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    This recipe is from The Australian Women's Weekly Sweet Old-Fashioned Favourites. My friend's father has just been diagnosed with Cancer and he was craving some of these, but we couldn't find a recipe here for them. They are a sweet and they are only called mushrooms because they look like them!

    Recipe #305978

    This is a recipe from Lady Flo Bjelke-Petersen. She is the wife of a famous QLD politian, and a very good cook!

    Recipe #304836

    My family love chicken this way - it's kinda like a chicken snitzel, just minus the breadcrumbs. You could jazz it up by adding your favourite spice to the flour. It would aslo be good with fish or pork instead of the chicken, and a dipping sauce might even be a nice idea (my DH is 'a man of simple needs', so we have it just plain)

    Recipe #295606

    This recipe came about from a culmination of a recipe I saw on here and from the way my mother cooks her spag bol! This is pretty much the only way I can get my toddler to eat meat, and he adores it. If I'm cooking it just for him (and for freezer portions for later) in my smaller crock pot I'll omit the tomato soup.

    Recipe #288043


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