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Avocado, pink grapefruit and tamari almond salad | When avocado season kicks off in Southern NSW, Tim and Katrina Myers of Barham Avocados are flat out – busy not only picking their 2,500 avocado trees, but making avocado oil too. Katrina's family has been growing avocados at Horseshoe Bend on the Murray River for four generations and is widely recognised for its efforts. This isn't really a recipe, rather a quick assembly job. Either way, it's just beautiful, the perfect balance of acidic citru
Upside-down apple tart (tarte Tatin) | Originally invented by the Tatin sisters at the beginning of the 20th century, tarte tatin recipes have become a French classic. The classic apple tarte tatin recipe can also be done in many different variations with pear, banana, pineapple or mango. "This is a sticky, sweet and pretty damn decadent dessert that can stand up to quite an intense dessert wine. You want to make sure that the wine has good balance, which means plenty of natural acid to keep the
Carrot & cardamom cake | There is not much to say about this cake other than that it is my favourite. It keeps well and is perfect served with black coffee. This recipe is adapted from the bakery of the iconic Rosendal trädgården (a horticultural garden in front of Rosendal Palace) in Stockholm where they have been baking it for decades. The spices mixed with the carrot and creamy cheese frosting represents what many new Nordic desserts and sweets are all about: sweet and savoury working togethe
American Southern-style carrot cake | "I never thought the humble carrot cake could be taken to such a ridiculous level of indulgence. I was given this recipe by my good friend Pri who’s a huge fan of American-style home cooking and he’s been harassing me for ages to make it. It has all the hallmarks of great American baking - buttermilk, cinnamon, corn syrup and cream cheese, and oh my goodness, it’s heavenly with a capital 'H'. I have changed the original recipe a little, using butter instead
Pupusas | Pupusas are maize flour pancakes filled with various ingredients. The recipe is from El Salvador where the most popular are with refried beans, pork and cheese. Other versions may use a combination of prawns, zucchini, or spinach and cheese. Lilian Funes de Murga, owner and chef of Los Latinos restaurant in Melbourne, talks us through this recipe of her childhood, which she developed in Australia. "To me, this "eat with your hands" kind of dish screams out for something cold, crisp an
Southern baked cheese grits | Before I left my home in New Orleans for college, my mum handed me a beautiful blue-and-white book filled with old family recipes and dishes we’d cooked together throughout my childhood. I’d like to share with you a recipe from it, one for Southern baked cheese grits. This buttery dish has been a staple at our annual Christmas Eve fête for the last two decades, it’s creamy middle and crispy cheese topping the centrepiece of so much joy and so many memories. Although
Käsespätzle | This is carbohyrdrate heaven – a mix of flour, eggs and semolina that is flicked into boiling water to cook like pasta. In fact the word käsespätzle translates as little cheese sparrows, each piece of pasta a different shape. When cooked it’s mixed while still warm through a mountain of grated cheese and a generous amount of fried onion rings cooked in butter. The result is warm and wicked, full of stretchy cheese. Expatriate Nanna Dorn-Zachertz says while the dish is high in fat,
Wholewheat fettuccine with kale, caramelised onions and marinated goat’s cheese | There is a goat and sheep dairy farm in Victoria, Australia, called Meredith Dairy that makes the most amazing marinated cheese. It’s like a soft goat’s cheese but richer from the sheep’s milk, and it can transform pasta like no other cheese. In this recipe, I use my own Marinated Goat’s Cheese, inspired by Meredith Dairy, with great results. If you have neither of these cheeses, it also works well with a good soft
Stuffed zucchini flowers | You may expect stuffed zucchini flowers to be filled with a delicate mixture of cheese, then dipped in a tempura batter and fried for a crisp finish. This Greek recipe is a little different, featuring beef mince and rice, and flowers that are baked in a little tomato puree.
Beef burger with the lot | If you like your burgers big, bold and saucy, this is the recipe for you. With cheese, bacon, salad essentials (tomato and lettuce) and Worcestershire sauce-spiked beef patties, there's a lot of punchy flavours to go around. The best part? Your seeded bun will never go dry with the addition of mayo, American mustard and spicy tomato relish. Dig in!
Fried prawn pastries (pastel de camarão) | Pastels are served everywhere in Brazil and you'll find them served on the beach, at markets or during house parties. They aren't specific to any particular region and they come with all kinds of fillings: prawn, beef, ham and cheese, plain cheese, cheese and banana. This recipe is for prawn pastels, but you can fill them with whatever you like so why not experiment. Make ahead of time and freeze so when you have unexpected guests, simply fry