Nadine Ingram’s giant Anzac biscuits Nadine Ingram, the founder of Sydney’s cult-status bakery Flour and Stone, likes her Anzacs slightly crispier, extra coconutty and XL-sized. “There are many inferior competitors to rival the Anzac biscuit, but none that evoke such a sense of home and country,” she says. … [Read more...] about Chewy or crisp? Which Anzac biscuit recipe should you bake?
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For optimum sticky gingerbread, be sure not to roll the dough too thin and keep an eye on the cooking time – too little and you’ll end up with raw gingerbread, too long and you’ll lose the bread in the gingerbread. The chopped stem ginger adds to the flavour and stickiness. … [Read more...] about Gingerbread trees with clementine and ginger syrup icing – recipe