Anzac Biscuits.

ANZAC Biscuit Recipe

I make Anzac Biscuits every year on Anzac Day (26th April – Last Tuesday!) and so I thought I'd share my recipe. Anzac Day is celebrated by Australians and New Zealanders in order to remember those who died in service. These biscuits have an interesting (and also heavily contested) history. It is thought that they were the biscuit of choice to send in care packages to soldiers during WW2 due to their long shelf life. 

They are lovely sweet biscuit (egg free!) made from oats and golden syrup. Perfect for a snack or dunking into your cup of tea. I hope you enjoy these as much as I do! 


Why I Never Follow The Recipe.

Why I Never Follow the Recipe

So, what is the point of at recipe? A recipe is a teaching tool, a guide, a point of departure. You have to follow it exactly the first time you make the dish. But as you make it again and again, you will change it, you will massage it to fit your own taste, your own sense of aesthetic’. 

Wise words from Jacque Pepin (author of La Techniques)! I wholeheartedly agree with his thoughts but my attitude towards following a recipe is not nearly as noble. I could say that my inability to follow a recipe stems from a desire to make the dish fit my own interpretations and tastes but it all really boils down to fact that when it comes to making new dishes I am incredibly impulsive. 


Thoughts You Have When Picking Paint Colours.

Thoughts you have whn picking paint colours.

Over the last couple of weeks I have been furiously painting our new house in order for it to be ready for the new year. As I am a first time home owner/painter/DIY-er the whole process has been an experience!