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    Please Note: My prep time includes for opening the oysters, prep time will be less is buying oysters already on the half shell. I went to my fish market last weekend and bought some king crab legs, to make crab stuffed ostrich, the legs were huge and when I removed all the meat I realized there was far too much meat for just the ostrich I had. I had also bought some oysters as my niece loves them and she was coming over, I had planned on making oysters kilpatrick and mornay to start, when I realized I had so much crab I changed my mind and made crab topped oyster instead.

    Recipe #290305

    This is a great quick recipe that you can just throw together and tastes wonderful. The amounts listed below I served for 2 people but I made no rice to go with it and it was perfect amount, apart from the fact there was a little to much corn for 2, it would be fine for three. If you prefer to serve it over rice it would feed 3. If you wish to do this for 4 I would up the pork amount to 750g and keep the other ingredients the same.

    Recipe #289563

    This is sounds like such a big recipe but if you just follow the steps it is not as daunting as it sounds and the end result is gorgeous. I made this as I have been trying to recreate a recipe I have had at a local restaurant. I know this is not exactly how they would make it but it tasted wonderful and both myself and my hubby absolutely loved this.

    Recipe #289026

    This is a very simple recipe that is quick and easy to do and tastes wonderful. I love duck and cook it all the time, whilst I have made duck with fruit sauces and Asian sauces and they are wonderful. Sometimes I think you can over complicate recipes and they are tasty, but they are time consuming with lots of steps and sometimes simple is the best way to go.

    Recipe #287807

    These can be served as an entree or a main course and also make for a lovely light lunch. They are great as a one of the dishes you prepare when doing a BBQ, they cook well on an oiled BBQ plate. I have listed two different dipping sauce below you can make both or try the one that you think you will like best or even make your own. I have listed serving size as 4-6 depending on whether you are making this as a main course or a starter or for lunch

    Recipe #287775

    I have been making this recipe for years and every time I make it I get rave reviews. It really is nothing special, I think, it is just that, the flavors all come together so well and the peanut sauce is so yummy. I make my sauce with smooth peanut butter as I am not a fan of crunchy, but I think this would be fine if you prefer to have the peanut chunks in the sauce.

    Recipe #287691

    This is a really easy recipe to make it sounds like a lot of ingredients but they are just going in a blender so it does not take a really long time to prepare. This recipe could also be done on the BBQ cooking salmon as a whole rather than cutting it down into individual fillets.

    Recipe #287310

    This is a wonderful recipe, the lamb comes out moist and juicy and the risotto is a wonderful accompaniment, that is full of flavour and lovely and creamy. It is my son's favourite risotto recipe and he is always asking me to make it.

    Recipe #286781

    These are very good and easy to throw together, just make sure the pan is heated quite hot before adding as if it is too cool, it makes it harder to handle them and when it comes to flipping they will tend to want to break up. I served these with a corn relish but feel free to have them on their on. I have included the recipe for the relish if you wish to make it.

    Recipe #286396

    My veal scallops were huge, in fact I have never bought scallops of veal this big before, I made one per person. I have made this before with small veal scallops and I made three per person, I used about 1-2 teaspoons of stuffing for each slice and made them as little bundles, so either way will work fine. You will see from the photograph just how large it was I was able to cut each veal scallop into four pieces. Maybe where you are in the world this will not seem strange to you, this may be standard size, but where I am I usually get small scallops of veal, not that I am complaining it was delicious and took me half the time because I wasn't rolling up 12 little rolls, just 4 huge ones.

    Recipe #286186

    This is a very elegant starter, it makes for wonderful presentation and tastes gorgeous. I serve 2 per person as a starter but for photo purposes I arranged 3 on a plate. I also am not a big fan of salmon eggs, I don't like how big they are or the taste, so you can use salmon eggs to top, instead of my little red caviar eggs. I also know taditional guacamole is made with chopped tomato in it, but again I do not like tomatoes so I did not use them, so do please add them if you like. This takes quite some time to prepare as it is a little fiddly tying the chives around the salmon, but the final result is well worth the effort and I have always had rave reviews. Is definitately a dinner party affair.

