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Eating with our eyes | Segment on ABC Riverina Radio

I loved talking all things Lo’s Kitchen on ABC Radio this morning with Simon Wallace of ABC Riverina and Sara Morley from Tafe NSW. Grab yourself a cuppa and listen to the clip below.

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Lo Corcoran shares one of her favourite recipes and its ideal for this time of year

I’m sitting here at my kitchen table currently eyeing off whats left of the orange cake I made with the girls. Excuse me while I go and pop the kettle on.

I’ve been trying to come up with ways to use the bags of oranges that were given to me by my good friend, Georgie, straight from her tree.

Click here for the full recipe.

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‘The most delicious gravy … and slow cooked lamb’ by Lo Corcoran

Lo Corcoran of Wagga writes a food blog from her site called Lo’s Kitchen. 

My brother and sister-in-law were in Wagga recently with their two kids. Sitting at the coffee shop we were reminiscing of the days gone by when their visits to Wagga, pre-kids, consisted of going to the to pub. With little kids in tow however, it’s easier (if trying to get four children under five to go to bed is easy) to entertain at home instead of going out to the pub at night.

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GRAZIHER Winter 2018 edition

You will need to get your hands on a copy of the beautiful GRAZIHER magazine to check out ‘Seasons with Lo’ which is a column based around fresh and seasonal produce. Click here for the full list of stockists. In the Winter edition, the article was named ‘Bring back the dinner party’ where I shared my recipe for my beef ragu.

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From the Lo’s Kitchen blog comes this country cooking recipe

A ‘Nanny’s chocolate cake’ has stood proudly at many a Thomas family gathering. More candles have been blown out over this cake than any other, and to this day my dad and his brothers still fight over the corner piece. I can remember sitting in the red booth seat at Nanny and Bull’s eating a piece of this choccie cake as a young girl. Nanny always had a chocolate cake on standby in the freezer. It always tasted so good! And so cold!

I’ve called this chocolate cake –  ‘nearly’ Nanny’s chocolate cake as it’s based on Nanny’s recipe with a few small changes.

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Urana lady pens popular recipe that is shared generations later

WHEN Urana’s Anne Bourke shared a recipe for chow mein many years ago it would be hard to gauge just how far it might travel.

The recipe appeared in a Catholic Women’s League Diocese cook book and has been picked up by families from the Riverina and beyond.

One of the people who enjoys sharing the recipe with her family is food blogger Lo Corcoran.

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