Sunday Herald Sun - Stellar - - Carrie Bickmore - with DONNA HAY

Choco­late hot cross buns: de­li­cious or a crime against Easter?

It’s all about choco­late so I can see how the two have col­lided. But I’m a tra­di­tional girl my­self.

Is cook­ing at home a plea­sure for you or a bus­man’s hol­i­day?

If I have more than it’s a plea­sure.

Do friends ever cook for you, or are they too in­ti­mated?

Some do. Oth­ers play to their strengths and mix me a drink in­stead!

Ever had a proper kitchen dis­as­ter?

I once put too many corn in their husks on the bar­be­cue with­out soak­ing en­tire bar­be­cue the neigh­bours called the

Lunch-box ideas are one of your do-bests, but do you ever fall back on the Bakers De­light cheesymite scroll?

don’t make me tell you about my en­tre­pre­neur­ial son who takes baked goods from the freezer to sell at school.

What could you do with a can of spam?

Use it as a doorstop? Donna Hay’s book Ba­sics To Bril­liance (Harpercoll­ins, $55) is out now.

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