    Recipe #285946

    This dish came together by accident and it was absolutely delicious, I have been experimenting again lately combining new ingredients and flavours. Tuna is always yummy and it is such a healthy meal. The Kumara (sweet potato) fritters were oh so yummy, the recipe below makes between 16 and 20 fritters depending on how big you dollop the mixture into the pan. It is the right amount if your making this for 6 but I was only making this for 4 so I had fritters left over, instead of throwing them out, I saved them and they were still great the next day. As they were already cooked I just heated a pan first, then added them and just cooked for a few minutes to re-warm it made for a great lunch.

    Recipe #285553

    This is a very simple, very quick dish to make and it tastes great, is healthy and is on the table in 35 minutes. It would even be quicker than that, but there is a ten minute marinating time.

    Recipe #285451

    This is a very simple dish, it does not take much time to make, is really healthy and looks wonderful. When I lived in Australia I used to make this with flathead fillets, but these fish are native to Australia, so now I have moved I have had to adapt. The other night when I made these I used really small fillets of perch, so adapt the recipe for what you can get, I have also made this with small sea brim fillets, so it is versatile, just make sure they a little fillets.

    Recipe #285293

    This is a very quick and easy recipe to do and it tastes great, hardley any preparation time, not many ingredients and you can have it on the table in about 40 minutes. My son and hubby love this one as do I because I don't have to put much effort into it and we all want that during the week when we are busy. The dipping sauce also goes well with prawns, having said that it would also be great if you just wanted to make chicken tenders.

    Recipe #284914

    Yet another experiment and another success I am pleased to say. This is very easy to do and tastes delicious, the only fiddly thing is tying it with the kitchen string and I hate that anyway. Well actually that’s not entirely true, it is more if I am stuffing something with cheese as you have to get the string as tight as possible to stop the cheese from melting out. Anyway enough about kitchen string and more about the dish. Feel free to serve it anyway you want I served mine over celeriac mash which was a really lovely accompaniment, but regular mash would be fine, or just vegetables if that is what you are in the mood for. I only made this for 2 so I hope I have guessed right on the amount of cheese, please adjust if this is not enough.

    Recipe #284144

    Another experiment and I think another success, to me this was a wonderful combination of flavours and the fish was gorgeous. I used Tuna, Salmon and Prawns but feel free to experiment with other fish, just remember you need quite thick fish for skewers. I served mine over stir-fry vegetables which not only went really well but made for a very yummy, healthy, light dinner enjoyed by us all. The ingredients listed below was enough to make 6 skewers I allowed for 2 per person so if you have bigger eaters you will have to adjust amounts to make more. The marinade will be plenty even if you buy more seafood.

    Recipe #283682

    This was definitely a huge experiment I had no idea how this would turn out or if the flavours would work and it turned out great. I have a Caribbean cook book that we brought in St. Lucia on our honeymoon, I got the sweet potato recipe from this and I have made plantains for years they make a wonderful snack, and keep in an air tight jar for quite long periods of time. The pork was an experiment and my hubby and myself thought it was wonderful. The pork came out so tender and moist, one of the most tender pork recipes I have made.

    Recipe #283476

    This is a take on the original coq au vin, I think this dish as is, is wonderful, but this is just a different way of preparing it, that adds that something a little bit special for a romantic evening in. I have only changed a few things but I think it adds such a wonderful flavour, so enjoy. I made this for 2 so if you want to make it for a dinner party just adjust amounts accordingly. You will not have to adjust sauce ingredients much as the ingredients listed below would easily be enough for 3 and if you wanted to make it for 4 add more mushrooms, one more slice of bacon, extra stock and liquid.

    Recipe #283115

    I decided to try another new way to prepare a duck breast with a new sauce, both my hubby and I enjoyed this. I thought it turned out really well with sauce really complimenting the duck. I did adjust the ingredients several times but I think I have written the right quantities for 2 people.

    Recipe #282614

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