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    This one is tasty, I usually get it ready the night before then put it in the crock pot and leave it on low all day.

    Recipe #3505

    This one keeps well. It's an old favourite, easy.

    Recipe #3509

    This one doesn't use roasted capsicums, but it is delicious. I make it every year and freeze it. I have made it with red, yellow and orange capsicums, they all have a slightly different taste. All good.

    Recipe #3408

    This is an old one Mum used to make during WW 2. I always knew when Dad was coming home on leave, as Mum would make this pudding and get in the cream, and we would have roast beef for dinner. I used to like this cold too, the bananas go a bit dark when cold, but it was still yummy. Recipe by Edie Nelson (My Mum)

    Recipe #3407

    This is an easy one from an old recipe book of my Grandmothers. I double the recipe.

    Recipe #3405

    Went to a wee do on Saturday and everyone had to bring a finger food that was a bit different. I took these and they were delicious, the lime just finishes them off. We all decided the mixture would make a nice 'chutney' for cold meats too.

    Recipe #2068

    I have made this into burgers and put them into buns really good for a change.

    Recipe #1842

    Nice and simple.

    Recipe #1870

    Copied this out of an old magazine in the Dr's waiting room. Sounds good.

    Recipe #3174

    These go well with a beer. Cheers, Doreen Doreen Randal, Wanganui. New Zealand

    Recipe #1823

    I made this today and it tasted good, BUT I would use veal schnitzel instead of beef. Maybe the beef I used was from the very rear end of the schnitzel, the meat was tough, but the innards were good :-)

    Recipe #3143

    This is a simple one.

    Recipe #1731

    This one is excellent

    Recipe #3085

    If you can get a 'cheap' leg of lamb, that's the best.

    Recipe #3061

    My friend rang and said they were coming to visit and bringing the meal. This is what she bought, yummy! She bought the recipe with her as she knew I would ask for it. PORK SPARERIBS IN TANGY SAUCE (Microwave 600 watts)

    Recipe #3647

    I made this last Friday and it is really good. I basted the pork with the glaze while it was cooking.

    Recipe #3646

    Quick, easy and tasty.

    Recipe #1296

    RABBIT AND PRUNE CASSEROLE Source:- Two Hundred Years of New Zealand Cookery

    Recipe #3628

    Marinating time not included in prep time.

    Recipe #3626

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