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SO HOT! right now

ot since Lady Lamington’s chef, Armand Galland. improvised a treat for guests at Queensland’s Government House in the late 1800s, with little more than sponge, melted chocolate and coconut, has the lamington been so lauded. This time last year it was in the top 10 searches on , twice! Maybe it’s our love of retro dishes or patriotism around Australia Day, but now is the time of year when we all seem to want to bake lamingtons.

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