I love these Asian type cabbage salads and this is great with all its fresh herbs. I serve the noodles seperately for everyone to sprinkle over as I hate the mushy noodles in the leftovers. That bit's up to you.
This beautiful fruit cake looks best cut into thin slices to show off the colours of the fruits and nuts. This is great to serve at Christmas time- or any time with coffee and port after dinner! An Australian cup is 250mls and a tablespoon contains 4 teaspoons.
Thanks to the reviewer who pointed out my typo in the intro :-)
This was in Melbournes Herald Sun Newspaper yesterday. It looks fast and tasty, and I love lamb! They suggested 3 minutes would be enough cooking time for the fillets, but I think a little more would suit me!
I don’t know if you can get pickled pork outside Australia, but it’s quite common here. My mum used to by a piece of it every year for Christmas, but we buy it about once a month as it’s pretty cheap and great cold on sandwiches. It’s very similar to corned beef which we also cook for lunch meat so I came up with this way of cooking it to give it a flavour of its own. We love it still warm with a German type potato salad and mustard on the first night.
Russ found this recipe in a senior's magazine he picked up. I was a bit worried about the ouzo and star anise in it, but decided to give it a go. I was pleased to find it was simple and delicious and I'll be making it again soon.
We picked 6lbs wild boysenberries yesterday and had them home and turned into jam within 3 1/2 hours. It really is delicious stuff! The lemon helps setting and butter settles any scum that may have formed.I have always made jam by pouring into hot sterilized jars and have never killed anyone. If you would like to process in a hot water bath-feel free. I won't give directions here but someone in the canning forum could help you. I wash, dry then heat my jars in a hot oven while my jam cooks, then pour the jam in while the jars are hot out of the oven.