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    This cake can be mixed in the container it is going to be baked in for example a roasting pan or a round deep cake tin. There is no need to grease it. This makes a lovely moist chocolate cake and a good size too perfect as a birthday cake.

    Recipe #339303

    These little cakes served in a luminous red pepper sauce, are likely to convert those who arent excited about zucchini. Perfect vegetarian lunch.

    Recipe #345319

    This has been a tradition in my family for three generations to make huge batches of these every christmas and give them out to family friends and workmates. EVERYBODY loves these they melt in your mouth and taste divine. you will have everybody raving about them. And the best thing about them is how simple they are to make. Can be easily doubled, trebled..

    Recipe #344689

    Melt in your mouth choclatey biscuits that will have them coming back for more. I personally think these are the best chocolate chip biscuits ever! I always add more choclate than the recipe states and they can be frozen too. If you dont have a chocolate bar use choclate chips. These are great to give as a gift or for a bake sale as they are always popular.

    Recipe #339300

    creamy, delishous, super easy, perfect to impress that special person or for a dinner party. Easy to double treble whatever you need.

    Recipe #347657

    very tasty as a side dish, or serve it cold as a salad

    Recipe #347658

    Children just love this special treat as do the not so young, if you live in New Zealand eskimo lollies work well in this recipe,

    Recipe #344925

    Delishous, decandent, will have everyone coming back for more, this is a family favorite. If pressed for time store bought meringues are fine to use. I also use frozen raspberries when they arent in season.

    Recipe #344707

    perfect brunch, lunch, quick snack, comehome late from the pub with all your mates type snack. Very tasty, mix it up add whatevers in your fridge.

    Recipe #347525

    You bite into the oyster and you get an icy cold explosion of flavour. This other than natural is my favorite way to eat an oyster, great for entertaining as they stay cold and look great!

    Recipe #340331

    wonderful as a Main dish, or as a side dish

    Recipe #345118

    This salad is wonderful great to take as a plate to a BBQ

    Recipe #339672

    When you mix puree'd fruit and tofu you get a thick amazingly smooth and delicious pudding like mixture. Adjust the flavouring carefully top with some toasted flaked almonds and you have a popular, cholesterol free almost instant dessert.

    Recipe #345320

    These New Zealand delicacys are to die for. For only a few months a year tiny fish called Inunga (whitebait) migrate up our rivers to be scooped up into nets by keen fishermen the best way to cook them is over an open fire by the river bank. But are wonderful from frozen if you are ever in New Zealand make sure you head to the South Island west coast and try some. This is the taste of my childhood, fishing with my grandad.

    Recipe #339305


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