Lamingtons recipe: Lamingtons are perhaps the definitive Australian cake, possibly developed as a means to use up stale cake. Mrs Joyce Pascoe's recipe is legend across the central western area of New South Wales
Lamingtons: "Likely named for a governor of Queensland, the Lamington is now an Australian favorite. It's a cube of butter cake dipped in chocolate, then rolled in coconut flakes. Though some versions are filled with cream or jam.