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    Adapted from Huey's recipe of the same name for the 2005 Zaar World Tour. Huey (Iain Hewitson) is a well-known Australian chef who has written several books, runs a popular Melbourne restaurant, and appears twice daily in his TV cooking show. This recipe is from his website.

    Recipe #136668

    This is Bianca Stravato's low calorie, low-fat family recipe for what non-Italians call 'stuffed mushrooms'. Bianca grew up on a farm in Calabria, and came to Australia when her family migrated here in 1964. As she says "We cook the same here that we did in Italy. We keep our traditions. It was harder in the early days because there weren't many Italian delis or shops". How different things are now as I post this recipe for the 2005 Zaar World Tour: Italian recipes have now been thoroughly integrated into C21st Australian cuisine. I found this recipe in the Leggo's Golden Anniversary Cookbook.

    Recipe #136652

    An easy to prepare dish which can be served at room temperature as part of an antipasto-style spread or warm as an accompaniment to meat or fish. Adapted from 'mediterranean kitchens' by Murdoch Books, for the 2005 Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #136649

    The classic provençal olive, anchovy and caper paste is a dish that was only developed in the nineteenth century. This recipe for tapenade is made with kalamata olives and an amazing blend of flavours. It has been adapted from 'mediterranean kitchen', published by Murdoch Books, and posted for the 2005 Zaar World Tour. The preparation time below does not include the time necessary for sterilising a jar. The instructions for this are included below.

    Recipe #136636

    A simple to make and attractive Mediterranean Tart, containing all the classic Mediterranean ingredients, adapted from a recipe on Huey's website. Huey (Iain Hewitson) is an Australian chef whose popular TV cooking show appears twice daily on weekdays. He is also the author of many books, and runs Tolarno's Restaurant in Melbourne. It is easy to increase the quantity of the ingredients, to vary the ingredients, add others (such as artichoke hearts) and to make several smaller tarts or individual tarts.

    Recipe #136634

    Adapted from Huey's recipe of the same name. Huey (Iain Hewitson) is an Australian chef who has written several books and whose highly popular TV cooking show appears twice daily. A tasty breakfast or brunch dish.

    Recipe #136500

    A Danish breakfast or brunch dish, adapted from a recipe on Australian chef Huey's website, and posted for the 2005 Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #136499

    A Jewish recipe, originally from "Foods From Eastern Europe Add Variety to Purim Menus" which I have adapted from one I found on www.jewish.com. Posted for the 2005 Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #136498

    A delicious-sounding recipe for bread from “The Basic Italian Cookbook” by Lesley Pagett, which I found on Australian chef Huey's website. I have not made this yet, but look forward to doing so. I would be inclined to add some garlic and some halved black olives. The cooking time below does not include the 21/2 hours resting time.

    Recipe #136375

    A delicious walnut spread which I have adapted from a recipe I found in the May 2005 issue of the Australian magazine 'Gourmet Traveller'. Of the walnut, the French apparently say that "Nothing is lost of the walnut but the sound of its shell being cracked". Cultivation of walnuts began in Persia and was spread by the Greeks and the Romans throughout Europe. The French use the walnut in walnut breads and walnut spreads. This spread can be kept, refrigerated, in an airtight container for up to a week.

    Recipe #136325

    A tasty salmon pie which I've adapted from a recipe I found on a website with Jewish recipes. Posted for the 2005 Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #136244

    Garlicky, lemony Italian-style grilled steaks served with steamed spinach. Adapted from a recipe on Huey's website. Huey (Iain Hewitson) is a popular Australian chef who hosts a TV show twice each weekday and has written several books. He also owns Tolarno's restaurant in Melbourne.

    Recipe #136215

    A delicious starter adapted from a recipe from Huey's website. Huey (Iain Hewitson) is a popular Australian chef, whose TV show appears twice daily. He is also the author of several books.

    Recipe #136213

    Adapted from a recipe by Australian chef Huey (Iain Hewitson) who hosts a popular TV cooking show twice daily. Posted for the 2005 Zaar World Tour. UPDATE: In her review, BarbryT commented that it is not specified where the fresh basil is used. You could add it on top of the dish with the parmesan, although when I've made this I've sprinkled it on top just before serving. If you're undecided, perhaps do half and half, then you'll know which you prefer a second time.

    Recipe #135928

    Adapted from a recipe by Australian chef Huey (Iain Hewitson), who hosts a popular television cooking show twice daily on weekdays. Posted here for the 2005 Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #135924

    A flavoursome and visually stunning recipe which will serve you equally well as an appetiser, as a light lunch or as part of a nearly vegetarian meal from Australian chef Iain Hewitson. This is a recipe which allows the key ingredients to be the stars: make sure you use the best quality ingredients you can find.

    Recipe #135885

    A recipe from Australian chef Iain Hewitson's book 'Tales and Recipes from a Traveling Cook', which I've adapted and posted for the Zaar World Tour 2005. Huey has published several books and his popular TV cooking show appears twice daily. Of this recipe, Huey says "Try this with different styles of beer - each will impart a different flavour. And, remember, stews and braises are even better when reheated the following day".

    Recipe #135500

    I found this intriguing recipe in Australian chef Iain Hewitson's book 'Tales and Recipes from a Travelling Cook'. Having tracked down the best Irish stew in Ireland - that served at The Common's Restaurant in Dublin - he arranged for the chef to cook it for him, only to discover that the chef was a Frenchman! Huey reports that the chef was "a terrific cook" and that his Irish stew was "thankfully, absolutely delicious". I've not yet tried this recipe. I've posted it for the Zaar World Tour 2005.

    Recipe #135497

    This is the stock used in a recipe I have just posted for Cashew and Leek Soup. It has been adapted from a book which I found today and just HAD TO BUY - 'Green: modern vegetarian recipes' by Australian cook Flip Shelton. I haven't tried any of the recipes yet, but all the recipes in the book sound wonderfully healthy; and this recipe is really quite different from the other vegetable stock recipes already posted. If you are wanting to make your own vegetable stock, you may want to combine the ideas here with another recipe. It's just that it could take a while to gather together the ingredients! As Flip says "It's so easy to make your own stock - plus it's a great way to use up things like vegetable peel (other than potato), carrot tops and bottoms, onion skins and the skinny inner stalks of celery. Start by saving well-washed vegetable peel in a plastic bag in the freezer. Keep adding to the bag until you have enough" to make this recipe. She doesn't mention making this in a crockpot, but this is where I'll be making it once I've got into the habit of saving the required ingredients!

    Recipe #135453

    Looking for Australian recipes for the Zaar World Tour 2005? Look no further! This is innovative Australian cuisine at its best: a most unusual and absolutely delicious-sounding recipe which I have adapted just slightly from a book I HAD TO BUY when I saw it today: 'Green: modern vegetarian recipes' by Australian cook Flip Shelton. As Flip says of this recipe you really can “brighten the darkest winter days with this warm, colourful salad”.

    Recipe #135365

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