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    Use either Rice, Cider or Malt Vinegar for this recipe. White Vinegar is not recommended. This is a mixture for 3 Japanese cups of Rice

    Recipe #450749

    This is the easiest way to cook rice in a pot on the stove. This technique was shown to me at a sushi making class.

    Recipe #450747

    This is a fantastic salad recipe that I got off a family member. It is always a hit when she makes it and takes it to barbeques and I have made it three or four times and it is just as successful. The dressing is best made the day before if you can as it lets the flavours blend into one another and the taste improves. It stores in the fridge for ages.

    Recipe #443789

    I adapted this recipe from Bev's recipe#35813 they are the most amazing biscuits and I wanted to see if they would taste just as good without the oats and raisins but with chocolate....they do :) Used 1 cup of M&M's and 1 cup of chocolate chips....but you may like to use something else.

    Recipe #439313

    A different type of Meatloaf. We love this and it is great all year round. In winter we serve it with mounds of creamy mashed potatoes and vegetables on the side and in summer it is lovely served with a salad and fries. It is also delicious the next day reheated or cold in sandwiches or on toast. I also double the sauce sometimes if we want extra. But this makes a LOT so maybe if you wanted more you could make 1½ times the sauce.

    Recipe #439310

    I got this "potion" from a friend. I must say i was a bit skeptical at first.....but the results are amazing! It also leaves behind a lovely smell.

    Recipe #427345

    I got this recipe out of a Dish Magazine. It is beautiful! Prep time included time to marinate. I sometimes marinate over night.

    Recipe #426368

    I got this recipe from a lift-out in a New Idea Magazine. It is really easy to make and it is tasty too. This can be made up to 4 days ahead and stored in an airtight container.

    Recipe #425363

    My friend Stace made this for me one night and it is SO good. It was really good when she first made it and brought it over but it was even better the next day after being stored in the fridge overnight. Cooking time is chilling time. This can be made and stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week (if it lasts that long)

    Recipe #396244

    My dad sweet talked the barmaid at the local tavern for this recipe. It is so good on pork bones or pork ribs.

    Recipe #380119

    These are my FAVOURITE!!! I love them. I could eat them every day if I was allowed. I had massive cravings for them when I was pregnant with my youngest son......And had none on hand which was inconvenient as I had to wait three weeks after bottling before I could eat them. :) Needless to say, they are fabulous. I think that my Dad got this recipe from my Nana. He likes to reserve the sauce once he has finished a jar and throw in more onions. Not sure where it originates from.....I have only seen one recipe on here that is similar.....please try. Cook time is soaking/storing time.

    Recipe #380118

    I'm not sure where mum got this recipe. But it is a lovely addition to family gatherings. Worth the extra effort. You can find the recipe for the soya sauce rice dressing in my recipes.

    Recipe #380112

    My nana gave my mum this recipe. And she gave it to me. She uses these biscuits as bribes at work :) They are good. I also use the dough to make "spice people" because my kids prefer them to gingerbread men :)

    Recipe #380096

    The sauce to go with mum's rice salad.

    Recipe #380094

    My mum got this recipe off a friend of hers years ago. They are really nice and easy to make. I'm not sure where the recipe came from originally.

    Recipe #380091

    Another recipe from my Parents. This is SO yummy. And easy too.

    Recipe #380090

    Another recipe that I got from my Nana. It is a really yummy hot sauce. It's flavour intensifies and develops on storing. This is one of my dad's favourites.

    Recipe #380088

    This was in our local paper and we thought we would give it a try. It is a recipe from Graham Hawkes. It is lovely!!!

    Recipe #378133

    Another recipe from my Mother-in-law. I don't like coffee, but I love these! You can't really taste the coffee but they do add something to the biscuits.

    Recipe #364276

    Of all my childhood memories, this would have to be the sweetest. My Mum used to make this for me for my birthday parties and it was always a huge hit. Now, I enjoy making it for my kids. It also makes a great gift packaged up in some coloured paper with nice ribbon.

    Recipe #360646

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