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    Want a cheesecake that is different that does not taste anything like modern cheesecakes? Then try this. It comes from a 17th Century cookbook. The rosewater completely changes the taste.

    Recipe #29406

    A chutney which can be used as a condiment. It also goes very well as the chutney used in Recipe #29489.

    Recipe #29956

    This was a quick easy meal which I designed when I had a family and worked. I have cooked it for many American friends who call it Aussie Beef and Mushrooms. They all seem to love it.

    Recipe #16429

    A very "more-ish" biscuit (or cookie) which goes very well as a dipping biscuit (sweet). My friends keep coming back for more. From an old recipe book from 17th Century

    Recipe #27148

    Vegetarian cabbage rolls with walnut make this dish unusual. The paprike adds just a little dash to the mix. This recipe was given to me by one of my daughters school mates. I hope you enjoy the meatmess version.

    Recipe #30835

    This is an open cherry pie with a Pavlova-like topping. Very easy to make. I picked the recipe up in England when I was there, and have been 'wowing' my friends with it ever since.

    Recipe #29334

    Chicken like you have never tasted before. Found in a 16th Century "Cookbook". Different types of honey will produce variations in taste. Best if served with plain boiled rice.

    Recipe #23914

    For chocolate lovers. Each too much and watch you waistline expand. But oh so yummy! From Hawaii.

    Recipe #29305

    A refreshing drink - healthy. Found in a 16th Century "cookbook"

    Recipe #23890

    A plain chutney that goes well as a condiment or even spread on bread or toast

    Recipe #29962

    A simple, almost foolproof way to cook a vegetarian version of Spanish Rice. Can be served as a dish in its own right or as a side dish to other food.

    Recipe #30924

    Chocolate pudding, rich and sweet. Served with your favourtite topping (cream, ice cream or ??). So simple to make and so delicious.

    Recipe #43337

    Wonderful with salads, excellent at picnics or as finger food at parties

    Recipe #21705

    A 'sweet' dish of carrots with the option of sesame seed.

    Recipe #29402

    This makes a good vegetable dish to serve with grilled steak, chops or a mixed grill as well as with a satay. Even those who don't like cabbage may well enjoy this.

    Recipe #30653

    A light, easy to prepare, milk dish. Can be picked up and eaten from the fingers.

    Recipe #23895

    It look like mashed pumpkin, but it isn't pumpkin. Vary the proportion of carrots/sweet potatoes and spices to your liking.

    Recipe #29710

    A different way to eat peas.

    Recipe #23898

    MultiMeat Pie. Recipe created the the "Ready, Set, Cook" competition in June 2002. I basically adapted an existing medieval recipe which my friends have all enjoyed. Have fun with the polenta 'pie case'. You can always substitute a regular pastry case for the polenta.

    Recipe #31301

    A different way to serve mushrooms and leeks. Taken from a 16th Century "cookbook".

    Recipe #23903

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