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    I make these when I have an abundance of oranges to use up. It uses three parts of the orange; the juice, the rind, and the flesh.

    Recipe #382736

    This is the Day to Day Cookery version by IM Downes. It is a beautiful cake, arguably better than the oven-baked version.

    Recipe #382103

    This is a homemade shampoo and rinse originally from Burke's Backyard Magazine. I am complimented on my hair when I use it.

    Recipe #381099

    This is what I cooked up for my pooch one day when I had no dog food on hand. He adored it, and is usually very hard to please. It cooks enough for a miniature poodle's evening meal. You can change measurements to suit your own breed.

    Recipe #380331

    After the price of Danish went up again at my local bakery, I thought, 'I could make that'. So here's a nice easy recipe for a yummy pastry treat using ready-made puff pastry. You can use any type of jam (jelly) that you like - ie - apricot, blueberry, plum, etc.

    Recipe #376275

    This is a baked tuna burger I made with what I had on hand at the time. It's a lovely and crispy burger, and you can substitute or add whatever you like.

    Recipe #345934


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