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Cook | Phillippa Grogan | Tue May 17 09:45:00 EST 2016
The lollies in this cake are so well concealed, no one will have any idea that they are about to pour out when the cake is cut.
Cook,Special | Phillippa Grogan | Tue May 03 09:15:00 EST 2016
Find your baking mojo by adding some bling to these reinvented hot cross buns.
Cook | Phillippa Grogan | Tue Mar 24 00:00:00 EST 2015
Darren Purchese creates the ultimate postmodern edible dwelling, complete with solar panels, while Phillippa Grogan shows how to make a childhood fantasy where Hansel and Gretel could live happily...
Cook | Darren Purchese and Phillippa Grogan | Mon Dec 01 09:52:24 EST 2014
This pudding recipe is adapted from a second-hand cookbook I found in Ann Arbour, Michigan. Made with fresh breadcrumbs rather than flour, it's moist, eggy and not particularly sweet, with the crunch...
Cook | Phillippa Grogan | Tue Oct 18 16:02:08 EST 2011
This dish uses as few ingredients as possible but to still provide a flavoursome result. I cook it on the gas kettle barbecue, which always has a much better result than the oven.
Cook | Phillippa Grogan | Tue Oct 18 15:39:03 EST 2011
We bake this in individual serves at our Armadale shop in a paper muffin tin. At home, I bake it in my lasagne dish and serve it lasagne-style in square slabs.
Cook | Phillippa Grogan | Tue Oct 18 15:39:09 EST 2011