Here’s how they made a traditional Aussie Lamington in a Victorian kitchen of c1900

Alex from Cookability in Bowral NSW shows us the traditional way they would have made Lamingtons in 1900, when they were first invented by mistake by a mad French chef to Lord Lamington! Yet another snippet from the up coming series on the quirky History of food in Australia called Tucker Downunder. Cheers, Steve.

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