Rippled Anzac Biscuits Cake!

Today’s inspiration came from a True Blue Aussie Culinary Delight…the Chocolate Ripple Cake.  This dessert is a cinch to make. But don’t be fooled by the simplicity of the is definitely one for Adults Only consumption. Enjoy!!! 1 tbsp instant coffee 1 1/2 tsp hot water 300ml cream 2 tbsp icing sugar, sifted 1 pkt (300g) […]

Berrylicious Lamingtons

hare & tortoise kitchen

In anticipation of all the fabulous festivities which will accompany Australia day, we have sparked up the creativity in the H&T Kitchen, and added little pizazz to the humble lamington. Bonzer!!!
Dinky-di (original) Lamingtons were first created through an accident at work by a maid-servant to Lord Lamington, the thoroughly-British (pommy) eighth Governor of Queensland.
The sheila (maid-servant) was working atGovernment House in Brisbanewhen she made a blue (mistake) by accidentally dropped the Governor’s favourite sponge cake into some melted chokkie (chocolate).
Lord Lamington suggested that it be dipped in coconut to cover the chocolate to avoid messy fingers.
The culinary result ofthe maid-servant’s error was proclaimed a magnificent success by all!The Governor however is on the record as calling them “those bloody poofy woolly biscuits“.
H&TKitchen’s lamingtons are gluten free. We have borrowed the sponge cake recipe fromJo Seagar’s “It’s Easier Than You Think

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