Posts Tagged ‘Cookbook’

Apple & Almond Frangipane Tarts

Apple & Almond Frangipane Tarts I must have made thousands of these in my early days as a chef, and no wonder. The buttery puff pastry is topped with a luscious almond cream and thinly sliced apple, then baked until

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Our French-Influenced Fried Rice

Our French-Influenced Fried Rice I know that there are hundreds of versions of fried rice out there but this version, not surprisingly, has a little French influence: butter! There is a reason this simple ingredient is a chef’s secret weapon.

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Duck-Fat Potatoes with Garlic & Rosemary

Duck-Fat Potatoes with Garlic & Rosemary Crisp golden potatoes are probably the one vegetable accompaniment that everyone loves – no matter what shape or form they come in. While the garlic and rosemary certainly add to the flavour of this

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Giveaway: More Please! & O’leary Walker Riesling

Joyeux Noël! As a thank you for your support this past year I have three holiday gift packs to give away. Each pack includes a copy of my new book, More Please!, and a bottle of O’leary Walker Riesling —

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More Please! Book Tour Dates

Many of you have asked if I’m doing a book signing tour for my new book, More Please!. The answer is yes, of course! The confirmed dates are below, however there may be slight changes in times so please check

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More Please!

I’m so excited for my latest book and I can’t wait to share my favourite meals with you! Scheduled for release on 28 October 2016, the book will be in stores in Australia from 1 November. IN-MARKET UPDATE: In Australia:

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Joyeux Noel 2014

Once again another year seems to have flown by, but it was one filled with new projects, good food, exciting news and even a bit of extra travel. I started 2014 in Malaysia, the birth country of my fiancée, and

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Tomato, Goats Feta and Basil Quiche with Shortcrust Pastry

Quiche tomate cerise, basilic et fromage de feta I enjoy quiches straight out of the oven, as well as cold the next day. Just make sure you don’t overcook your quiche to keep it lovely and moist, otherwise it won’t

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