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I live in sunny Brisbane, Australia with my husband and am recently retired from the Public Service.  I am a mad foodie and obsessive reader of all manner of books including cookbooks.

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2 comments:

  1. Hi Sherry,
    Love your website and your recipes – and I wanted to tell you about my project. It’s called Food is Love, and I’m putting together a website with the recipes and life stories of Jewish grandmothers who survived WWII. I film and photograph them with their grandchildren, so it’s food and also history, and family. www.foodislove.co You commented on Not Quite Nigella’s sour cherry and chocolate cake, the luscious Passover cake made by Eva Grinston. It came for my film Taste of Memory.
    http://www.abc.net.au/compass/s4191928.htm The website is still a work in progress, but I’d love it if you could take a look. Eva Grinston's story is there, a long with more recipes.

    Just starting a blog where 5 women in kitchens around Australia [and some overseas too!] try to reproduce the grandmothers recipes! http://www.foodislove.co/blog-1/ Best, Irris fb: Food is Love Australia twitter: @irris

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    1. hi there Irris,
      thanks for your comment. I will definitely take a look at your blog.
      cheers
      sherry

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