Tag Archives: tea-time

Brandy Snaps

Another offering from the Lyle’s Golden Cookbook from the archive dating back a mere thirty years comes this classic recipe. Often considered ‘difficult’ or ‘bothersome’ to make, the brandy snap is still a tea-time favourite that is well worth the … Continue reading

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The New Zealand Experience

The cuisine of New Zealand relies primarily on local ingredients and seasonal variations. An island nation with an agricultural economy that yields produce from both land and sea. Pâkehâ settlers were European emigrants who emigrated to New Zealand, more specifically … Continue reading

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Saving the Summer

Little Drops of Sunshine The preserving of fruit in sugar started in the Middle East several thousand years ago. It began with earthenware or fired clay pots that were then sealed tight with bees wax. This was by no means … Continue reading

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