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Homemade at Dani’s: Lychee Toffee Pops

Unless your name is Heston Blumenthal, it’s pretty much impossible to invent a new dish. It seems that almost everything in the culinary world has been done before. But I guess that was probably what people in the 1950′s thought about music until The Beatles changed all that! Now I’m not saying that I’m like […]

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Homemade at Dani’s: Crispy Rice Paper Rolls

I wish inventors would hurry up and create push-button instant travel because it would mean that I would be able to have lunch in Hanoi everyday. Instead I have to settle for recreating magical Vietnamese flavours at home, which isn’t a bad thing because it’s my favourite cuisine to cook and eat. It’s pretty hard […]

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Homemade at Dani’s: Cake Pop Caterpillar

The third episode of Homemade at Dani’s is inspired by one of my all-time favourite childhood books ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ written by Eric Carle. In some ways I can see myself in this little caterpillar as I often eat way too much for my own good and then feel all sorry for myself. I’m […]

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Homemade at Dani’s: Sri Lankan Pumpkin Curry

I can’t get enough of curry. I would eat it for breakfast everyday if I could. I love the complexity of curries and how diverse they are within Asia and around the World. When I was I was growing up one of my favourite meals was mum’s ‘curry’ made up of minced beef sprinkled with Keens […]

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Homemade at Dani’s: Tea Cup Creme Brûlée

I’m exited to share with you the very first episode of my new web series Homemade at Dani’s featuring a Tea Cup Creme Brûlée. This series will reveal a little bit more about me through yummy homestyle recipes and personal stories from my very own kitchen in the Yarra Valley. I hope that you enjoy […]

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