It's been months and finally I have found time to write another post. Earlier this year I volunteered to be the fundraising officer at Evangeline's kindergarten. Me being me decided to do something different than the usual mothers day/fathers day fundraiser and put all my energy in producing a kindergarten cookbook.
Our little kindergarten of about 120 children is very multicultural. Thanks to the kinder parents I have collated over 160 recipes from all over the world and even recipes from our wonderful local South Yarra and Prahran eateries. We have basically covered all continents. We have a wonderful Indonesian duck dish, an vegetarian Ethiopian casserole, an Indian dessert called Gulab Jamun, a U.S Sloppy Joe, Turkish meatballs, Serbian Gibanica and even a Greek lamb on the spit. The list goes on!!!
I feel like my whole life has been taken over by this cookbook. It seriously has been like a pregnancy..so excited at the thought of it and enjoying the ride, then getting into the nesting phase which in this case was collating the recipes, editing and organising photos etc then to "Get this thing out of me!!!" stage...which is where I am now. LOL.... Lucky I had a wonderful mum, Polly from Piccolo and Peony to help out with the photo collages!
As we didn't get any Aussie recipes the fundraising team included an Anzac biscuit recipe. Easy and delicious and so easy for kids to make. It was great for the kids with egg allergies as well.
Now how to Greekify this yummy biscuit...Make an ice-cream biscuit with vissino glyko of course!!!