Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta with Blueberry and Gin Soup
450 ml whipping cream
275 ml full cream milk
50 ml castor sugar
1 vanilla bean
2 ½ leaves of gelatine
Heat milk, cream, sugar and vanilla bean in a heavy based pot until, the sugar
has dissolved and ingredients are hot but not boiling.
Immerse gelatin leaves in luke warm water one at a time and leave to soften.
Once they are soft and pliable squeeze in your hands to release all the water.
Add the gelatin leaves to the milk and cream mixture and whisk well. ...
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I say "Italian-inspired" because there'd be plenty of Italian nonnas who wouldn't approve at all, but this bread and butter pudding is even BETTER with the Panettone.
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Jazz By The Bay - hundreds of different events over 3 days - from 5pm Friday 1st June until 8pm Monday 4th June.
Go to jazzbythebay.com.au for the full programme and get in to the swing!!!
Head to the Bay for The Cool Sounds of Jazz
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Nevertheless, once every year it exceeds even its own expectations and becomes the only place to be for jazz lovers everywhere, as the now famous annual Jazz by the Bay event swings round. It all begins on Friday 1st June ...