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Rum Ball Recipe
Ingredients 250g crushed biscuits 395g condensed milk ¼ cocoa 1 cup coconut 1 ½ tbs rum 1 cup coconut Method Combine all the ingredients in a large bowl using your hands until it creates an even mixture. Wet your hands and roll the mixture into small balls. Each ball should...
Mushroom Risotto Recipe
Mushroom Risotto Serves: 4 Ingredients: • 200g fresh button mushrooms, sliced and washed • ½ white onion, finely chopped • 45g butter • 1 clove of garlic, chopped • 1 sprig of fresh thyme • 20ml thickened cream • 250g Arborio rice • 200ml white wine • 120g grated Parmesan...
Easter Food Pairing
White wine usually comes to mind when we consider pairing with seafood, but did you know that certain wines go better with certain fish types? If you’re dining on mild flavoured flaky white fish, perhaps sea bass, flounder or perch you should look for zesty and refreshing white wines to...
New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc Specials
Always a crowd pleasing favorite, New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc continues to be the white wine of choice for a lot of us Aussies (male and female alike), with Valentine’s Day approaching these two wines are great examples of classic Marlborough wines and over deliver on fruit and citrusy notes. Ride-On...
Belgian Beer
The Belgians are famous for their beer and rightly so - the country boasts close to 200 breweries and a history of producing probably the most varied range of beers in the world, estimated to be over 1,000. Sold in bottles and intended to be drunk from specific glasses to...
Chinese Beer
China may only have rediscovered beer towards the end of the 19th century (after a hiatus that lasted around two centuries) but they are certainly making up for that now. Beer consumption in the country has grown exponentially and it is set to become the world’s biggest beer market by...
Japanense Beer
Think Japan, think sake, right? You may be surprised to hear that beer is Japan’s favoured alcoholic beverage by quite a margin, despite the fact that it is not a native product. Imported by the Dutch in the 17th century, with local brewing only beginning in the early 19th century,...
Irish Beer
The Irish love a good Guinness... and Jamesons... and Baileys... and Bulmers cider... In fact, the Irish love a good drink, full stop. But it is beer that the Irish really excel at, only rivalled by its mighty whiskey. Ireland is just behind the great beer drinking nations of the...

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