Monthly archive October, 2009
Andy Warhol - Upside-Down Banana Cake

Andy Warhol – Upside-Down Banana Cake

On this blog Andy Warhol is becoming synonymous with tasty cakes (see my recipe for Tomato Soup Cake). Upside-down banana cake has become my new favorite dessert recipe which could also double for a really decadent breakfast bread. The crumb is moist and dense and yielded a tasty cake that is dangerously addictive. Andy Warhol,...
Frédéric Bazille – Prawn Pho

Frédéric Bazille – Prawn Pho

I regret to admit that I am not adventurous when it comes to ordering from a menu. I tend to visit a restaurant because I have a craving for a particular meal and so, I cannot be easily dissuaded to impulsively try something new. Since my first taste of Phở I have yet to discover...
Edvard Munch – Pink Peppercorn Ice Cream & Bittersweet Chocolate Chip Cookies

Edvard Munch – Pink Peppercorn Ice Cream & Bittersweet Chocolate Chip Cookies

I am delighted to introduce my October blog collaborator, Siri from The Transplanted Baker. The title of her blog refers to Siri’s status as an American ex-pat living on the west coast of Norway. We decided to continue with the Norwegian theme with the art selection so we chose the famous painting The Scream by...
William Nicholson – Wild Mushroom Bread Pudding

William Nicholson – Wild Mushroom Bread Pudding

To prepare for the fast approaching beach weather here in Australia I have taken up running – even though the very idea is comical to those who know me well. I do not profess to be athletic in the slightest or even very coordinated for that matter (the first few recipes on this blog were...