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    • Breakfast of Champions

            I am a big fan of a big bacon and egg breakfast on a Sunday with the family. The good old fashion fry-up is something that gets me out of bed early….Although by the time it is done it is more like brunch than lunch. Lately I have been inspired by my

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    • The unexpected celebrity..Are hybrid desserts just a fad?

      The world of social media has created many unexpected celebrities. From viral videos of dogs sliding on floors and cats that don’t know how to be cats… to the generally clumsy or shocking, pretty much anyone or anything that entertains becomes viral. In the food world this has the power to create a trend. The

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    • Mini Cheese Cakes

      These little darlings look so yummy just had to share…..just love mini cheese cakes…..simple and delicious destined for cafes all over Sydney …

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    • New improved stall in Kings Cross

      Our new improved stall in Kings Cross every Saturday morning will now include an exciting range of Artisan Breads, Sourdoughs croissants and Danishes baked fresh for the markets…Come and check it out…

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    • Manu Feildel and Master Pastry Chef

      What an awesome day at Sydney Morning Herald Growers Market at Pyrmont on Saturday…Even though there was patchy rain the loyal market gowers still braved the rain and were out in force….I got a visit from one of my favourite chefs who decided to come and help me sell some Banana Breads…Manu Fidel was there

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    • Macaron Christening Cake

      Nothing Makes a pastry chef prouder than being able to create something beutiful….My most wonderful creation is my son….This cake was made to celebtate by sons baptism on Saturday…Thanks to the girls from Goosberry catering for the Macarons…and to my wonderful wife for the design…

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    • Salted Caramel Profiterol

      My wife is addicted to salted caramel at the moment so I thought I would have some fun…made a salted caramel mousse then made some choux tempered some chocolate and the rest is history…Salted caramel Profiteroles with Chili infused belgian chocolate…Suprisingly well layered flavours..Sweet,salty,bitter then spicy…

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    • Steve and Helen from My Kitchen Rules

      After a great morning at Northside I headed to EQ Village markets and had the pleasure of sharing a Banana Bread with some like minded Greek foodies…Steve and Helen from My Kitchen Rules were doing a cooking demonstration showecasing their awesome cooking skills…

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    • Northside Produce Markets

      Another perfect markets day at North Sydney Produce Markets thanks for the post Dee..You are a rockstar… Third Saturday of every Month…..Come and Visit Miller st North

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    • Ice Cream

      Ice Cream Ice cream is one of those things that most people take for granted. You make your dessert then buy a tub and then add it to the side like a dollop of cream or an add on. Yet Ice cream can be the hero of a dessert if you take the time to

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    • Eq Village Markets

      Hello everyone…Have not added much content lately been a bit slack….Will get back in the kitchen reel soon….We are at Eq Village markets this week and at Bondi Markets next week pop by and visit….

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    • Panna Cotta Vanilla Mango

      Mango and Vanilla Panna Cotta Panna Cotta is a simple and delicious dessert that has had resurgence in its trendiness of late. A basic Vanilla Panna Cotta done properly will wow the most discerning pallets. Many people get over excited with this dessert and totally destroy its delicate flavour by coupling it with strong flavours

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    • Vanilla Bean Paste

      Vanilla Bean Paste The quality of Vanilla bean or extract or paste or essence you use can make or break the flavours of your custards cakes and desserts in general.  Alternatively using a quality extract or paste or bean can turn a basic crème anglaise, custard or ice cream into a triumph. The way I

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    • Chocolate Crepes

      Chocolate Crepes There are times when I have to make desserts on short notice with minimal time available and basic ingredients from the pantry. When my wife was pregnant I was called on at any un- godly hour to whip up something in the middle of the night to satisfy a sweet craving. A pastry chef

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    • Chat with Tim Webster on 2UE

      After the wonderful write up in the Sydney Morning Herald Good living I was contacted by 2UE to have a chat with Tim Webster. Tim Webster has an informative lifestyle oriented afternoon show show on 2UE from 2pm to 6pm saturday and Sunday. He covers a diverse range of topics including food and wine and my

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    • Banana Bread & Butter Pudding as featured on 2UE with Tim Webster

      Banana Bread & Butter Puddings There is no better winter warmer comfort dessert than Bread & Butter pudding…It is so simple and fool proof to make but always a winner….It is a great way to use up any leftover Banana Bread…..Traditional recipes use sultanas but I think blueberries work just as well if not better….

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    • Pyrmont Markets

      Hi Guys we have been slow to get started but the journey will soon begin….Feel free to drop in to Pyrmont markets tomorrow for a visit…We have the Banana Bread stall there…come and say hello….Taste my award winning Banana Bread….

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    • Hello to all the budding foodies…..

      We will soon begin the journey of re-creating some of my favourite classic desserts and recipes……check my about page to learn a little about me…….. Bare with me as I learn more about how to make this online journey easier for everyone as my pastry skills are good but my online skills are forming…….Look forward

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