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    A recipe from a Safcol brochure. This is supposed to be made with the really big pasta shells so it looks pretty - I can normally buy them from the local Italian grocery. But I think it would be just as good with small pasta.

    Recipe #487542

    Stracotto apparently means 'overcooked' in Italian. It's really good if you can cook this one for as long as possible. Serve with mashed potatoes and a green vegetable. This is also really good reheated the next day.

    Recipe #486634

    My father's favourite. Super easy slow cooker dish. Really good with sour cream mashed potatoes and green beans.

    Recipe #486632

    From the chef at 'The Melting Pot' restaurant in Adelaide. This is best served the next day and eaten with crusty bread.

    Recipe #486586

    A really quick meal for weeknights.

    Recipe #486582

    From a Family Circle Cookbook. I think I had a similar version once which was called 'Hawaiian Beef'.

    Recipe #486492

    A nice winter soup for those of us living in Australia. I think it would be good with venison or beef as well though. An optional addition is 1/4 cup of aniseed myrtle, chopped. From an Adelaide (South Australia) newspaper a few years ago.

    Recipe #486443

    A recipe from my workmate. Can be stored in the fridge for a couple of days - but let it come to room temperature before serving. Best served with Chicken Crimpys!

    Recipe #404072

    A bit of work but well worth it - I find the piping bag the easiest way to get the mixture into the shells.

    Recipe #398947

    Make sure to squeeze the spinach very dry so the dip isn't watery. Finely chopped spring onions (scallions) are a nice addition if you like them.

    Recipe #397681

    This is quite an unusual recipe. It is an Indian style spinach sauce that is meant to be a side dish - but we find it really delicious over pasta. We normally use silverbeet for this - but spinach is good too. You can use butter if you don't have ghee.

    Recipe #397673

    I like to add pickled jalapenos to this.

    Recipe #393319

    My Mother in Laws recipe. Really nice with a salad. We call them spring onions in Australia - I think they are scallions in the US.

    Recipe #392750

    It's really important to let the salad ingredients cool completely before adding the dressing.

    Recipe #389647

    These flavours work really well.

    Recipe #382573

    The kids favourite!

    Recipe #382566

    This recipe is from the old 'Fleet Street' cafe on Pulteney Street in Adelaide, South Australia - where evey menu item was named after a media baron.

    Recipe #381884

    Grandma's quick and easy mince casserole.

    Recipe #380576

    Not really Turkish - this is from Family Circle magazine. Expensive but well worth it! The Turkish Delight used is the real, rose flavoured one - not the chocolate bar! Must be made a day ahead.

    Recipe #377696

    This recipe is from spain where they call it Higos con Miel and use port instead of ginger wine. This recipe is incredibly rich - most people will only need 2-3 figs per serve.

    Recipe #377538

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