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    Zaar Tour III Part 1

    Recipes I made during the First part of the tour 3 visiting Great Britain & Ireland, Australia & New Zealand from May 24 to June 5th also the wilds cards Caribbean Islands, United States of America, Spain & Portugal in the same time frame.
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    This is how we eat our bacon in our family

    Recipe #185787

    I found this recipe in my cookbook called "Four Ingredient Cooking", by Joanna Farrow, it is described as best-known Spanish tortilla. You can add red/yellow peppers, cooked peas, corn, grated Cheddar or Swiss cheese into the mixture in step 2, if you like, and season to taste with salt, pepper and any herbs.

    Recipe #230752

    This is a great side dish with steak, chicken or burgers. Not for the those looking for low-fat recipes. Just so yummy like potato skins appetizers.

    Recipe #222264

    Another recipe from the Kraft Foods Tapas Party (yes, I am getting ready for ZWT III and all the recipes sounded good and EASY!). Name brands are removed to protect those of us who don't want to buy their stuff! :) Also modified because KF put too many of the instructions for their recipe in the ingredient list. So mine LOOKS more complicated, but it's not. Cook time includes refrigeration.

    Recipe #229051

    Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. Made this last night for dinner and was extremely pleased with the results. Very low fat, but I doubt anyone will notice. Herbs and sweet vegetables were wonderful. I used thyme instead of tarragon as I didn't have any tarragon on hand. Very easy to make. Sprinkle with freshly grated parmesan, if desired. From a website featuring Australian recipes. It called for 20 cloves of garlic, but I figured that was a typo.

    Recipe #134762

    These herbs are known for helping relax and make you sleepy. Drink this before bedtime and get a good nights sleep! The original recipe calls for 1 1/2 oz Vervain leaves, but Zaar won't let vervain go through so I have modified it. Please feel free to use the vervain, it is good for nervousness, will tone up the system, good for stomach troubles. Adapted from Herbal Teas. This may be put in a jar with directions and given as a gift too, perhaps with some bath crystals and a good book! You may also use valerian instead or with the vervain. Look in your health food stores for these teas.

    Recipe #190691

    Peppermint tea helps indigestion, head colds, headaches, appetite loss, bronchitis, and fever and gall bladder problems. It can be used as a blood and liver tonic. Lemon balm will perk you up in the morning, help bloating, gas, mood disorders, bronchial inflammation, high blood pressure, mild vomiting, toothache, earache and headaches, has anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. Lemon balm is said to be good for depression and helps relieve cramps. Great to package and give as gifts too! Recipe originated from Europe-England, France, etc.

    Recipe #190700

    I just love roasted potatoes and horseradish. This recipe combines them both!!! Great with roast beef.

    Recipe #147156

    Easy appetizer or snack.

    Recipe #224598

    A wonderful salad with strong flavours. I wouldn't have a salad any other way.

    Recipe #62795

    A fairly simple coffee cake. A great treat for yourself and the family yet pretty enough for company. This is being posted for the British/Irish section of the tour.

    Recipe #230013

    Thick rump or Sirloin steaks, encrusted with cracked black peppercorns, pan-fried to collect all the juices, served with a Stilton cheese & toasted walnut topping, with charred fried onions on the side............phew........AND chips (French fries)!!! Interested?! This is a dish I have eaten countless times in numerous local Pubs in the North of England - it has to be my favourite way to eat steak! You don't need anything else, apart from a mixed side salad maybe AND a pint of "real" ale to wash it down with! I have recreated this dish at home - and once you have peeled and sliced you onions and sorted out your Stilton cheese and chips, it's a doddle! I often use "oven" chips, or my Dad's Recipe #193370 which are great with this meal. Try to choose locally produced beef for your steak, and preferably organic. Just for interest, Sirloin steak was named, so the legend says, by King Henry VIII, who having enjoyed it so much, "knighted" the loin of beef on the spot, so loin of beef became SIRloin!!

    Recipe #216644

    6 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    I found this recipe on the Arizona Republic newspaper's website. The drink recipe is served at Maxie's World Grill in Phoenix, AZ.

    Recipe #57684

    Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. Quick & easy way to make fine breadcrumbs homemade! Not that I think these are uniquely Irish bread crumbs, but I was glad to have come across a recipe for homemade seasoned bread crumbs in The New Irish Table and thought many of you would be too. Any bread should work with this recipe, but the recipe specified baguette. Instructions for using toasted bread instead of dried are my own. Toasting instructions should be reduced for thinner sliced bread (less than 3/4-1 inch). I tried this recipe using toasted sourdough bread and my only recommendation is that you process in batches. Otherwise, outcome was fantastic!

    Recipe #134615

    This is another tasty cocktail from Australian Bartender magazine. I'm not even a real Malibu fan & I had a few of these last night after work & they were great :) To chill the glass add a scoop of ice & some water while you are preparing the drink, then discard when you've finished your shaking.

    Recipe #172217

    I like to use small whole new potatoes for this tasty potato salad.

    Recipe #98548

    Sizzling with flavour! This Tex-Mex Burger has a lot of taste appeal and the visual isn't half-bad, either. Your mouth will explode with the flavours of spicy-hot Tex-Mex cuisine, tempered with a guacamole dressing. Members of the Kitchen Tourists suggested ingredients suitable for this delectable treat and so: Ed&Theresa - avocado; Muffin Goddess - lime; MA HIKER - hot sauce; fluffernutter - chipotle in adobo; Melody Ashcraft - tomato; Mandy from Oz - scallions; Laffer - cilantro; ms.susan - chili powder; TansGram - monterey jack cheese; and I provided the pickled jalapeno rings as per Recipe #170474. I'm sure you'll agree that these ingredients all came together sublimely to make the best burger ever. I would also like to thank Rita L, without whom this burger would just not have been possible. If Rita hadn't sent me a tin of chipotle in adobo last Fall, and if I hadn't frozen what I hadn't used then, this burger would just not have been possible! THANK YOU RITA!!! (this recipe is based on one I have already posted but seriously adapted)

    Recipe #230551

    This simple fruity cocktail comes from Delicious magazine in Australia. The only alcohol you'll need is Bacardi rum.

    Recipe #222053

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is ideal for anyone with diabetes or who is watching calories yet wants a very nice treat.

    Recipe #217950

    I love to drink these in the mornings. I'd rather drink this than eat in the mornings before I go to work, sometimes you're just not very hungry that early in the morning and this sticks with you through the day.

    Recipe #121207

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