About Andrea

I live in Darwin where there are only 2 seasons the wet, and the dry. I love to cook and bake- but sometimes struggle with the environment.  

I spent a large part of my childhood in the U.S.  I still love many American style foods.  

Darwin is a great melting pot of cultures and foods.  Just don’t try to make puff pastry in December!

7 responses to “About Andrea

  1. Welcome to the blogosphere. I look forward to seeing what you bake!

  2. Hi,
    I love finding other Australian bloggers.
    Great blog!

  3. sugarmamabakingco

    Oh my goodness! I love that you have a picture with Rambutan fruit in your header graphic! I have missed that fruit so much and can’t find it anywhere in the US… I look forward to reading your blog!
    Candace

  4. Hi Andrea

    I LOVE your recipe for lychee cakes.

    I am in the process of building a new website based on unusual recipes to cook with children

    Could you post your recipe into my forum ?? http://www.heidiskitchen.com/userimages/forum.htm

    By doing this I will provide you with a direct feed back to your recipe – whilst addign a fantastic recipe to my site. 😉

    Win win !

    thanks

    Heidi

  5. Hi Andrea, I See the pict of tropical fruit on your web. May I ask that where you buy water spinach, Asian vegetable? we can plant it in Australia? which mean you cooking with it?

  6. Hi Andrea. You’ll find QA a brilliant learning tool. blogging is an efficient way to keep track of your progress, so worth it if you can.

    Sadly, I don’t (can’t) cook – but I did make a batch of Japanese pancakes tonight which weren’t a disaster.

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