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    Mama's Aussie Tour

    My recipes that I posted for the trip downunder during the Zaar World Tour.

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    AUS/NZ for ZWT 5 due to the influence the German culture has had on the region and the propensity for grilling! So succulent and tender you may not even need a knife. This steak is one of the top dishes served at Hudson's on the Bend, a popular Austin, TX, restaurant known for its game cooking and big-flavored, robust dishes. "These guys could cook a horseshoe and make it delicious," says CBS news anchor and frequent Hudson's diner Dan Rather in the foreword to their new book." Chef Jeff Blank offers creativity and originality in the kitchen to make him one of the most celebrated chef's in the country. Jeff has owned Hudson's on the Bend Restaurant in Austin since 1984. Prior to that, he owned and operated Wineskin Restaurant in Aspen, Colo. He was praised by the New York Times, Texas Monthly, and Chef's Magazine. In 1996 and 1997, Jeff won the People's Choice Award at the Texas Wine and Food Festival. Hudson's on the Bend was named to the "Top 50 Restaurants in America" list. (Cook time does NOT include marinating time.) Variations: This is also a wonderful marinade for baby-back ribs, portabello mushrooms, chicken . . . you get the idea. Timing: Marinate the steaks in an airtight plastic bag the day before grilling to achieve the optimum flavor. http://hudsonsonthebend.com/main.php.... PS Tamaretta, thank you and YES this marinade is wonderful on portabellos!

    Recipe #152352

    This is a really tasty, economical and different way to enjoy fish! Lots of flavor from the marinade and easy clean up! Winners in my book. I am sure this would work very well on any firm, mild fish. When I made this I was a little crunched in the time department so I only got to marinade it for 1 hour and it was delicious. Plan ahead! This is best marinated for at least an hour but no more than 2 hours. In a pinch, just let it marinate while the grill is heating.

    Recipe #329515

    Easy marinade and grill recipe for shark steak. I have not tried this yet but it looks wonderful!

    Recipe #320984

    Sometimes simple is the best! This is how dh loves his steak!

    Recipe #320856

    I love salmon and I love anything grilled. Put the two together, add some ginger and honey and I am one happy Mama! You could also use mahi mahi here or swordfish.

    Recipe #320129

    Feel free to use chicken pieces instead. Whatever meat is used it is a warm and comforting dish that is different and tasty. Posted by request from Game Meats forum. Duck would be great here too or any kind of poultry. Adjust other ingredients too such as chicken bouillon and turkey bacon instead of beef and pork. Please let me know if you try this and how you experiment with it!

    Recipe #134776

    Light, refreshing and cooooollll! Posted for Zaar's World Tour 2005- Australia

    Recipe #135529

    Very refreshing and light. Great start to any meal! Melon, lime and mint- oooohhhhh so fresh and inviting! Posted for Zaar's World Tour 2005- the ingredients are popular in Australia, Asia, Mexico and the SW.

    Recipe #135141

    A wonderful way to cook winter squash on the stove top. The cider forms a tart-sweet glaze and the herbs add a fresh note. Peeling the squash seems to be easier imho if I microwave the whole, uncut squash in the microwave for about 5 minutes. Let it cool before trying to peel. Different varieties of winter squash like butternut or acorn can be used. Some do hold their shape better than others though.

    Recipe #259819

    Fast and yummy way to jazz up a storebought cake mix.

    Recipe #141818

    From Light and Tasty Jan 2003. Very simple, refreshing and nourishing. Try it for breakfast, as a dessert or a side dish to accompany a nice sandwich. It would go great with lots of things. Posted for World Tour 2005 - Australia & New Zealand as the fruits here are indigenous to those regions.

    Recipe #141437

    Sizzling Summer recipe! Fresh and yummy! Plan ahead- Needs to marinate for at least 2 hours! Note: I have tried this with frozen corn rather than fresh and it was equally yummy. Canned corn will not give you as crisp a texture but is very good too. Source: National Chicken Council/U.S. Poultry & Egg Association

    Recipe #222074


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