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    LLL ZWT Australia/NZ

    The Lively Lemon Lovelies Round #2 August 1-12 PanNan - Nan, Rita~ Chocolatl - Pat ("Choccie" or "Choco"), Karen Elizabeth - Karen, Buzymomof3 - Judy ("Buzy"), Mia in Germany - Mia, magpie diner - Genevieve Cadillacgirl - Shannon, Satyne - Cass
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    14 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is posted for the World Tour 2005 event. The source is Mietta's web site, a collection of Australian recipes. I modified the recipe slightly.

    Recipe #142253

    2 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is posted for the World Tour 2005 event. The source is a New Zealand web site, and was modified for posting.

    Recipe #142248

    12 Reviews |  By PanNan

    The source is the Woolworths Fresh Food People web site. The recipe is modified for posting here.

    Recipe #142257

    17 Reviews |  By PanNan

    The source is The New Zealand Beef & Lamb Marketing Bureau web site. I've modified the recipe slightly. Since it was first reviewed I noticed that salt, pepper and pepper flakes were missing in the ingredient list, so they have been added. This recipe is better the next day - if you can, make it ahead through step 5, refrigerate and bake before you're ready to serve.

    Recipe #142326

    2 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe is from the Houston Chronicle. The smell of the bay leaves, while grilling, is wonderful. Throw some on the fire, too, for great aroma-therapy! The time indicated does not include time to prepare the grill.

    Recipe #67685

    6 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe is adapted from Fine Cooking magazine. It has a golden crust from the sear, a juicy center, and is topped with a dab of rich flavorful butter. This is very nice served on top of a bed of rice accompanied by sugar snap peas or asparagus. Salmon dishes are common in the US Northwest.

    Recipe #221528

    9 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is a very quick and delicious meal. It was inspired by another web site chef quite some time ago, and became a family favorite.

    Recipe #45632

    6 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is posted for the World Tour 2005 event. I'm learning about Australian cuisine, and believe this recipe represents a typical dish, using readily available ingredients. The source is the current Everyday Food magazine. It's slightly modified.

    Recipe #142325

    13 Reviews |  By PanNan

    Another recipe from the Everyday Food magazine (I modified for quantity). We tried this one tonight, and loved it. Another bonus was that it was very easy to prepare.

    Recipe #94458

    This is a very simple recipe, and tastes delicious. I just whipped it up with ingredients on hand, and wanted to record it to refer to next time. It's great for the South Beach diet, too. I used left over turkey breast (my standby - Herbed Turkey Breast by Kate in Ontario #22235). Note to World Tour participants - California is a large producer of walnuts. This recipe represent that state.

    Recipe #93822

    2 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is a delicious, light and airy bread. The pecans give flavor, but because they are chopped so fine, you don't realize they're there. My son has a tendency to prefer the airy store bought bread, but he loves this one.

    Recipe #37910

    I love these - they are easy to make and disappear when you put them out! From my Breast Wishes cookbook, supporting breast cancer research! I usually add an extra green onion... I've also made my own little tart shells using phyllo dough and mini muffin tins

    Recipe #457975

    This is a very refreshing dessert - great for after a barbeque or a brunch! From Marcus Samuelsson! The cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #457204

    I like to make vegetarian sushi rolls at home and have worked on perfecting a brown rice version. I came across a recipe online that added quinoa to the mix and I love it! Adds that extra bit of protein to make this a well rounded light meal, snack or appy. I've changed that original recipe a bit and have streamlined the cooking process (less dishes the better!). My kids like to help roll these up. I've included cucumber, carrot and avacado as filling...of course you can fill with whatever you fancy. This makes enough to fill 4 nori sheets, which you can cut into 6 or 8 pieces each. Enjoy!

    Recipe #366569

    This is based on a recipe in a vegetarian cookbook given to me long ago, one of my first. This is definitely comfort food...cheesy, my kids like it. I've used whole wheat pasta, but of course you don't have to. Yellow squash seems to mean different things, you could use the crookneck type or yellow zucchini...or sub another type you favour. Mmmm...wish it were in the oven right now!

    Recipe #366571

    Growing up we used to have a salad like this all the time, and it was about the only way I would eat spinach. Still love this combination. I think this particular recipe originated from the side of a bag of mushrooms. I have tweaked it over the years because I don't like to cook the spinach, I prefer to just toss the hot hot dressing over the spinach, which just wilts it enough without cooking it. I'm always throwing bread loaf ends into the freezer, this is a good recipe to use some of them in. Toss the final salad with cheese if you like. Beware, your house will smell like vinegar!!

    Recipe #366602

    I know, it doesn't really take much to sort out grilling vegetables. Consider this a base recipe to which you could adjust or add any flavourings you like, to best suit your meal. I like this combo, it goes well with most bbq'd items. It makes enough marinade to grill veggies for 4 - give or take. I don't have an exact measurement for how much veg to use, so for instance; 2-3 zucchini or 1 lg vegatable marrow, with a few bell peppers and some mushrooms is about right for 4. Anytime I turn on the bbq I grill up some veg like this to use in salads and sandwiches etc. If it's more of a main feature of your bbq'd meal, you might want to serve with a garlic mayo or other sauce along side. (Prep time includes the hour to marinate...give it longer if you can).

    Recipe #381670

    Recently they have been selling some pretty large patty pan squash at the farmers' market, much larger than the little baby ones you often see roasted or grilled. I didn't want to just cut them up like regular squash so I searched around and found quite a few recipes for stuffed versions, baked in the oven. Didn't find one with rice though. This started as a recipe on about.com, but morphed as I have made it a few times, into what it is now. This only makes 4 squash, but you could easily double. You could make this a very substantial main course for a vegetarian if you added some protein. Note that the amount of rice is actually more than you'll need, by about 1/3 of a cup, we all really like the rice though so it's nice to have extra. In fact we like the rice so much I have doubled up that part of the recipe and used it for another meal. All depending on what you're serving this with, you could easily adjust the flavours, (ie I'm thinking feta, lemon & marjoram to go with greek). This is a small enough side dish that I can cook it in my toaster oven. Next is to try it on the BBQ. Hope you like it!

    Recipe #382907

    This is just a little recipe off the side of a box of silken tofu (Mori-Nu). I didn't care for the entire recipe, which involved broiling the tofu...far too much effort to put the oven on when you're planning to stir fry. What I did like about the recipe was the sauce - quick and simple for those days when you don't have time to mess around with too many ingredients, but still don't want to open up a packaged sauce. You can thicken up the sauce if you choose, or add some heat if that's what you're going for. As this has honey I can't say it's vegan, however I think you could sub agave or some other sweetener quite nicely (brown rice syrup??). Let me know if you try that. The original recipe said it was enough for 4, but if I was making it for 4 adults I would probably double it which is why I said it serves 3. Enjoy!

    Recipe #396036

    I was looking for a fruit "something" that would be finger food friendly for a shower this weekend. Wanted something a little showy for the buffet table, and was surprised that I couldn't find anything on zaar involving fruit and a skewer. :) Shock horror! I ended up on www.justjennrecipies.com and found this idea. It's nothing you couldn't figure out on your own, pretty basic, but it gave me an idea to work with. You could serve with one of the many fruit dip recipes here on the zaar - or as is, which is what I'm planning to do. I'll post some pics once it's done! Update: I had to use a baby watermelon, still worked out fine. I did find the step of making small X marks to poke the skewers through was unnecessary - plus you need to get the right angle when you poke the skewer in (otherwise they might be flopping down too far from the weight of the fruit, so I wouldn't bother with that step next time.

    Recipe #397744

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