Pumpkin Scones are such an institution here in Australia. It seems almost unpatriotic to not like Pumpkin Scones or at least scones of any type. Add a little Italian twist with a delicious Mascarpone cream along with your favourite jam and this is a winner for...read more
Italian Apple Pie with no fail pastry is always going to be popular. Take apples douse them in cinnamon, sugar and butter, put them into a easy, buttery pastry case and bake until golden brown. Perfection and so is the pastry. Need a quick dessert? I found this recipe...read more
This Homemade Granola has been a staple at our family breakfast table for a very long time. It's simple, wholesome and tasty which is just what Homemade Granola should be. I like it with tangy Greek yogurt, fresh fruit and a drizzle of local honey. Very rarely will...read more
Italian Sweet and Sour Peppers or Agrodolce di Peperoni are delicious and easy to prepare. Make double the amount, keep it in the fridge for a quick lunch or side dish. This recipe is adapted from Gennaro Contaldo's Passione. His recipe only used two peppers but if...read more
The making of this Lime and Blueberry Syrup cake was one of those serendipitous moments that happen when baking goes wrong but then turns out well. This is tangy and fruity and everything I wanted this cake to be but almost wasn't. Olive oil and yogurt cakes are one...read more
Panettone French Toast is a delicious alternative to simply toasting your panettone which in itself is delicious too! But this Panettone French Toast is whip up in a jiffy and the toasty crust in contrast to the soft, custardy inside is just wonderful especially when...read more
My little kitchen is in the middle of the sugarcane fields of far north Queensland, Australia. I hope to inspire you to cook and bake like an Italian.
Italians cook from the heart and for the love of those we feed.