Christmas Cookbooks – Part 2


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5 Responses

  1. Kieran says:

    Thanks for the mention, Caroline, and thanks for the cookbook tips! I have the Chocolate and Zucchini book. It’s all you say!

  2. Laura says:

    Happy New Year Caroline and congratulations on completing the Ballymaloe course! I’m really looking forward to Kieran’s book too and thanks for the cookbook recommendations, I have a few already but could always use a few more. I think Dennis Cotter’s new book will be my bible for 2008!

  3. barbara says:

    Hi Caroline I hope you had a nice Christmas and New Year. I am an Aussie again. Yay.

  4. Hi all – finally back. Thanks for noticing that I wasn’t here, Lorraine!Kieran and Laura – glad to hear that you enjoyed the cookbook write up. After my recent trip to NZ I’ve a couple of great ones to try out so must get back to reviewing.Barbara – enjoyed Christmas and New Year but January was really topped off properly by a quick trip to NZ. We exchanged icy roads and frozen cars for 25+ degrees, blue skies and sunscreen. Sounds like you’re really enjoying the benefits of being back in Australia, especially mangos! I spent the time in NZ just gorging myself on seasonal fruit and salads – no raspberry, plum, boysenberry, strawberry, sun-warmed tomato or avocado was safe from me over the last few weeks.

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