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    From Light & Tasty's August/September 2002 issue, spicy meat is sweetened up with mango sweetness.

    Recipe #168712

    I first enjoyed this recipe at my mother-in-law's home in Cologne, Germany. Germany has a very large population of Italians and so it is very common to eat Italian-inspired dished there. This one combines pork tenderloin with tomato sauce, fresh tomato slices and melted mozarella cheese. A true knockout. I think this recipe originally came from a German woman's magazine. Though this recipes sounds very complicated, it is quite easy and fun to make. It is also a definite crowd-pleaser.

    Recipe #305386

    This is a simple, refreshing summer dessert. Find orange blossom water at well-stocked grocery stores, ethnic stores or online. Cooking time is freezing time.

    Recipe #483816

    Courtesy of Rachael Ray, this recipe from Foodnetwork.com uses classic Thai flavors. Here for safe keeping/nutritional assessment.

    Recipe #174340

    An American version of a tradional Papua New Guinean technique of wrapping parcels of food in banana leaves. Serve with beer or a crisp, white wine.

    Recipe #458117

    From Australia. Ostrich (which is more readily available in U.S.) can be subbed for emu. Serve with boiled new potatoes. This could be done in a crockpot, cooking on low for 6-8 hours.

    Recipe #484405

    I have never had kangaroo, but couldn't resist posting this for ZWT8. Serve with steamed rice.

    Recipe #484382

    1 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    Ostrich has been eaten in Australia for years, but is starting to become more readily available in the U.S.

    Recipe #484403

    A variation of a New Zealand recipe. This version uses a pork tenderloin. Traditional versions use pork bones or pork neck added to the broth. Use the doughboy recipe included here or use recipe #484350. Other root vegies may be added also.

    Recipe #484352

    1 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    Roasted sweet potato served on a bed romaine. Any nut can be subbed for the pine nuts, i.e. macadamia or pistachios.

    Recipe #484353

    These are great in Maori Boil-up ( a boiled meat and root vegetable soup). Included are directions for cooking in water, but they may be added to your simmering soup and cooked for about 10-15 minutes. A slightly wetter dough will result in fluffier dumplings. Cook time includes roasting squash and letting it cool.

    Recipe #484350

    This is a hot peppery one but nothing you should need to call the fire dept. about. Note: if using wooden skewers make sure to soak them in water for at least 30 minutes prior to using. If you skewer often you may want to invest in some reusable stainless steel ones.

    Recipe #484339

    Portable or "stay at home", these make for a nice "tuck". Redbook December 2009

    Recipe #484234

    Rissoles are sausage patty sized burgers. From The Australian Woman's Weekly.

    Recipe #483082

    Yummy buttery crispy smashed potatoes. Excellent side dish, based on the recipe by Australian food writer Jill Dupleix.

    Recipe #483026

    I love cooking this way :-) It keeps the meat moist, and makes cleanup a breeze.

    Recipe #319219

    Simple 4 ingredient meal that tastes great. Good for a busy night. My Mom used to make this all the time, it is one of my Dad's favorite meals. I put my rice in a rice cooker, so that's the amount of water I listed in the ingredients. It normally takes about 25 minutes to have it on the table, less if you use precooked beef.

    Recipe #252161

    Juicy lamb roast with a mixture of fresh vegies. Also can use fresh asparagus spears. Add them with the zucchini. NOTE: The carrots, leeks and zukes called for are the whole BABY type. You can use those machine-made "baby" carrots, but the presentation is nicer if you use whole baby carrots and leave some of the stem on them. If your potatoes are very small, leave them whole. This produces a rare roast. Cook longer if you prefer it more done

    Recipe #482509

    2 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A bush tomato is an Australian native berry related to the tomato. Sun-dried tomatoes can be subbed. Dampers are usually baked in one loaf, like soda bread, but these are shaped into rounds like American biscuits.

    Recipe #483110

    1 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A recipe from New Zealand.

    Recipe #484103

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