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    Years ago, I adapted this recipe from a 1970s paperback Booth's (Pillsbury) Fish and Seafood Cookbook. It has always had rave reviews from tasters here. It's on the stove now and two of our past exchange students, who are visiting now, want to know why I never served it before. It's quick, easy, tasty and nourishing. We love the herbs, so I tend to use up to a full teaspoon of each.

    Recipe #200734

    Prawns that were cooked, shelled and deveined were on sale today, so I bought them and made up this recipe because I couldn't find anything on the net. Anyway, it got five-plus stars from everyone at the table, so I thought I'd post it before I forgot it. It was so easy and I'm sure you can 'juggle' the portions and the ingredients. By the way, Lebanese cucumbers are the long, thin ones (don't know what they are called in the USA—would appreciate it if you can tell me). Good luck and enjoy.

    Recipe #205191

    This colourful salad looks fantastic on the table, and is so-o-o easy to make. I originally created it to take to a barbecue, and everyone loved it. You can be flexible with quantities for the feta, olives and dressing—suit your own taste and visual preferences. Also, you can add chopped parsley or any other herbs or spices that appeal to you.

    Recipe #206616

    This is for lentil lovers. When I saw the RSC#9 ingredients, I knew I had to come up with a recipe for lentil soup or dahl. This is a bit of both -- a thick-ish lentil soup or a watery dahl. It is very quick and easy to make, and very warming on a wintry day. Use vegetable stock to make it a completely vegetarian dish.------

    Recipe #211542

    Every Friday at work, we have a trivia quiz and drinks. Nibbles are usually served. This dip was my contribution this week -- and it led to a corn chip fight.

    Recipe #233405

    I made Petroushka's Recipe #207860 yesterday and thought -- the food processor is already dirty, so I might as well make something else. After a bit of experimentation, this was the end result. I took it to office drinks today and it got two thumbs up from everyone. I used a tin of baby carrots, but you can make this recipe harder for yourself by cooking 250 grams (8 ounces) of sliced fresh carrots until they are tender, draining them and then following the rest of the recipe. I'm sure you could double or triple this for a crowd. Use yogurt only if you need to reduce the heat.

    Recipe #251513

    I first heard of kumquats when I moved to Australia in 1982 -- and then I discovered that my neighbours had an abundant supply. Fruit shouldn't go to waste, so I adapted this recipe from 'The Complete Book of Fruit' by Leslie Johns and Violet Stevenson. I have successfully doubled and tripled this recipe, but you will probably need to cook it longer to reach the jelling point. Time does not include overnight standing.

    Recipe #271451

    We love salads and are always looking for new ways to combine interesting ingredients. People have very personal preferences for dressings, so you can use the one noted here, or any dressing you prefer. Created for RSC #11.

    Recipe #283002


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