You can read Stephanie's article, and what I said in response to her question, in Daily Life here.
So what do you think of the dinner party?
|Once you have made the red velvet brownie mixture|
and the cheesecake mixture, separately, place the red velvet
mixture in your tin, then gently place the cheesecake mixture on top
|Make sure you leave a little left over red velvet brownie mixture|
so you can make beautiful swirls on top.
|I used a chopstick and had fun making swirls out of the amazing|
red velvet brownie mixture in a backdrop of creamy cheesecake mixture.
Red velvet cheesecake brownie
thanks to Lick the Spoon blog
|Turkish sausage rolls, drizzled with pomegranate molasses|
|Rolling up the sausage roll. You can see where I cut|
the pastry to make up one roll.
|Sausage rolls ready for the oven. I scored the pastry|
for ease in cutting once cooked.
|Turkish sausage rolls - so simple, so yummy!|
|My father's legacy to Brisbane's culinary history on a menu from The Clansmen, 1980.|
|The front of an old Clansmen menu with the history of the past residents of the house.|
|Inside one of the Clansmen menus from 1980. Check out the prices.|
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|The gas stove and electric oven in our rental property|
|The non-working oven and stove top|
|My beloved installing the new oven|
|Chocolate & hazelnut torta|
|Roasted, then peeled hazelnuts|
|coarsely ground hazelnuts|
|Gently melting chocolate|
|Beaten butter and sugar|
|Melted chocolate added to the butter and sugar|
|Crack your eggs in a separate dish, just in case|
you get a bad one.
|Torta mixture all ready to go in cake pan|
|My beautifully clean oven inside|