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"This really is an exceptionally good cake. The cake is generous, the texture is very light, and the flavours of citrus, coconut and almond came through harmoniously. I used home-made greek yogurt as the base of the cake and was very happy with the result.I used the zest of one meyer lemon and one navel orange in my version, and used 2 tblespns o..."
Jul 19, 2009 on Food.com
"These are fantastic - more cake than muffin, gorgeous flavours and good, light texture.I creamed the orange rind with the butter and sugar, as I think this brings out the flavour a little more. I also crushed up a bar of Green and Black's Maya Gold chocolate which is slightly spiced with orange.This will be a favourite recipe, thanks!"
Jul 5, 2009 on Food.com
"This cornbread is beautifully light, has a great texture and nice flavour.I made a half batch, which was more than enough for my small family. I am not fond of sweet breads, so I substituted the mashed kernels of one ear of corn for the sugar - it gave a nice balance of sweet and savoury.Thanks for a great recipe."
Apr 29, 2009 on Food.com
"This is one of my favorite veges, and the soup pays it homage - beautiful.Because this is an indulgent ingredient, I topped the soup with garlic-sauteed king prawns and a swirl of truffle oil. The saltiness of the prawns and the fragrance of the oil married brilliantly with this soup."
Apr 21, 2009 on Food.com
"lovely, quick and delicious. I halved the cream and replaced it with a dry white wine (unwooded chardonnay and reduced the sauce so it was thick enough to coat the pasta. I also chopped through some pitted queen (green olives for piquancy."
Jan 7, 2008 on Food.com
"Very simple to put together and universally lapped up by the whole family. The aromas while cooking were wonderful. I added the extra beans as well, and we topped the chili with a salsa of chopped green onions and coriander leaves. I served this with polenta - a great match. Thanks - now a family favorite."
Jan 6, 2008 on Food.com