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Annie's oat bran scones
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A Grain of Salt
Salt seasons and preserves our food, but too much will ruin it. In recent years salt has gone from hum-drum finely milled table salt to flakes of finesse, so, what’s the difference?
There are three basic methods of salt production each used from ancient times.Read More
A number of nuts are prized for their flavour as oils, many of which will be stronger if the nuts have been toasted before pressing to obtain the oil.
Expensive nut oils include walnut, hazelnut, almond, and macadamia nut, all of which are usually cold pressed.
Less expensiv ...Read More
The Big Apple
As legends go, the apple appears regularly and it’s often associated with sex! It got Adam and Eve into all sorts of trouble, was considered an aphrodisiac for the Romans and Greeks and a symbol of fertility for the Celts!
When talking apples, New Zealand is considered a world power ...Read More