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    This is a family recipe for spaghetti and meatballs. Absolutely NOT Italian style. I guess it's an Australian-ised version. For the best 'Aussie' flavour use Rosella canned tomato soup. Serve with Mashed Potatoes and sprinkle with Tasty Cheese.

    Recipe #352669

    At the fruit market I found some wonderful pears and couldn't resist buying some. I got home and wanted to make a pear dessert, so I searched the 'Zaar and found a few recipes I liked, and as usual, had to mess them up and make my own! So thanks to Dancer (Recipe #80786) and TeraGram (Recipe #39011) for the inspiration, and also to my old faithful "Central Cookery Book" (an Australian/Tasmanian Icon). Also, my eggs were home-laid and all double yolkers, so you may want to use two whole eggs and two egg yolks, depending on your eggs.

    Recipe #326984

    My husband recently went hunting and brought home a deer. Now we have a freezer full and I have been searching for recipes - thanks to all of you who have posted Venison Recipes. Hubby and I came up with this idea ourselves and it turned out beautifully. We used a boned leg, but you could use any roasting cut, just butterfly it or create a pouch for the stuffing. You could use other herbs and flavourings, but the Cranberries and Port really compliment the Venison. Prep. time does not include the soaking time.

    Recipe #291408

    This is the best sweet and sour sauce recipe I've ever found. It is very close to the sweet and sour you get at chinese restaurants, a deep pink colour, glossy and tangy.

    Recipe #187166

    This is an adaptation from a 'Sizzler' dish called Malibu Chicken. It features a lovely chicken breast topped with ham and melted swiss cheese. It is best served with a tangy honey mustard sauce and fresh steamed vegetables.

    Recipe #183961


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