ANZAC Biscuits

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What are the origins of an ANZAC biscuit? With ANZAC day coming up shortly have you ever thought how the Australians at Gallipoli made ANZAC biscuits? ANZAC biscuits (as we know it) were also known as ANZAC Wafer or ANZAC Tile but more commonly hard tack. While they were fighting …

Easter Food

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After a long sultry summer here in Perth, it seems we all love these spectacular autumn days. It is especially welcoming knowing that the Easter holidays are around the corner. This weekend some families around the country shall celebrate the Christian holiday of Easter, while others will celebrate the Jewish …

Chefs inspire kids in the kitchen – The West Australian

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Chef Sophie Budd with Griffin (14) and Abigail (9) Woodhouse.Picture: Iain Gillespie Cooking is fun. It’s a bit like painting or drawing. You start with an idea and use different materials and techniques to achieve your result. Whether it’s pencils, crayons and paints in the classroom, or salmon, strawberries and …

Building connections through food

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How do you communicate without talking? By using your other senses, especially those that tantalise the taste buds. Featured by Connect Hearing in an article about non-verbal communication for couples and families with hearing loss, Taste Budds Cooking Studio helps you to do just that. Owner, Chef Sophie Budd, has …