Grace’s recipe appears in Golden Pen Magazine!

Grace's Tiramasu Recipe

My famous and delicious Tiramasu Recipe

I am delighted to be contributing to Golden Pen Magazine, an online magazine that seeks to pass on wisdom that all may experience a higher level of abundance.  This issue is very special, as it features the International GYN Awareness Day and many inspirational stories of Resilience and suicide prevention.  As we all know this week there was the Suicide Prevention Day and it is important that we are looking after those around us and asking are they okay.

Golden Pen Magazine Issue 4, 2012 - Resilience

So grab a copy of the magazine from http://goldenpen.com.au/buy-online or http://facebook.com/GoldenPenMagazine.  It is only $4.95 and includes the stories of people who have overcome so many things like rejection, post-natal depression, the grief of losing a child, cancer, MS, brain tumours and relationship betrayal.

Thank you to Hayley Solich, Publishing Editor of Golden Pen Magazine and the team for giving me this opportunity to share my recipes.  You can also find the recipes in my book, “The Butcher Who Bakes” and you can purchase a copy from my online shop or come into Foodworks Forrestfield.

Grace on The Couch TV – Butterfly Leg of Lamb Roast

 

Grace demonstrates how to bone out a leg of lamb to create a butterfly leg of lamb roast.  Having attended the filming of this program and getting to taste this roast, it was magnificent.

How to bone out the leg of lamb is in her book, The Butcher Who Bakes, available now from the shop.

Grace published in Golden Pen Magazine

Front CoverGrace’s recipe Fettuccine Pasta Bake has been featured in Golden Pen Magazine’s Issue 1, 2012.

Grace will be contributing to the magazine on a regular basis.

Here is a preview of the video that appears inside the magazine.

Grace’s recipe appears alongside Dr Jenny Brockis article, “Nourishing Your Mind” and Barbara Kendell’s article, “Gladiator Rebel’s 4 mins Happy Routines”.

 

How to Make Lambs Fry and Bacon

Grace shows us here how to cook a delicious lambs fry and bacon meal. This recipe is included in The Butcher Who Bakes. Get your copy now.

Lovely demi merringues with berries…

This stunning dish that has your guests gasping in delight is super easy to prepare and just looks and tastes sensational. Check out how quick this dish is and it’s just one of those desserts you can literally keep in the cupboard.

Grace’s Fabulous Warm Chicken Dip

This recipe is absolute magic and perfect for entertaining and a must for those cold nights when your friends drop over and you just need a little gap filler.

The full recipe can be found inside The Butcher Who Bakes on pages 26-27.

Get your copy of The Butcher Who Bakes now…

 

The Butcher Who Bakes Cookbook – Soft Cover
AU$29.95
The Butcher Who Bakes – Hard Cover
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Another great recipe from Grace – Stuffed Baked Capsicums

Grace shows us how to make baked capsicums. This recipe is in The Butcher Who Bakes.

The Butcher Who Bakes Cookbook – Soft Cover
AU$29.95
The Butcher Who Bakes – Hard Cover
AU$34.99

Meet The Butcher Who Bakes – Aurora Foxtel – The Couch Program

Grace Maiolo was a special guest on The Couch, interviewed by Fred, where she shared three of her favourite recipes, Jappy Beef, Trifle and Berries & Crepes.

Check out the video now.

Get your copy of The Butcher Who Bakes now…

The Butcher Who Bakes Cookbook – Soft Cover
AU$29.95
The Butcher Who Bakes – Hard Cover
AU$34.99

How to create Rockmelon Alla Grace with The Butcher Who Bakes

Grace demonstrates how to prepare your rockmelon as a fabulous, fresh dessert that cleanses the palate.

Grace Changed How I Looked at Entertaining…Testimonial from June Kelly

June Kelly

June Kelly at the Book Launch

June Kelly is the Principal of  G J Impressions Real Estate company and met Grace in 2010.  June wanted to share the inspiration and impact Grace has had on her life.

“When I first met Grace I was blown away.  My friend, Hayley, took me to meet Grace for lunch in her home and what inspired me about our meeting was Grace’s passion for presentation and using layering to make her table look amazing,” says June Kelly.

“Firstly, it was visual.  I was taken by the visual presentation and Grace just made it all sound so easy. She showed me how she laid the table and how she achieved the look using layering and I realised that it actually was quite simple and something that I could do myself and that it really was all in the presentation.

“The feeling I got when I first met Grace was of real warmth and because of that I wanted to create that same warmth with the people around me.  It so inspired me that I started looking at cookbooks and shopping for the kinds of things that I had seen Grace use – lots of white dishes in all shapes and sizes, with the odd coloured item thrown in.  And I started to do it in my own home.

“One night I had a friend come over.  I had just finished cooking a fruit cake.  So when I cut up the cake, popped it on a plate with some cream on the side, a serviette and brought through a pot of tea, my friend commented, “I’ve never felt so nurtured.”

“I had not intentionally set out to nurture her or to make her feel special.  It was that I was imitating what I had seen with Grace and she noticed and interpreted that as a higher level of care for her.  It actually had taken me no more time than if I’d slopped some tea in a cup and plopped it down in front of her, but the difference was huge.

“On other occasions I have used the same level of thinking, “It’s all in the presentation” as I learned from Grace, and people have all commented on the look of the food and how much time it had taken me.  I’ve used wooden cutting boards to present food instead of traditional plates and have started to experiment with different textures on which to place the food to get the best effect.

“Sincerely, Grace changed my whole perception of entertainng and I have implemented the ideas that I learned from Grace and had the same reaction that she said she gets from her guests.  I cannot believe that people can be so touched and so moved by the little bit extra in presentation that realistically takes no extra time to do.

“I think what it was for me is that I changed my thinking about what I was doing and it became a message of love to my guests instead of a chore I was doing for them.  It was an expression of  love that was visual and because it was created visually it has made it more tangible and brought it to life and they have connected with that.

“When you present the food in that way people are touched and they don’t even think about the taste of the food because you have already won them.

“People have really commented about the changes in me and they love being in my space now.  It has really unlocked something very creative and nurturing, as that is not a word I would usually use to describe myself, and I am loving it.

“I am loving having Grace’s book because there are so many great ideas included.  My advice to anyone who reads this is that they go get a copy.  Grace is truly inspirational and you will learn so much from her,” says June Kelly.

June has supplied us with some images of the dishes she has purchased since meeting Grace so you can see how Grace has influenced her entertaining choices.