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    Given that I was out late the day before Mother's Day this year, I knew there was no way I'd be able to get up early enough to bring my mother breakfast in bed, as tradition dictates. So instead, I bought her a new crockpot, and put it in the oven when I got home, filled with this simple breakfast cobbler, so that when she awoke, the house was full of the smell of cooked apples and cinnamon, and she had a hot breakfast waiting for her. It's quite filling, so it'll feed more people than you'd expect. It can be refrigerated and reheated.

    Recipe #227819

    Last night, a friend of mine introduced me to a little noodle bar called Perth Noodle Wok. I sampled one of their stir fries, and was impressed by its flavour, but was convinced that I could do a better job. Here's what I came up with.

    Recipe #219883

    My dad used to absolutely hate couscous - Until I made it for him. Highly recommended for broadening the horizons of picky eaters - Also makes a great stuffing if you add cheese.

    Recipe #214117

    I made these to take to a barbecue last week, to satisfy the herbivores among us. They turned out really well - Enjoy!

    Recipe #214115

    This is something my dad created when we ran out of seaweed sheets for making sushi. Perfect for those who don't like the taste of seaweed. Note that I added curried egg to the

    Recipe #213218

    I prepared these for my girlfriend and I for Valentine's Day, 2007. Easy to make, and visually stunning, this cherry tiramisu can be served in martini glasses, as a perfect finish to a perfect meal. Note that the cherry sauce should be made a few hours earlier, as it will need time to cool in the fridge.

    Recipe #212397

    I made this for my girlfriend and I, for Valentine's Day 2007. It's very easy to make, has a gentle, delicate flavour, and is the perfect way to start of a hearty meal.

    Recipe #212396

    These were inspired by an episode of House MD, where Dr. Wilson makes them. They have to be tasted to be believed. Please note that when I made these, I didn't measure the ingredients, I just threw it together, so you may need to alter the measurements slightly.

    Recipe #212384

    I made this up based on a relatively empty cupboard. It tastes great, and is the easiest thing in the world to make.

    Recipe #208460

    I invented this today, when I started making a cherry smoothie. I had just finished pitting a bag of cherries, when I found I had no bananas left. Looking through my fridge for suitable alternatives, I spotted half an avocado that was starting to go dark. So I threw it in, and it worked brilliantly. Please note that I didn't actually measure any of the ingredients when I made this, I just threw things in, so any measurements I give are merely estimates.

    Recipe #203971

    I made this to accompany my Dukkah Chicken (#388664), but it would be good with a variety of mediterranean dishes.

    Recipe #184057

    I looked on Zaar for a recipe for this, and couldn't find any, so I decided to make up my own. I recommend serving this with my Mediterranean Fried Cous Cous (#388661)

    Recipe #183671

    This is a recipe that my sister taught me. It's really quick and easy to make, and delicious!

    Recipe #180124

    This is a delicious, and highly inhebriating Egg Nog recipe I usually make at Christmas, and Easter, and Christmas in July, and just about every other chance I get to make it, because it's so damn good!

    Recipe #180018

    I'm not a vegetarian, but occasionally I cook vegetarian meals for my dad (He hates them, but they're good for his diabetes!) These are Thai style rissoles, made with black eyed beans, and they're absolutely delicious!

    Recipe #179906


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