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    Australian/New Zealand Dinning Downunder American Style

    The infinite variety of foods in Australia reflects the diversity of its land and provides for a rich cuisine. In the South, beef cattle and prime lamb, clean southern waters provide delicious lobster and scallops. markets filled with citrus, grapes, stone fruits, melons, tomatoes and a cornucopia of vegetables crops. World class wines grow in the slightly cooler climate of the Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale and Barossa Valley. Sharing the lower slopes of the hills are apple and cherry orchards, berry farms and almond orchards, whilst the west coast has a wealth of seafood such as whiting, oysters and tuna. macadamia nuts Lemon myrtle: fresh leaf, or ground dried leaf of the Lemon Myrtle tree Mountain Pepper: ground leaf or berries of the mountain pepper tree Native spinach: warrugul greens, a native spinach growing in coastal areas Bush tomatoes: small tomato-like fruits, also called desert raising Macadamia nuts: a nut, native of Australia, now grown in other places Wattle seed: A small, oval, black variety of the Acacia seed. Wattle seed is used in myriad foods including rice, soups, meat rubs and baked goods. South Australian food would not be complete without mention of the tremendous contribution made by other cultures such as the German, Italian, Greek, Asian and South African immigrant.
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    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    An Australian recipe from a site online.

    Recipe #142506

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Shrimp Sampi Australian style. Garlic and herbs on pasta! Yum! Found at a Australian sight.Tweeked!

    Recipe #142540

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a sweet cheese loaf topped with a glazed berries. Use berries of choice. Jam is of choice as well. If you have those new colorful silicone loaf pans that would be easy to use.

    Recipe #175147

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    You can use fresh for a stronger garlic taste. To roast the garlic try Recipe #92370 or Recipe #248301 for a kicked up version of a compound butter.

    Recipe #195791

    48 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Chipotles give a zippy flavor Honey giving it a sweetness making it a perfect finger licking food for entertaining. Tweeked from Weber. Serve as an appetizer or over rice for a main meal. I served this with Lime Cayenne mayonnaise recipe #120459. It went great with it!

    Recipe #116536

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a very refreshing, sweet, no cook, healthy, lite, lemony, low fat summer meal. You can use store bought frozen cooked shrimp, But leftover grilled shrimp is just great in this salad. You don't need to salt because the capers, and feta are salty and lemon is a substitute for salt. But if you are a lover of salt taste first.

    Recipe #131953

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Here's a nice sweet, tangy, fruity, strong drink from down under! This is a large drink hope you are thristy!

    Recipe #175183

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Like my mojito but with amber rum. Found this on an Austrailian sight. Made a little different then my version. DEPAZ Amber Rum is used in this.

    Recipe #175181

    14 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Sweet honey tea!

    Recipe #175150

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Australian drink for a hot summers day! This is a Martini it is a strong drink meant to be sipped! Hic-Cup!

    Recipe #175148

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    DEPAZ Amber rhum is used in this drink down under! But feel free to use your favorite dark or amber rum. A great refreshing summer drink.

    Recipe #175149

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    serve over antipasto platter with toasted focaccia bruschetta. From Executive chef Michael Warren at the Bough House restaurant at the Ayers Rock Resort Australian Bush Tomato (Ground) From the time that Nirmala was a child, growing up in a village in Guyana, South America, she has been focused on the blending and mingling of different flavors. The fragrant spices of her Indian roots fuse with the bold flavors of the West Indies and South America, now all collide with the dozens of ethnicities she has adopted in the melting pot of New York City. To feed her insatiable appetite for exotic ingredients, Nirmala has spent the past ten years traveling to every ethnic corner of the world seeking out spice plantations, locals farms, markets and food stalls. Bush tomatoes are actually berries, native to Australia and known as akudjura. Dark brown with a fruity caramel-like flavor and a slight tangy acidity, Australian bush tomatoes taste somewhat like green tomatoes. Bush tomatoes are hand-picked by the aboriginal people in the Northern Territory of Australia, just as they have been for thousands of years. Use ground Australian Bush Tomato to flavor casseroles, beef stews or wild game. Or sprinkle it on focaccia, antipasto and chutneys. It also works well as a coating for grilled fish, such as salmon or tuna.

    Recipe #175062

    22 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Damper is a traditional Australian bread, made without yeast, and commonly made on a campfire in a cast iron camp oven. This is tweeked from Margaret E. Walker article in Outback Camping When Margaret was asked her what kind of tasty cheese, and learned that the word 'tasty' is used in Australia the way 'sharp' is used in the US. We thanked Margaret for helping us learn and had a good laugh at the thought of eating non-tasty cheese.

    Recipe #175061

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Though Margaret Walker orchards was to provide fruits for the manufacture of jams and jellies, Margaret made sure some of the apricots went on the table. Apricots making a lovely crisp. Tweeked from This recipe inmamaskitchen.

    Recipe #175059

    10 Reviews |  By Rita~

    From the food downunder.com For added flavor use my Flavored Sugar Recipe #53926 for the sugar!

    Recipe #142543

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A refreshing end to any meal. Or use to refresh the palate in between courses.

    Recipe #83190

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Now this is what I call a shake! Tweeked from the downunder.com

    Recipe #142505

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Pears made into cute little mice! * A quick pear dessert - In general, a typical Australian dish is a typical British dish, which is to say a typical European or American dish with most of the subtleties of flavour (and difficulty in making) removed. The following dessert is a genuine Old Family Favorite in Australia. * Candied angelica is almost impossible to find in North America. Anything else with the appropriate properties of sweetness and shape may be substituted, e.g. a piece of chocolate or candy cut to size, such as an Ovation mint divided longitudinally or shoestring candy.You can also add the shoestring for whiskers.

    Recipe #142504

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Chocolate and marshmallows making this a real kid pleaser found at the downunder data base.

    Recipe #142498

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Pineapples, Chocolate what more do you need?

    Recipe #142499

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