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    I know there is the Edmonds Cookbook version of this dressing but this is the one that I grew up with and its slightly different, it came from the back of the highlander condensed milk tin, I still make it today and it seems to keep indefinately in the fridge, great with everything.

    Recipe #157000

    I found this on another site on the internet, we printed off quite a few egg nog recipes and this seemed to be the one that appealed the most, it was yummy

    Recipe #128654

    My Dad just loves Buckwheat Cakes and when he lived in Canada ate them all the time, the problem in New Zealand for a long time you couldn't buy Buckwheat flour, well now you can!! He looked at about five different recipes on Zaar and has come up with this one. He made it for breakfast the other morning and this was so good served with Maple Syrup with a sprinkling of lemon juice. Just supurb, hope everyone else likes them just as much as we did

    Recipe #180242

    This is from the book of Charmaine Soloman. We are preserving limes in bulk and they are wonderful for cooking, remember this is a recipe for preserved limes not fresh limes!!! I just love this, the flavour of this is strong so you do not need much.

    Recipe #139800

    This is my mother's recipe, she always used to freeze her root ginger and then she came up with this idea. As root ginger is called for in so many recipes these days its just so quick and easy to grab straight away out of the fridge. This is brilliant because you can either prepare as little or as much ginger as you wish, its best to make a lot when the good quality ginger is in season!! You only have to make this once a year as it keeps indefinately. I will value your comments with this one

    Recipe #128838

    This is a gorgeous relish to go with most meats and fabulous in sandwiches with cheese, great to serve as a relish with cheese and antipasto platter.

    Recipe #128580

    This is the old faithful from the Edmonds Cookbook, anyone from New Zealand will know what I'm talking about!!

    Recipe #139792

    This jam has a wonderful flavour, all who have tried it have loved it!!

    Recipe #137275

    We have three lime trees so I am constantly looking for recipes involving limes, I came across this one for lime marmalade and everyone just loves it!!

    Recipe #128848

    These are my mother's world famous lamb shanks. They are absolutely delicious, the meat literally falls off the bone. Serve with vegetables and mashed potatoes. Wonderful with Merlot! It just sets off the flavours. Fabulous to serve for a dinner party as you can socialise and get everything ready because they cook for so long.

    Recipe #128651

    These are to die for. Absolutely fabulous with a cheese board, they just add that magnificent flavour. We have access to three fig trees and make these all summer, they are gorgeous, you must have a dehydrator to make these though, the oven just doesn't work.

    Recipe #137276

    This is just gorgous, the limey flavour really sets this off. Beautiful in sandwiches with meats and cheese, gorgous with cheese and anitpasto platter!! Also goes well with curries and most cold meats

    Recipe #128850


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