Good Food - Miranda Sharp
It's pumpkin season and our household welcomes every suggestion to deal with the annual glut.
Cook | Miranda Sharp | Fri Nov 23 08:11:06 EST 2012
Apple with cinnamon is one of the most delightful culinary partnerships and my friend Ray's mum's pie is a simple one-bowl wonder that highlights the two ingredients spectacularly.
Cook | Miranda Sharp | Fri Nov 23 07:44:53 EST 2012
This is a good one for the kids to whip up to take to a sleep-over or school barbecue. It's irresistibly tasty, made in a moment with no chopping and no green vegetable bits.
Cook | Miranda Sharp | Fri Nov 23 07:42:43 EST 2012
Anything with melted butter and no rubbing-in is just fine with me. This comfortably morphs between afternoon tea with a cuppa or as a warm dessert with a dollop of cream.
Cook | Miranda Sharp | Fri Nov 23 07:42:31 EST 2012
A perennial picnic favorite which can be made vegetarian if you prefer. Best to use non-stick muffin tins, available from many supermarkets or other individual pie tins.
Cook | Miranda Sharp | Fri Nov 23 07:38:21 EST 2012
Chicken and prosciutto polpettini
Cook | Miranda Sharp | Fri Nov 23 07:38:19 EST 2012
Plum and hazelnut upside-down cake
Cook | Miranda Sharp | Fri Nov 23 07:38:13 EST 2012
Usually made from the whey left from more sophisticated cooked cheeses, this recipe using whole milk is based on one from Neil and Carole Willman's Home Cheesemaking self-published, $20.
Cook | Miranda Sharp | Fri Nov 23 07:38:12 EST 2012
This simple cheese combines heating and draining. The result is a subtle flavor that is delicious to eat as described, to use in a broth soup in place of tofu, or in the Indian spinach speciality...
Cook | Miranda Sharp | Fri Nov 23 07:38:11 EST 2012