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    A great tasting detox drink. Good things are not meant to taste so good. Have one twice a week in the morning, before breakfast. It will do you a world of good.

    Recipe #62925

    A really easy cold remedy...that just warms the body. Also a good body cleanser.

    Recipe #62924

    After tasting a WONDERFUL dish (which I have also posted) titled Steamed Palm Sugar Custards #58165. And seeing this looks like a cross of that wonderful dish and creme brulee, I just had to try it...NO REGRETS! Try it too!

    Recipe #62923

    An extremely versatile yoghurt that goes well with any fruit, from putted fruits to berries. Discovered this in Donna Hay's "Flavours" cookbook

    Recipe #62922

    Always wanted to know how to make a salt baked fish? So did I...tried out quite a few recipes, and loved this one from Donna Hay's "flavours" cookbook. It is essential that your fish is FRESH.

    Recipe #62921

    A wonderful recipe from donna hay's cookbook "flavours". Doesn't take long to make, but extremely rich. Your eyes are going to be tired from rolling to the back of your head. :P

    Recipe #62920

    A delicious and simple chicken dish from Donna Hay's Cookbook titled "Flavours". Extremely simple, but taste oh so good.

    Recipe #62919

    A very simple dish, but unique. Extremely tasty if you like garlic, which I just adore.

    Recipe #62476

    This is a wonderful chilli sauce/dip which goes well with pretty much ANYTHING. This makes 1 jar, which can be kept in the fridge for up to 1 week. Great as a gift for someone mad about chilli.

    Recipe #62472

    A local Singapore favourite. Very simple to prepare but mouth watering good.

    Recipe #62471

    CHILLI LOVERS WILL DIE FOR THIS DISH! It is a very traditional Singaporean dish. Traditionally, it is called devil cos it is so so so hot and spicy. I am WARNING ya...spicy...try it if you dare. Sue L, I think this is right down your alley. :) From the Cookbook by Violet Oon, "A Singapore Family Cookbook"

    Recipe #62470

    A simple but delish Thai grilled chicken. Cook time excludes marinate time.

    Recipe #61616

    A extremely wonderful soup from Simon Hopkinson's "roast chicken and other stories". Great on a cold day.

    Recipe #61615

    This is a simple French Onion Soup. On cold cold days, stir in a teaspoon of brandy into the soup before grilling. From Jill Dupleix's "New Food".

    Recipe #61613

    This is a very unique sweet. Nice pale green in colour, extremely light and refreshing. From Marie Claire Style "Sweet" cookbook by Jody Vassallo. Does not include freezing time.

    Recipe #61612

    Two different variations to a wonderful treat. They are To Die FOR. They look extremely pretty too. Freezing time not included in cook time. Recipe from Marie Claire Style "sweet" by Jody Vassallo

    Recipe #61611

    This is a great, simple drink to detox impurities from your body. It cleanses your body from the inside out. Extremely easy to drink too. Have one first thing in the morning, and one before bed. You will see the difference within a week. Try keeping this up for 1 week every month. If you can drink this everyday, it would be WONDERFUL.

    Recipe #61610

    Modified a recipe I found from a post cereal box. This is wonderful. Extremely unique.

    Recipe #61468

    Nice unique tasting satay thai style. Simple to prepare but good enough for either a party or a simple family meal.

    Recipe #59457

    Simple mild dry chicken curry. Instructions seem long, but really simple to prepare. From the cookbook "Asian Cook" by Terry Tan

    Recipe #59456

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