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    The title sounds strange, but the mixture of red beetroot (beets) and chocolate gives a wonderfully "earthy" flavour, not to sweet and for those who don;t like beetroot you really cannot taste the beetroot taste. From Delicious Magazine July 2004

    Recipe #117009

    A very different, visually stunning, awesome summer salad. Kaikoura Restaurant in New Zealand (South Island)

    Recipe #116822

    From the September 2004 issue of "Delicious" magazine, an Australian publication. These were very simply to make and tasted really fabulous, a great alternative to the bigger sized portion, and pretty good for a dinner party too!Using a mandoline, from kitchenware shops will makes this easier to prepare.

    Recipe #99445

    My mother had a friend called Mimmi Ritz, who used to make this dish. I remembered it yesterday, made it last night and everyone really enjoyed it. I was encouraged to post it today, so I hope you enjoy it too!

    Recipe #86832

    I found this recipe about 30 years ago, when I was living in England. I was a young bride, not able to cook anything at all. I bought a tin of cooked Ham, and this recipe was on the back, so I made it! I passed it on to my mother, who loved it too. It is quick and easy, tasty, a is good for almost any occasion, from casual family meal to the "I'm not cooking tonight" evenings!

    Recipe #86739

    This recipe was published in the March 2004 issue of "Delicious" magazine. I buy this publication often, and this recipe has inspired me to make a spectacular dessert. I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #86567

    This wonderful recipe came from the Australian Womens Weekly Cookbook series, " The Barbeque Cookbook". I started buying copies of these wonderful magazines many years ago, and have hung on to them, they have even travelled with me from South Africa to Australia, where I now live. This recipe is easy, looks wonderful and has won me many compliments. Hope you enjoy it too!

    Recipe #86407


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