Monthly Archives: January 2010

Happy Australia Day!

Today I made lamingtons for morning tea. These aren’t my lamingtons.  But mine were just as aesthetically pleasing! So what does Australia day mean? It’s a nice public holiday. It’s also during a time of the year that usually means … Continue reading

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New Year’s Eve

Because it wasn’t cold enough in Oxford, we went north to York for NYE 2009.  We purchased a hoard of fireworks, which Kate thoroughly enjoyed setting off out the back of Danielle and Roger’s house.  I had a big rocket … Continue reading

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Christmas Goose

In true Australian style (and on Kate’s suggestion) I roasted our Christmas goose on Webster, my Webber BBQ.  Goose is a fatty bird, from our 4.2 kg bird, we got around 900 mL of goose fat.  Even with the fat … Continue reading

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gone south for the winter

as it’s a little bit cold in Oxford at the moment (read snowing…) we’ve headed south. to the south of spain. Malaga to be precise. thiis southern spanish port is known for many things, including a particular wine- but let … Continue reading

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