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Blood Orange Olive Oil Cake

This Recipe was especially developed for @Crush Online with Willow Creek Blood Orange Olive Oil. Blood Orange Olive oil and Almond Cake Makes: 1 cake Preparation time: 15 minutes (plus 1 hour of boiling an orange) Baking time: 50-60 minutes 1 whole orange 2/3 cup (160ml) Willow Creek Blood Orange Olive Oil 4 eggs 1 […]

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baked plums with ginger biscuit crumble

Something for the long weekend! Serves: 4 4-6 large juicy ripe plums, halved and de-pitted ½ cup (125ml) flour 50g butter, chilled and cubed 3 Tbsp (45ml) brown sugar ¼ cup (60ml) oats 4 ginger biscuits, crushed finely ¼ cup (60ml) Orange liqueur, to serve (optional) Vanilla bean ice cream, to serve Preheat oven to […]

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ginger beer bbq sauce

Sticky chicken wings is one of my all time favourite quick and easy weekday meals. 30 minutes in a hot oven, while you prepare a healthy coleslaw of some sort and you’ll have yourself a ’30-minute meal’ ready in no time. Here’s my recipe for Ginger Beer BBQ Sauce which is a perfect marinade for […]

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chicken liver parfait

Chicken liver parfait. Its like marmite – you either love it or hate it. However, if you’re a hater, you may want to reconsider after viewing some of my tips on making the perfect chicken liver parfait. Tip Number one: I ONLY use FRESH free range chicken livers. Tip number two: When sauteing the livers, […]

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vodka chilli butterscotch sauce

I’ve been waiting patiently to share this new recipe of mine with you, and now that the latest issue of Crush Online is finally out, I can. This vodka chili butterscotch sauce is great drizzled over vanilla bean ice cream, warm apple crumble, or used as a dipping sauce for grilled fruit kebabs. However, my […]

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lemon curd creme brulee

When it comes to dessert, I’m most likely to order Creme brulee. The sound of that initial crack through the caramel layer, and the first mouthful of that delicious velvety smooth custard is hard to beat when it comes to dessert. Add a “hidden” layer of citrusy lemon curd at the bottom and you have […]

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mushrooms on toast

I could easily become a vegetarian because of these little gems. Mushrooms are so versatile and there are a hundred different ways to cook them. From roasting whole with a little garlic, thyme and butter to sauteeing with a little chopped onion and adding to risottos or soups. These wild mushrooms on toast are so […]

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