My family had the cheesecake for Christmas Eve dinner. It was a perfect end to a great meal, very creamy but not heavy, and the berries were a clever addition to give it a lift. We’d be happy to have it again.
Growing up baking was something i did with my sister almost every week as a way to have something sweet in the house. Usually a chocolate cake, dusted with some icing sugar and a scoop of vanilla ice cream! Moving to London from Sydney, meant that I missed out on all the yummy home baked cakes my mum and sister would make! This inspired me to bake in London for friends who would come over, influenced by the travels I did over the weekend. What started off as a void, missing home baked cakes while living in London, has now become a way for me to share my love for baking with the community around me! Focusing mainly on cheesecakes influenced by my favourite travel destinations in world.
How would you describe your cooking style?
Generally just give different recipes a go and add my own touch! Why do you love cooking? Why is it important to you?
Cooking creates a culture of giving and receiving positive energy to the people around you. Cooking helps create time for hanging out with family and friends, having fun, and making memories that you will keep for the rest of your life. Not only does it provide an opportunity to bond with friends and family, but there's a self-care element in cooking. The actual act of making sustenance for yourself and taking the time to feed your body is significant.
Why are you a part of FoodSt?
Its a brilliant concept, supporting home cooks who have a love for cooking, and sharing that love with the community. Qualification: Food Safety Supervisor Certificate