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    This is a REALLY popular Aussie dessert-one that you often find at potlucks. It's simple and yummy-what more could you ask for! Editing to add the photo is of a double mixture. Additional photos show the steps involved making this ring.

    Recipe #42453

    I've been making this for years without a recipe, so when dale! asked me for the recipe, I had to stop and think. I also use the same mix (less lemon juice) for a pineapple cheesecake. You can add sugar, but I love the tart lemon flavour. If you like your base right up the side of the cheesecake, double the base mixture-I like more cake, less crumbs!

    Recipe #35872

    I have been making this particular fruit cake recipe for about 28 years now. It's a traditional cake for weddings, birthdays and Christmas in Australia. Although I submitted the original recipe, I personally would soak the fruit for a day or two in port or brandy before I baked the cake, as I like a really moist and boozy fruit cake. I double or triple the recipe depending on the size tins I will be using, and often make about 12 of these in varying sizes as gifts for Christmas.

    Recipe #36122

    This is a regular family favourite that we serve with Moroccan or Lebanese style meals. Or Greek or Italian-whatever we feel like I guess! And we love these so much, 2 spuds each is almost not enough!

    Recipe #36688

    I promise this is one of the nicest ways to enjoy quality tomatoes and basil. Like I say, don't make this if you can't get hold of home-grown or vine-ripened tomatoes. It's not worth doing. And don't use your tomatoes from the fridge.

    Recipe #30135

    One of the few desserts my husband will make if we are having guests for dinner. The Creme de Cassis really makes the dish, and is lovely in Champagne Cocktails too!

    Recipe #23453

    Recipe supplied per a request. We love this as a dip with savoury crackers and raw veggies, or a sauce on Souvlaki.

    Recipe #23514

    2nd sons favourite dish. We eat this about once a month, though I vary the pesto, and occasionally add capsicums or olives.

    Recipe #23791

    My idea of a special occassion dish, and one that Russell is often asked to cook for ME. I could eat the Salsa Verde off a spoon, I love the flavours so much.

    Recipe #23987

    One of my favourite curries that I find quite quick and easy.

    Recipe #22306

    I got this off the internet a few years ago. It is now my youngest son(a chef in Melbourne)'s requested dish when he's at home. So I guess to him it's major comfort food!

    Recipe #22525

    My youngest sons most requested side dish when we eat curry. He loves the left-overs hot or cold too.

    Recipe #22750

    Another meal that I think is quick and tasty, and better than take-aways. Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #22872

    A favourite that I like to make for dinner parties.

    Recipe #20983

    This is a dish we eat once or twice a month. For a change, you can cook sliced potatoes and sauteed onions in stock under the lamb. They get all those yummy garlicky juices dripping on to them.

    Recipe #21138

    This recipe came from one of the first cookbooks I ever bought, "Casserole Cookbook". The price is still on the cover-$1.25- so you can only imagine how many years I have been cooking and enjoying these shanks.

    Recipe #21165

    This yummy curry is one of my husbands specialities.

    Recipe #21607

    My mother's recipe is a family favourite.

    Recipe #21617

    We love these as an entree, but not when there's company, as we always eat every morsel off the bones. They are messy to eat but yummy! Prep time includes marinating of the quail.

    Recipe #22205

    My favourite soup on a hot summers day-I just love this. The prep time doesn't include chilling which I think takes about 6 hours. The canned Asian chicken stock I used to use is no longer available, so Aussies note I now use the boxed liquid stuff.

    Recipe #22245

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