Walnut butter biscuits

IMG_2106copyAs you all know, this month’s feature cookbook by The Cookbook Guru is: The Complete Margaret Fulton Cookbook.  My last post from this cookbook featured the old favourites Burnt Butter Biscuits.  In that post, I mentioned I thought the sweet section of the book had stood the test of time better than the savoury.  Not to be a defeatist, I made the Spiced Beef on page 153 of the 1974 edition.  It tasted pretty good but it was supposed to be eaten as a cold meat and Maus and I had it hot with vegies.  And, even though I used the ingredients as listed, I didn’t follow the instruction too closely,  All in all, not post worthy.

So, back to the biscuit chapter I went.  There are lots of opportunities there.  I showed it to Maus and told her to choose a biscuit recipe she would like me to make but …. she got the answer wrong so I chose one myself. 🙂 Continue reading

Garibaldi Biscuits

I was browsing the cookbook shelves of a large department store not so long ago and I came across The Australian Women’s Weekly’s latest contribution – The Country Collection.  It is a beautifully photographed book with a lovely baking section.  There are lots of recipes for the types of biscuits and cakes I remember eating as a child.  It wasn’t particularly expensive and, before I knew it, I was at the cash register:  cha-ching and it was mine. Continue reading