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Recipe: Ginger Biscotti #recipe #baking

This is another recipe from Annabel Langbein’s Simple Pleasures. I’ve been working my way through this book and found dozens of tempting recipes to try. This one for ginger biscotti was a real winner. I’ve tried biscotti recipes before, but this one was the best of...

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Ginger and Pepper Biscuits

I found this recipe when I was flicking through a cook book by Allyson Gofton, a chef who used to be a familiar face on New Zealand television. The combination of ginger and pepper sounded interesting, and I decided to give them a try. The result was a crisp and...

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Oaty Ginger Crunch

When I was a child my father used to receive a gift of crystalized ginger, dried fruit and nuts every Christmas. I hated, and still dislike, the dried figs component, and I wasn’t very keen on the ginger either. That has changed over time, and as I’ve grown older I’ve...

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Recipe: Ginger Oat Slice

This is a new to me recipe from Robyn Martin’s book called Bake. Ingredients: 150 grams butter (5 oz) 1/4 cup golden syrup 1/2 cup brown sugar 1/2 cup coconut 1 1/2 cups wholegrain oats (that’s oatmeal to Americans) 1/2 cup wholemeal flour 1 1/2 teaspoons baking...

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Recipe: Ginger Slice

This is a recipe I discovered in an Australian cookbook titled Country Women’s Association, Biscuits and Slices. I’m such a fan of ginger and simply had to try making the slice. The results were excellent, and it’s one that I’ll make again in the future. The scent of...

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Talking Gingerly

I've been thinking about ginger recently, mainly because in our local reality show, Nestle's Hottest Home Baker, most of the contestants used ginger when they cooked their signature dishes last week. I like ginger and decided it would make a great topic for my...

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