Mulberry Jam

October 21, 2016
In the 18th and 19th centuries, a strong desire for silk meant that mulberry trees – food of the silkworm – were planted in almost every Italian garden. Today these ancient, gnarled trees still stand, […]

At home with… Katherine Sabbath

May 26, 2016
Professional baker, Newtowner and former history teacher, Katherine Sabbath has returned a sense of wonder and whimsy to Sydney with her ingenious cake creations. What prompted you to first start baking? I developed my wild […]

Cherry Bombs

May 26, 2016
The Internet is choc-a-block full of recipes for ‘balls’. Bliss balls, energy balls, protein balls – whatever you call them, they are undeniably fashionable right now. Many of the recipes I’ve tried are a tad […]

Healthy cherry muffins

February 16, 2014
This muffin recipe courtesy of Aussie Cherries and Trim’s Fresh is not only low fat, but quick and easy to prepare – in fact we predict you will have mixed, baked and eaten your first […]