Posts in dessert
Lemon Meringue Recipe

The new year welcomed the #20182019 students to Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine. Over the next few months, I plan to introduce you to our current students. Each of them will share their own family-favourite recipe with you and we’d all be grateful if you’d try the recipes and then email the school with your comments. Courtney Stuart chose to share her lemon meringue pie. It was so delicious that it was flattened before our eyes soon after Karen Edwards had taken the last photograph.

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Jelly and Custard South African Weber Trifle

In conversations at the school, no celebration is a celebration without: Jelly and Custard... and I believe over the festive time a good-old Trifle, so here is my South African Weber Trifle recipe.

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Granadilla Tart with Romany Biscuit Base & Italian Meringue

For those with a seriously sweet tooth. Italian meringue is smooth and glossy; to make it, you need a sugar thermometer. Did you know that in baking, ‘romany’ is a term used to describe a chocolate-coconut biscuit?

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Frozen Waffle Ice Cream Cake

My frozen-waffle recipe and the no-churn ice cream creates an ice-cream cake that promises to impress. This dish is dedicated to my mother who often has a craving for these sort of ice creams, the wafer type – and sometimes even stops over at a filling-station shop to satisfy her longing.

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Rose Apple Pie

Elaine Boshoff’s rose apple pie that she created recently looks as delectable as it tasted. Served with an indulgent dollop of cream it can be enjoyed for breakfast or tea, or as dessert after lunch or dinner. Elaine is my support and the go-to person at Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine.

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