There's something about food that just makes us happy. It could be the way it looks, smells, or tastes. Or maybe it's the memories we associate with certain dishes. Whatever the reason, we can all agree that food is one of life's greatest joys. That's why we're always on the lookout for new and exciting recipes to try. Whether it's a complicated dish from a Michelin-starred chef or a simple comfort food from our childhood, we're always looking to add new tastes to our repertoire. Of course, there are some foods that are just universally loved. Dishes like pizza and ice cream have a special place in our hearts (and stomachs). No matter how many times we've had them, we can't help but crave them again and again. So what is it about food that makes us love it so much? Is it the way it makes us feel? The memories it brings back? The taste? We may never know for sure. But one thing is for sure: food will always have a special place in our lives.
Still doing some test baking of the Sweet Lupin product kindly supplied by David from The Lupin Co here in Western Australia, During the 1960’s a very clever man named Dr John Gladstone from University of Western Australia (UWA), developed one of the first commercial lupin varieties especially for the Australian environment.This breakthrough changed the agricultural landscape
For those who are not into complicated baking recipes but want to impress friends, here is a great idea: Oreo balls. All you need is a food processor, Oreo cookies and cream cheese. The real step that takes them to a higher level is covering them with chocolate, and yes you can use compound chocolate…
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Remember when I said not to use stainless steel for baking bread in the air fryer? Well, on second thought, I decided to take advantage of its relatively lower thermal conductivity to improve my bakes. By adding a tiny extra step, the dough now has more time to rise and bloom in the air fryer. The result? Bread that develops a grigne similar to what you would get from a