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This recipe comes from the Taste.com website. Ingredients Cooking oil spray 140g (1 cup) pitted dates 100g (1/2 cup) red glace cherries 100g (1/2 cup) soft dried figs 55g (1/4 cup) crystallised ginger 80g (1/2 cup) blanched whole almonds 80g (1/2 cup) Brazil nuts 90g (3/4 cup) pecans 300g dark chocolate (70% cocoa solids) 1 [...]
People with digestion problems are usually always looking for food that won’t burden their stomachs. The same goes for older people because the efficiency of digestion tends to decrease significantly with age. So, if you are currently having trouble digesting your food, then you might want to make changes in your diet, too. In this [...]
I’ve only very recently discovered the lovely blog Thoroughly Nourished Life by Brisbane writer, Amy. A truly fulfilling mix of cooking, philosophy, and prose.
If you’re looking for a blog that combines food, travel, and home farming – with luscious photos to boot – then go no further than Strayed from the Table. Lizzie and Roy share their experiences on the farm, and the delicious meals it produces on this candid and informative gallery.
Délicieux, euse [adj]: delicious, delightful. I discovered Delicieux through the food blog Gastronomy Gal. And the name says it all.
I discovered Cauldrons and Cupcakes through my day job as a project coordinator and cultural producer for writerly type things. Nicole was a participant in one of the programs I was managing and I came to know her great writerly skill, wicked sense of humour, and generous spirit – I also discovered her blog, Cauldrons [...]
Welcome to Queensland Writers Week! Food Tales is excited to be a part of the open-source festival and is committed to reviewing a Queensland food blog for every day of Queensland Writers Week. First off the rank: Gastronomy Gal
Food Tales is very pleased to announce that we’ll be participating in the annual Queensland Writers Week, open-source festival from Monday 8 – Sunday 14 October.
For many years the Japanese kitchen remained a mystery to many people, and it was only until Sushi restaurants began to appear, did the concept of eating Japanese food begin to capture the imagination of an increasing number of people, simply because Japanese food has its own distinctive tastes and appearance, is healthy and basically [...]
Queensland Best-Selling Author of The Pram Diet, Rebecca Mugridge, is creating one recipe per week for a year through an innovative agreement with Maleny Supa IGA!