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    Guy Littlejohn, the owner of Revive Cafe in Petone, discovered this dish in a Noosa restaurant on the Sunshine Coast. "It's a superb summer salad, best served sitting in the sun with a lovely glass of chardonnay." The chicken poached in coconut milk is moist and tender, and the dressing adds zing. Mint and coriander add a lovely, fragrant Thai touch.

    Recipe #476252

    I found this recipe on the NZ Herald website. Looks and sounds declicious. Would go well with a BBQ'ed steak I feel.

    Recipe #473578

    Lentils, peas and bite-size cubes of potato in a richly-spiced tomato and coconut milk gravy. Found at Mediterrasian.com.

    Recipe #473220

    This easy, subtly seasoned stew is an adaptation of a Moroccan recipe by Kitty Morse, from her lovely book “The Vegetarian Table: North Africa.” Whether you choose to use sweet potatoes or winter squash, you’ll be using vegetables with a great deal of vitamin A. Recipe discovered on the NY Times website.

    Recipe #468518

    Absolutely delicious. Went you want something a little different and this salad hits the spot. Recipe found on Jamie Oliver's web site.

    Recipe #468517

    This is an adaptation of Jan Biltons recipe. I have made slight changes to make it gluten and dairy free. A tasty soup, that while it could look more attractive, certainly makes for its humble presentation with great flavour. If the spinach was omitted I think the colour would be more appealing and the taste not likely to be compromised.

    Recipe #462246

    Recipe found in the Sunday Star Times, Escape magazine. Sounds interesting.

    Recipe #462180

    Recipe sourced from www.avocado.org.au. I haven't made it yet, but it sounds delicious.

    Recipe #462027

    I found this recipe on another website, but can't remember where. It makes a delicious winter / autumn hearty soup. Gluten Free as well. Suitable for freezing.

    Recipe #460643

    These combinations work really well. I always make my own pizza base but a store bought one can be used instead if desired. The chilli flakes can be omitted, especially if you are catering for young children.

    Recipe #460641

    A nourishing soup that help[s the body with healing with these immune-boosting foods. Recipe courtesy of NicolaGalloway.com newsletter, July 2011. You can sustitute the Risoni for spagetit or rice noodles for a gluten free option.

    Recipe #460497

    A delicious and tasy mid-week meal. Sourced from taste.com.au but I have used cheese sauce to bind it rather than their suggestion of 1 cup cream and 2 eggs beaten togetherTo me that sounded rather too rich and fat ladden.

    Recipe #460279

    A healthy vegetarian loaf, ideal for those times when you feel like a break from a meat based main. Serve with fresh vegetables or green salad.

    Recipe #459631

    A delicious loaf that's healthy too. Nice cold as well. You can use a mixture of any nuts such as almonds, cashews or hazelnuts etc. When I made the loaf I used a mixture of pistachio nuts and walnuts and that worked really well.

    Recipe #459630

    This recipe was published in the Sunday magazine. Created by Ray McVinnie a top restraunt owner, author and judge on NZ's Top Masterchef NZ. I hadn't used Farro before and it is delicious. Almost like a cross between barley and brown rice. It cooks up with a lovely nutty, creamy, soft texture. I found this so delicious I made it a couple of times in the same week. I used chicken tener loins in place of the breasts as I find that breasts frequently become dry when cooked.

    Recipe #453034

    An unusual soup that is delicious hot or cold. Smells just like basil pesto and tastes great. Found in a book called 'Love Soup'.

    Recipe #450648

    I just love lentils so when I spotted this recipe in a book I couldn't resist making it. The recipe says you can add other vegetables such as tomatoes, spinach, leeks, peppers, squashes, and root vegetables if available, but on my first try I stuck faithfully to the recipe, though I did halve it. From a book called "Love Soup'.

    Recipe #450647

    Okay, there are over 600 recipes for 'Fresh Sweetcorn Salad', but after a quick check there didn't seem to be any quite like this one, which I have made and can totally recommend. I found this one by doing a 'Google Search' and it is credited as being an adaptation of a recipe by Ina Garten and published by a foodie called Hannah. Really tasty, quick and easy.

    Recipe #449610

    Kumi kum also sometimes known as Kamo Kamo. This is a truely flavoursome recipe that is just as delcious eaten cold the next day. I used dried sage and oregano for the herbs as I didn't have any fresh ones available. I used less pinenuts than the recipe calls for and used frozen spinach.

    Recipe #446463

    I found this recipe in a NZ Straight Furrow. It was submitted by Julie Dobbs as being a recipe that 'not only looks stunning, but tastes superb'. Posted here for safe keeping and I will hopefully get it made for our Christmas Day lunch 2010. It mentions that the cheese cake is best made the day before.Posted here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #442911

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