mojo and blogging has become a bit of a chore rather than something I enjoy! Not to worry […]

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Sydney Dining Out: Ripples at Sydney Wharf, Pyrmont

March 5, 2010

Ripples at Sydney Wharf 56 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont NSW (02) 9571 1999 http://www.ripplescafe.com.au/ Cuisine: Modern Australian BYO: Yes, $8 per bottle Prices: Nibbles $7-$11, starters $14-$19, mains $24-$29, desserts $12-$22 The view around the restaurant A trip to Sydney wouldn’t be complete without the chance to meet up with fellow food bloggers so on the […]

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The Cookbook Challenge: Week 15 Muffins theme round up

March 4, 2010

Find out more about the Cookbook Challenge here. Read more round ups here. This week’s Cookbook Challenge theme was muffins. Muffins are normally associated with being sweet, but Sarah, Anthea and I all gave savoury muffins a go this week. Cherrie went a step further and made English muffins! Here is a list of everyone’s […]

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