One of my favourite Christmas treats! Such a great way to use up some of your left over Christmas fruit cake.
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Springtime in the Dandenong Ranges is a beautiful - and delicious - time of year.
Make sure you have plenty of time to explore and wander this not so sleepy mountain town. If you are a tea lover, child at heart or pastry lover then
I imagine how Melburnians in the 1930s felt when they escape the bustle of the city.
Called Schwarzwderkirschtorte in German, the cake got its name from the traditional costume worn by women in the Black Forest.
Follow in the footsteps of early excursionists who left the city in their thousands seeking respite in the Dandenong Ranges.
A crazy name I know but these are some of the easiest delights you can make. So satisfying and so simple, the whole family will love these.
Spring is coming and turns our thoughts to entertaining after coming out of Winter hibernation and these delectable savoury morsels are perfect.
Guest Blogger - Tennille of Yarra Valley Life - writes an open letter to the team at The Independent