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    Auzzie/NZ Swap #24 - January 2009


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    5 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    Crunchy biscuit, old aussie favourite.

    Recipe #176728

    2 Reviews |  By Dotty2

    This recipe I got out of the Taste Of Home Magazine a number of years ago and have been making it ever since. It has been taken to potlucks many times. So easy to put together. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

    Recipe #131631

    14 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    This cake is best eaten warm with either icecream or my favourite warm custard and is reasonably quick to put together. Please note the batter will be thick which makes it one of those cakes that needs to be eaten the same day and preferably warm.

    Recipe #291057

    8 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From the Australian Women's Weekly New Asian cookbook - this sounds so good and reasonably easy to make. Times at this stage are estimated and does not include overnight refrigeration time.

    Recipe #344048

    I made this to take to a friends party, and it was so well-received that I thought that I'd post it. Its an old recipe that I saved from a magazine many years ago, Your Family, August 1991. very simple, and fail-proof! I use butter, and brown sugar, personal taste. Granny Smith apples are a tart green cooking apple.

    Recipe #343754

    An easy curry, creamy and slightly sweet. My children loved this when they were young, my dad took the recipe back to Scotland and it became his staple chicken curry recipe. My mum still makes it, without the chicken, she just likes the sauce! Its versatile, feel free to adapt to your own taste. Its from Readers Digest, Quick & Thrifty Cooking

    Recipe #332627

    3 Reviews |  By Dotty2

    This is my favorite cake. A rich,buttery apple cake. No need for icing. I make this cake very often. It can be served warm with a dollop of whipped cream, served cold or even frozen for later use .You will be handing out copies of this recipe.Recipe came from a Robin Hood cookbook.

    Recipe #119967


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