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    This is for Zaar World Tour 5 from the Australian/New Zealand region, from the website Australianfood.about.com. ANZAC was the name given to soldiers from Australia and New Zealand during the WW1, and the biscuits were the cookies (because they are cookies) that the women made for the soldiers.

    Recipe #370985

    This is a quick and easy recipe that's so tasty. I've made this adding in some dried apricots also.

    Recipe #163265

    Nice for a brunch or even use as a nice snack. Combination of coconut, almonds and mini chocolate chips. Yummy!

    Recipe #280419

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT8 – Australia/New Zealand. This recipe was found at the New Zealand Beef & Lamb Website. Spicy beef kebabs on the bbq. Don't you just love summer. Serve with a nice array of bbq vegetables for a tasty, quick meal. These may be grilled in the oven for the same amount of time, turning regularly and brush with any remaining marinade during cooking.

    Recipe #482581

    A nice breakfast or anytime treat from Melissa Goodsell. You can eat them warm or cold, both ways are good.

    Recipe #483716

    From Australia the Beautiful Cookbook; South Australia. “Navel oranges are available most of the year, as our vast continent affords us several picking seasons. Oranges are used widely in the Australian kitchen. Serve this salad within 10 minutes of making it, before the avocado browns.”

    Recipe #484379

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT8 – Australia/New Zealand. The recipe was found at Wattie’s - Food in a Minute website. Here’s a delicious dessert to impress, serve with delicious Orange and Maple Syrup Sauce. Crepes may be pre-made and frozen. If freezing, place a sheet of grease proof paper between each crepe, when cold wrap tightly in cling film and freeze. To serve, thaw and heat for a few seconds in the microwave, fold and cover with the hot Maple and Orange Sauce.

    Recipe #482592

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT8 – Australia/New Zealand. This recipe was found at Wattie’s - Food in a Minute website. Filo pastry is easy to use, it’s light and flaky. This sounds like a truly lovely treat, perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch or even a light dinner.

    Recipe #482589

    This versatile cocktail sauce has some "zip" to it from the horseradish and hot sauce, but these can be adjusted to suit your taste.

    Recipe #334528

    An institution in Australia, a "hamburger with the lot" is an Aussie take on its American counterpart. A "hamburger with the lot" speaks of summer, surf and sunshine.

    Recipe #483692

    I very recently found out that one of my favorite apple varieties originated from Australia-Granny Smith apples. This is my Yank homage to Granny and her delicious apples, with a little inspiration from the Mott's Company. This version of applesauce is spicy and tangy, and not overly sweet-more like a chutney. Good for an accompaniement to savory dishes.

    Recipe #140542

    Posting this recipe for ZWT New Zealand, which I found on ehow.com for New Zealand desserts. Here is what is stated: "George, world famous in New Zealand for his bread making books, branches out to make the world's best Bakewell tart. I challenge you to try this recipe and prove me wrong! As an electrical engineer, George became manager of the servicing workshop for a retail appliance business, and in this role he tested hundreds of bread-machines. Through his own efforts, and those of the customers he helped, he developed a great repertoire of never-fail recipes. George wrote four books on using bread making machines, all were published by Penguin Press." After some searching I found the author of this recipe to be George Dale and he is the author of "Delectable Daley Bread". Here in the USA, I think generally we find 9" frozen pie crusts in foil pans, which should work well for this recipe.

    Recipe #482964

    for zaar world tour 8 aussies eat these cold with ham or sardines , i used ham and you bread and fry the eggs kinda like scotch eggs they are like our deviled eggs cross scotch eggs looks good

    Recipe #482776

    from new zealands womans weekly for zaar world tour 8

    Recipe #482338

    Received in an email. Originally from 'Planet Barbecue!: 309 Recipes, 60 Countries'. You will need 1-4 hours for marinating which is not included in prep time.

    Recipe #436699

    This is a variation I made of Recipe#370311 #370311, as New Zealand claims Pavlova as its national dish. It allows a glorious presentation. This is best served for a party of 6 as it requires serving immediately after spreading the whipped cream.

    Recipe #483846

    A little bit different from Welsh Rabbit, this features beef and cheese served over English muffins. From the Complete Round the World Meat Cookbook.

    Recipe #370051

    10 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This soup is wonderful for a quick and light lunch or the beginning of an elegant meal.

    Recipe #93077

    I go this recipe from the Rachel Ray show and I make it with Simple Couscous. My family absolutely loved it - even my 14 year old daughter cleaned her plate. I count that a success anytime! It is a nice change to the everyday - and is easy to make!! I did modify the sauce a bit as I like the sauce a bit thicker and used bing cherries in syrup as i couldn't find the ones she called for. Turned out great and looked the same.

    Recipe #195552

    This is a Hawaiian-style hummus that is great to use as a spread on thinly sliced snack bread or as a dip for vegetables. It comes from a cookbook called Chefs of Aloha: Favorite Recipes from the Top Chefs of Hawaii (and is attributed to the Sheraton Waikiki).

    Recipe #455895

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