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    Yummy golden little pancakes served warm with jam or honey. Every Australian would have made these many times throughout their youth. My son had his little friend over today and I ended up making a second batch because the boys gobbled them up and begged for more.

    Recipe #102655

    My little boy loves to help cook. I let him experiment with ingredients on the weekend and he made this lovely drink. Cold and creamy...he's our own little chef :)

    Recipe #149149

    I found this recipe in the 1991 edition of the Australian Women's Weekly. It has been a family favourite ever since. A very good recipe to fall back on to if you forget to defrost some meat for dinner.

    Recipe #90662

    Simple and tasty. Uses ingredients I always keep in the pantry. Perfect cold as finger food for a picnic lunch or hot with vegetable for dinner.

    Recipe #125017

    Very simple and very tasty. Never any leftovers.

    Recipe #107788

    20 years ago I worked the graveyard shift in a hotel restaurant in town. This was one of the most popular items on the menu with the late night drinkers.

    Recipe #113789

    I love this recipe. Best of all I don't have to battle with the kids to get them to eat their dinner...they love it too.

    Recipe #97905

    My Nana makes great a Spanakopita, but refuses to show me how to make it because I don't visit enough. It has taken me years of practice but now my father thinks mine is better than his mother's--don't tell Nana.

    Recipe #87305

    A yummy easy muffin - I stumbled on in an attempt to use up the left over sour cream & some browning bananas - I whipped out my trusty blender and threw this togeather with some items I usually keep in the cupboard. In just over 5 minutes they were in the oven....and most of that time was spent trying to separate the patty papers from each over.

    Recipe #155922

    Another clipping I have kept from the Australian Womans Weekly 1987. A little taste of country cooking from rural New South Wales. I made this for my husband to take as morning tea at his work once and it went very quickly.(About 500 grms of raw pumpkin will cook down to 1 1/2 cups mashed)

    Recipe #100179

    I was given this recipe by a work friend about 17 years ago when I was just a young bride learning my way in the kitchen. I am still young and this is still my husband's favourite recipe for corn beef. It's simple and the flavour is not cluttered up with cloves and onion.

    Recipe #128773

    A pretty dessert which my kids much prefer over Christmas pudding.

    Recipe #106129

    I found this recipe in an old Woman's Weekly that I was about to recycle. Ideal for a picnic lunch.

    Recipe #363752

    We may not get snow for Christmas, but we make a beautiful sweet slice called "White Christmas". Great for gift baskets - definitely an Australian icon. This recipe is from a clipping I have kept as a young bride circa 1989.

    Recipe #199221

    The mint had overtaken my herb garden...and so began the discovery of my children's favourite meal. It is a simple rustic recipe, which makes my life easier.

    Recipe #89479

    My kids always ask me to buy bananas when I shop, however these same short people tend not to want to eat them when it comes to home time. I end up with bunches going brown in the fruit bowl....I really don't like waste :( There were 4 bananas left and would have to be thrown out by the morning...so I whipped these up and the kids loved them. You could insert sticks to have like a lolly pop, however I chose not to, so to avoid the inevitable sword fights at the dinner table.

    Recipe #108679

    Recipe #224977

    A lady at work told me about this recipe. Good for teaching kids to cook - and makes a tasty & filling meal.

    Recipe #221377

    A beautiful neon-purple dip that is healthy, low in fat & most important...yum!!! Has a bit of a heat kick. Serve with celery & carrot sticks for entertaining or swap it for mayo on a salad sandwich.

    Recipe #363501

    My mum passed away in 1990. I loved her chicken livers - rich tomato sauce with perfect livers and garlic and oregano. My mistake was never to get her to teach me how she made it when she was still with us. I have been trying to recreate this recipe for 20 years and it only touches the hem of what my mother's was. Yet my kids love it and so I will put it here for safe keeping so it can not be lost for them

    Recipe #495672

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