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    Auzzie/NZ Recipe Swap #27

    Another collection of wonderful recipes from: CHILI SPICE, djmastermum, **Mandy** and Sarah_Jayne

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    Add flavor to poultry, tender cuts of pork (like chops, tenderloin and loin roasts).

    Recipe #293296

    This is another from Ainsley Harriott's Gourmet Express 1, sounds like pure comfort food!

    Recipe #359016

    I asked my hubby (who will remain nameless, but his name is Mark) to Make me some wedges for lunch. His asked how do I do that? I told him cut the spuds into wedges dip in melted butter and sprinkle with a little Italian seasoning. How could one get that WRONG??? Well, he rolled the wedges in all my Italian seasoning, and while I found then a little too hot and spicy for my liking, someone out there who like things on the hotter side will probably think they are great.

    Recipe #142104

    Come on,you know that sounds good! I developed these after attempting to overcome an addiction to bacon and horseradish dip I developed on my recent trip to the States. You can even make these vegetarian by using the Bacos bacon bits that are made out of soy instead of the actual bacon. The recipe can be scaled up pretty easily for bigger crowds. Also, this is one of those times when I am not totally clear on how to translate an ingredient from UK to US. I used what is called 'horseradish sauce' here in the UK. Which, I remember being somewhere in between prepared horseradish and horseradish cream in the States. So, I put one but you can probably use either.

    Recipe #346125

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