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Cumquat and blood orange marmalade
Cumquat and blood orange marmalade

19. November 2018

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When my parents visited last time, with them (among all manner of lovely treats from home) came a bag full of beautiful blood oranges from their greenhouse. There's something about blood oranges that makes ...

Baked Leeks Two Ways
Baked Leeks Two Ways

20. August 2018

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Some days are cheese-sauce kind of days. Cold, wintery days call for warm, comforting (cheesy) food and baked leeks in cheese sauce really do fit the bill. Hearty and nostalgic (at least for me), here ...

Rhubarb Tarte Tatin
Rhubarb Tarte Tatin

14. May 2018

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Up in the mountains, winter has hit in full force. This week it has felt not so much like a cold ‘snap’, but a cold whack in the face. It’s decidedly nippy and the wind has been fierce. Beautiful orange, ...

Smoked Trout Rillettes
Smoked Trout Rillettes

11. November 2017

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Smoked trout, crème fraîche, lemon, fresh crusty bread… I mean really, does it get any better? Ok, ok – maybe throw in a glass (bottle) of chilled bubbles or a crisp cider and we’re really talking heaven.I've ...

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Hello! I’m Tilly — a cook, stylist, maker, and mum with a keen interest in photography and words, based in the Blue Mountains, Australia.

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Cumquat and blood orange marmalade

Cumquat and blood orange marmalade

When my parents visited last time, with them (among all manner of lovely treats from home) came a bag full of beautiful blood oranges from their greenhouse. There's something about blood oranges that makes them seem very precious to me - maybe it's their short season, or glorious ruby-colour, but whatever it is, I always feel pressure to treat them with respect and use them wisely.
19. November 2018/by Tilly Pamment
Tilly's Table - Baked Leeks Two Ways

Baked Leeks Two Ways

When I was little, for a treat my mum would occasionally buy some lovely fat leeks, wrap them in ham and bake them in a cheesy white sauce. I remember it being a pretty special dinner (leeks were expensive!) and one that was a favourite of mine and my brothers – I mean, what could be better than sweet baked leeks and ham in bubbling cheese sauce…?

This is my take on mum’s recipe (really just with an added crunchy breadcrumb topping). Perfect winter fare.
20. August 2018/by Tilly Pamment
Tilly's Table - Rhubarb Tarte Tatin

Rhubarb Tarte Tatin

Up in the mountains, winter has hit in full force. This week it has felt not so much like a cold ‘snap’, but a cold whack in the face. It’s decidedly nippy and the wind has been fierce...
14. May 2018/by Tilly Pamment

Smoked Trout Rillettes

Smoked trout, crème fraîche, lemon, fresh crusty bread… I mean really, does it get any better? Ok, ok – maybe throw in a glass (bottle) of chilled ...
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