Wednesday, April 25, 2012

We Will Remember

As dawn wakens the night, we reflect on the Australian and New Zealand soldiers landing on the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915 and symbolically recognise the quiet and isolated moments they endured during the war.  Anzac Day is a time to gather together and remember those who were lost, who fought, and who continue to serve for Australia and New Zealand today.  Spring of 1915 brought a red field poppy which scattered the battlefields of Belgium, France and Gallipoli.  It became synonymous with great loss of life during the war and thus signifies remembrance.  Anzac Day is a moving and sentimental experience which will always have great significance in our lives.

  We Will Remember

To mark the day we have baked an Anzac Tart with Macadamia Praline and Cinnamon Syrup.  You can find the recipe here


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