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    Posted for ZWT. A recipe from NZ chef Alison Holst which we've made several times and loved. Kumera is the Maori word for sweet potato

    Recipe #371007

    Originally from Healthy Food Guide Magazine in New Zealand, but we found it in their cook book and have made it several times since. Lovely combination of sweet and sour, with a bit of a kick from the radishes.

    Recipe #371022

    These pretty, savory tarts are a nice side dish for lunch with soup and salad perhaps, or with a formal dinner, and would be lovely at a brunch.

    Recipe #375703

    From Bon Apetit, this is a lovely salad or cold side dish for summertime meals. Would be nice for a brunch, as well.

    Recipe #374837

    The Moors occupied Spain for over 800 years. Moorish culture, music, food, and architecture remains visible all over the coutry. Their last stronghold was Granada, where we recently enjoyed a delicious, spicy lamb stew. By combining several recipes, and a bit of trial and error, I was able to recreate the dish for my husband and our friends at a recent dinner party. This goes well with an icy cold beer, or a very crisp, light white wine to complement the heat! It seems like a lot of ingredients and spices, but it's very easy to prepare and definitely worth it!

    Recipe #372050

    Unique flavors make this dish something to try. A simple roasted potato or gratin would be the perfect accompaniment.

    Recipe #373834

    I have very fond memories of these as a little whipper snapper and remember them as the only good thing about my Uncle's cranky ex-wife :) Super easy and heaps tastier than rum balls (personal opinion)

    Recipe #301069

    A fantastic recipe given to me by my workmate. I was a bit wary of trying it out as it had sour cream and my hubby hates sour cream but I cooked it without telling him and he loved it. Its regular meal now and if we have no chicken I substitute with beef cubes or chicken sausages. Apparently the original recipe called for chicken Pieces.

    Recipe #271624

    A little more work than your usual grilled chicken, but worth the effort.

    Recipe #370323

    This is a great recipe for company.

    Recipe #373315


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