Cooking memories are powerful. The days you spent in the kitchen with your grandmother are ones you will never forget. In this book, Our style readers share their family recipes, and the stories of those who made them. Click here for Sue’s all-in-one chocolate cake recipe (pictured). Click through for a selection of recipes from the book.
Photographer: Lisa CohenStylist: Lee Blaylock
Ninety-three-year-old former truck driver, Bill Bevan (pictured), makes the fluffiest, most delicious sponge on the NSW south coast - and quite possibly Australia. Until recently, he baked something once a fortnight to take to his Community Men’s Shed for morning tea. Click here for his passionfruit sponge cake recipe.Photographer: Craig WallStylist: Geraldine Muñoz
Creative young cook, Kathryn Vincent, revived and updated her beloved Grandma Jean's pavlova recipe (Jean is pictured holding Kathryn's father). Click here for her recipe.Photographer: Lisa CohenStylist: Lee Blaylock
Baking this Dutch apple tart keeps Lillian van der Veen in touch with her Grandma Lien in Holland (pictured together). "No-one ever goes hungry at Oma’s house!" Lillian assures. Click here for her recipe.Photographer: Craig WallStylist: Geraldine Muñoz
This simple raspberry slice recipe has been a family favourite for more than 80 years and has raised money for numerous Australian charities. Helen Mochrie inherited it from her mum, Doris Richardson, pictured. Click here for her recipe.Photographer: Lisa CohenStylist: Lee Blaylock
A collection of beloved family recipes and the stories behind them.