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    Very quick and easy. The pastry forms a layer at the bottom (usually). I precook things like bacon and such. I also like to drizzle over a little BBQ sauce for flavour before cooking.

    Recipe #73552

    Very yummy. The original had dried beans that needed cooking, will never do that when canned are available. Nice on a winters night.

    Recipe #73551

    Have had this recipe for ages but have yet to try it. Might try and make it in the next couple of days, it sounds like a winner.

    Recipe #73550

    Haven't made this for a while but it was a good, tasty treat. I tried substituting yohgurt for the cream but it really altered the taste.

    Recipe #73545

    This is a really yummy moist cake, but because there is no sugar in it, it won't keep long. I actually like eating this with butter on it..so much for the diet, but it is very tasty. You can substitute fresh, sugar free juice for the water, pineapple is particularly tasty. I also add in more Glace Cherries because I love 'em.

    Recipe #73437

    I was inspired after using the recipe 'Mexican "Mole" Rub' I discovered on this site, submitted by Mean Chef. I loved it, and have since been trying new combinations of things to quickly jazz up an otherwise dull meal. This rub is very simple, but very tasty. I have yet to try it on other meats...I think it would go well with chicken but may be too subtle for beef or lamb. Before adding the herbs to the mortar dip them into boiling water (I am sure you would be cooking veges at this time!!) for a couple of seconds, they grind easier and it releases their flavours (learnt this one from Jamie Oliver). This is enough for one good sized pork cutlet or forequarter chop.

    Recipe #71213

    I devised this pizza after being inspired by the book, Gastronomy of Italy, written by Anna Del Conti. The pizza dough is straight from the book and is enough for 2 pizzas, or if you want, use a bought base...nowhere near as much fun though. The topping is rather simple but the onions are so flavoursome they really don't need a lot added to them. I added the cheese because the friend I was cooking this for said that a pizza isn't pizza without cheese, it did make it kind of yummy but as you can see i didn't add a lot.

    Recipe #71212

    Taken from "The Body Bible" by Pamela Allardice. This quantity is enough for 2 people so invite a friend into the shower with you. This smells really yummy because of the cinnamon and honey, go on, spoil yourself.

    Recipe #68561

    From "The Body Bible" by Pamela Allardice. I have made this once and it worked well as a cleanser, great to use before having a scrub. I found that the granulated lecithen took ages to dissolve so next time i might grind it in a mortar and pestle and see what the results are. This mix goes a long way, I made mine last year and I am still using it.

    Recipe #67444

    This recipe came from "The Body Bible" by Pamela Allardice. I use it often and it is really cheap and works well even on very sensitive skin (like mine). I buy my kaolin clay from a ceramics supply shop and it is very cheap...I think the last time I bought it i paid about $3.50 for 5kg (about 11 lbs). I sometimes add thyme to the parsley, this is good for loosening blackheads. Make sure you use course ground almond meal, the last meal I bought was fine and it doesn't work anywhere near as well as the course stuff.

    Recipe #67372

    Found this recipe on the net and tweaked it a bit. Been trying hard to remove chemicals from my home and this was a good start...also very cheap to make. I use this on my counters, oven tops, cupboard doors and even my floor as a pre-mopping cleanser..it works.

    Recipe #67043


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