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    From Donna Hays Autumn 2009 magazine.

    Recipe #426113

    From The Adventure Chef. http://www.akdiscovery.net/features/Himalaya/chef/

    Recipe #418843

    From simplyrecipes.com - adjust the sugar to the tartness or sweetness of your plums. I used Amaretto instead of Grand Marnier to stop it freezing solid and have doubled the recipe with success.

    Recipe #418160

    From Mark Bittmans, How to Cook Everything Vegetarian.

    Recipe #418100

    This takes little time to prepare and is great when you just don't want to have to think!

    Recipe #412411

    This recipe came on the back of a loaf tin from Anolon and I live in Australia so I'm not sure how 'Southern' this will be! Untried

    Recipe #411213

    This is from Gordon Ramsays Healthy Appetite and hands down my favourite recipe for Pho! Omit the beef if you'd like a vegetarian version, and add bok choi.

    Recipe #404146

    Prosciutto, figs and mint, or squashed cannellini beans with garlic - you decide! This describes two toppings for bruschetta and crostini from Jamie's Italy. Each variation tops 12 slices of bread.

    Recipe #402102

    From Jamie's Italy. Untested.

    Recipe #402101

    From Jamie's Italy - I always add a tablespoon or two of pesto.

    Recipe #402100

    Really fast and tasty dinner - not dissimilar to gozleme!

    Recipe #402030

    I found this recipe on a lovely lady’s blog who recently passed away. I've been looking for a spinach and potato soup recipe ever since a friend made it for me, so I thought I would honor this lady’s memory by trying it. The blog is here in case you're interested: http://oldageisabitch.blogspot.com

    Recipe #372468

    From cuisine.com.au - I'm not sure of the difference between a mandarin, tangerine, or clementine but this looks delicious. Untried.

    Recipe #312477

    Taken from the Epicure section of The Age newspaper, which in turn was taken from a grandmothers recipe book, this is an absolutely fast and delicious dessert best served with cream or ice-cream. You can substitute the golden syrup for some other sugar syrup like honey or maple but it will be a LOT sweeter.

    Recipe #312214

    I have a vegetable delivery box, and this week came a lot of tomatoes and eggplant, so I conjured this one up with great success - my partner loved it and he hates eggplant! The roasted tomatoes collapse and make a sauce of their own which the eggplant absorbs - delicious and simple!

    Recipe #302278

    This is the recipe my grandmother uses to make scones, they are delicious!

    Recipe #293996

    This tasty and simple dish appeared in the SMH Good Living section on June 12, 2007, and is by Bill Granger.

    Recipe #275587

    From cuisine.com.au - untried

    Recipe #275154

    Untried, found in Googles cache (the original page had gone). To serve over greens or with pasta.

    Recipe #272342

    I first had this dessert on an island in Thailand in 2003. This recipe is from Appon's Thai Food Recipes website. It says to serve it hot, but I personally prefer it chilled as I think the taro has time to soak in the sugar.

    Recipe #257191

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