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    This produces a delectable chip and nut cookie. Though the combination of nuts can be altered, as well as the type of chips (milk, semi-sweet, white), the one thing stay true to the recipe is the addition of the liqueur.

    Recipe #344015

    An oldie but goodie from Southern Living.

    Recipe #371277

    12 Reviews |  By Nif

    I can't begin to count how many times I had this as a child and served it to my kids! It's easy and very tasty and we still enjoy it. This was our 'fancy' name (ha ha) for it but you may have your own version. In response to a recipe review, I always use large eggs, so the boiling time may be less for smaller eggs. 3 minutes should still be the minimum amount of time though. Enjoy!

    Recipe #359142

    20 Reviews |  By Nif

    Oh, the poached egg! There is nothing better than having a poached egg on toast or over a bed of spinach... mmmmm...... Enjoy!

    Recipe #356778

    2 Reviews |  By Nif

    A delicious meal that is easy on the wallet. This recipe is from Kraft. Serve this with steamed broccoli for a complete meal. One serving is 8 WW points. Enjoy!

    Recipe #362066

    3 Reviews |  By Nif

    A pretty basic recipe that the kids still love. You can dress it up with some sauce, more herbs or maybe some sauteed onions? Serve with potatoes, rice, pasta and some veggies. Enjoy!

    Recipe #360140

    1 Reviews |  By Nif

    This recipe was shared by my friend, Carolanne, who was born and raised in New Zealand. She is a terrific cook! ANZAC stands for "Australian & New Zealand Army Corps" and is celebrated on April 25 in New Zealand. They were one of the items that would be sent to soldiers from home during World War One because they could survive the long journey by sea, and remain edible (and nothing hinders homesickness like home baking!). Over the years, softer, chewier versions of the biscuit have evolved, commonly including rolled oats, coconut and golden syrup. Eggs never feature in true Anzac biscuits, as eggs were in very short supply during World War One. Enjoy!

    Recipe #371677

    4 Reviews |  By Nif

    This recipe is from my friend, Carolanne, who is from New Zealand. The idea was that for a Sunday Roast, in New Zealand, the family would have a roast leg of lamb. One of the meals prepared from leftovers was shepherds pie. As leftovers, you would include not just the meat, but also the mashed potatoes, the gravy, and vegetables, usually carrots and maybe peas, depending on the season. You can substitute ground beef for the lamb is you prefer. Enjoy!

    Recipe #371679

    This is based on a recipe from Beatrice Ojakangas’, Great Holiday Baking Book. She explains, “Australians still participate in the tradition of four o’clock afternoon tea, which can be a simple or formal occasion, and features a selection of sandwiches, scones, cookies, and cakes that are fancy and plain. This is the time to rest and ‘restoke the furnace.’ These thin, crisp oat and coconut drop cookies are a welcome part of the simplest or most elaborate tea." I haven’t yet tried this.

    Recipe #371385

    This is based on a recipe from The Australian Women’s Weekly Brunches & Lunches cookbook. This is delish! If you can't find Stilton, any high quality bleu cheese can be substituted.

    Recipe #371221

    This is based on a recipe from The Australian Women’s Weekly Brunches & Lunches cookbook. I originally posted it for ZWT5 without trying it first. I've since tried it and believe it was missing something, so I added the pizza sauce as a layer underneath the original layers. Also, I used olive oil and found that 1/4 cup was not enough as the first batch of eggplant slices absorbed all oil in pan! I've revised the directions below to add the oil to the pan in batches along with the eggplant slices.

    Recipe #371188

    5 Reviews |  By Nif

    A very easy, healthy and delicious way to grill your shrimp. You can also skewer the shrimp if you want to. Just make sure to soak wooden skewers in warm water for 30 minutes. I didn't include the 1 - 2 hour marinating time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #371377

    I liked these a lot. From the American Diabetes Association. Serve it with some cornbread, and I'm pretty sure you've got a complete protein fixed up.

    Recipe #183762

    This looked like a yummy Aussie grilled fish!! Prep time includes marinating time...

    Recipe #371041

    A mocktail with a Australian twist...

    Recipe #371087

    I haven't tried this, but saw it on Recipefinder and thought it's a must-try Time is a guesstimate.

    Recipe #369742

    Something different; not tried so the time is just a guesstimate. You need to allow time for the toasted macadamia nuts to cool before cooking them; not sure how long that would take.

    Recipe #369720

    Delicious meatballs from I didn't have Worcestershire so I just used an additional 1/2 cup of beef broth. Still great and with plenty of flavor.

    Recipe #369937

    This is from Cook's Illustrated folks, who tinker to death every aspect of a recipe. Altho I haven't tried it yet, I wouldn't change a thing. On second thought, maybe leave out any extra salt, but that's just for me personally given sodium restrictions. Low-sodium broth seems to have plenty on its own.

    Recipe #369992

    This recipe is from "Cooking the Australian Way," which says that nearly every family has a version of it. This one sounds good. Haven't made it yet. If you're not looking to hold down fat content or calories, you can double the butter; substitute half-and-half for the evaporated skim milk; and use full-fat sour cream. Use fresh cooked and pureed pumpkin if desired

    Recipe #370539

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