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Dark and dreamy chocolate cake

This cake is unapologetically all about chocolate. So much so, that it’s even flourless, creating a fudgy, dense indulgent cake – you’ll find a little goes a long way.

Australian Women's Weekly|Aug 11, 2020

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  • How to make basic scones

    This basic scones recipe uses only three ingredients to make. Serve with jam and cream.

    Test Kitchen|Aug 09, 2020

  • Mushroom soup

    Make yourself toasty warm with this thick, creamy mushroom soup, infused with garlic and olive oil.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Aug 04, 2020

  • Persimmon tarte tatin

    The tangy chill of the sorbet cuts through the sweet, warm tarte tatin.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Jun 23, 2020

  • Hungarian goulash

    Is it a soup or is it a stew? Somewhere in between, we think. In any event, this Hungarian goulash (gulyás) is hearty, healthy and full of goodness and flavour. Mop up every morsel with fresh, crusty bread.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jun 02, 2020

  • Paprika chicken

    Tender pieces of chicken in a fragrant creamy sauce, this slow- cooker paprika chicken served with creamy mash is the embodiment of comfort food.

    Australian Women's Weekly|May 21, 2020

  • Pickled cucumbers

    Pickled cucumbers are a breeze to make, and will set you on a pickling adventure! Next stop - pickled chillis.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Apr 29, 2020

  • Bread and butter pickles

    Bring out the relishes and pickles when entertaining – they impress every time!

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Apr 28, 2020

  • Van de Reuben sandwich

    The strong, tart flavours in the sauerkraut and silverside give the everyday sandwich a real zing!

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Apr 26, 2020

  • Portuguese chickens with fig salad

    It's quite easy to make Portuguese chicken at home. Flatten a whole chicken, marinate it and drizzle with spicy piri piri sauce. We serve ours with a fresh fig salad

    Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 20, 2020

  • Fresh apricot jam

    Sweet and rich with a hint of tang, apricots make the best jam. Jars of this delightful preserve make wonderful edible gifts.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jan 08, 2020

  • Moist Christmas cake

    Rich, moist, fruity and fragrant with brandy, this moist Christmas cake is best served with a cup of tea or a mug of good coffee. The fruit mixture can be used as a base for puddings or a filling for mince pies.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Nov 28, 2019