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    Aussie Recipe Swap 5/07

    Great fun & great food! My 1st was in May '07... My 2nd will be June '07...

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    I found this recipe on another site and decided to post it here because it's just so simple and tasty! We like to use this with a nice Australian Barramundi, but it's good with most white fish. It's the only fish dish that makes my husband lick his plate. Measurements are in American cups.

    Recipe #206158

    This is Grandma Nichols's recipe...I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! We miss you, Grandma! I always HATED cooked cauliflower...until I tasted this! It's oh, so, good! Great with holiday roasts, hams, turkey, etc. or just on it's own when you are pressed for time and don't have the energy to cook a big dinner.

    Recipe #222929

    This is definitely a special dessert. Patè of chocolate? YUM!!!

    Recipe #146128

    Some people don't like carrots, but these are so yummy, how could they resist? Tangy and sweet.

    Recipe #148943

    Karen's Gourmet Low-Carb Recipes By Karen Barnaby "I started making this soup during a non-dairy phase and found that the Dijon added a special zing to the flavour. Add more if you like it! Other vegetables can replace the cauliflower: asparagus, spinach, red bell peppers, tomatoes or more cauliflower. I once made it with red Swiss chard stalks and it was delicious! If you use a fibrous vegetable like asparagus, strain the soup through a sieve after pureeing. There are many options for garnishing - bacon bits, chunks of chicken, ham, sour cream, crispy prosciutto or pancetta, smoked salmon or a sprinkling of cheese. Blue cheese is great with plain cauliflower and smoked salmon is elegant on asparagus."

    Recipe #159126

    Asparagus and baby peas highlight this delicious make ahead side dish salad made with pasta shells and lemon yogurt. From Linda Larsen,Your Guide to Busy Cooks, @abi=out,com

    Recipe #163919

    This ia listed as Polish appetizer on a site I found listing Old World Polish recipes. Certainly is easy to make, low carb, not too fattening, and quite tasty sounding.

    Recipe #170392

    This is low fat and no added sugar. You can use full fat ingredients is you wish. This is a super easy dessert and travels well.

    Recipe #191148

    This is such a cute cake and fool proof for beginner bakers. Frosting recipe of your choice or *dare I say it* a premade can of frosting

    Recipe #192072

    Here's a nice fast corn pudding for your holiday menus! Just combine ingredients and cook!

    Recipe #196450

    From Bon Appétit, December 2005, by Bruce Aidells and Nancy Oakes These popovers are like individual Yorkshire puddings. To make a dozen large popovers, just double the recipe and use two pans. Companion recipes are Recipe #148498, Recipe #148500, and Recipe #148502.

    Recipe #148503

    A recipe by Nigella Lawson.

    Recipe #112554

    My great grandmother was no gourmet, but she sure knew how to cook (or so I have been told) and this recipe sure proves it. Please note: This recipe only serves 2.

    Recipe #222509

    Found this recipe by Donna Hay in a Sunday magazine. Is a great recipe for dinner parties or any social events. Makes about 30-35 and is a crowd pleaser. I've made this recipe many times, and each time I have drizzled them with melted chocolate.

    Recipe #222512

    Those of you have have an abundance of strawberries or cherries, might find this a good way to use them. If you're looking for a low carb/sugar, dessert this could be converted to one using a nut crust, sugar-free pudding mix, and sugar-free Cool Whip(or whipped cream).

    Recipe #171697

    A fabulous addition to your Christmas menu. I found this on the net somewhere.

    Recipe #196285


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