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    If you enjoy Gazpacho, try this new twist on an old favorite. Perfect for summer entertaining, this no-bake savory cheesecake can be served sliced as an appetizer, or in wedges for a light lunch, accompanied by a green leafy salad, crusty French bread and a crisp, chilled white wine. To allow the flavors to develop, it is best prepared a day ahead. Preparation time does not include chilling time. This is an adaptation of an Australian Women's Weekly recipe.

    Recipe #65222

    Everyone loves pancakes. In this recipe, fluffy pancakes combine beautifully with bananas, pecans and caramel sauce, and are served with a delicious ricotta cream. Perfect for breakfast, brunch, or after a light meal. Even better, most components can be prepared well ahead of time. The sliced bananas can be stirred through the batter just prior to cooking, or arranged over the top of each individual pancake as it cooks. If serving as a dessert, rum or brandy can be added to the caramel pecan sauce if you wish.

    Recipe #65040

    According to legend, the French believed strawberries were an aphrodisiac and always served newlyweds these magical berries. What, then, could be more delicious for a romantic occasion? In this recipe, fresh ripe strawberries team beautifully with butterscotch sauce and a hint of orange.

    Recipe #64173

    This tasty dish takes minutes to prepare, but leaves you time to 'put your feet up' before dinner has to be on the table. The tangy, but creamy, sauce thickens and reduces right down as it cooks. Lovely with red cabbage and/or spinach side dishes, and I reckon Light Scalloped Potatoes recipe #23642 by MizzNezz would also go a treat (just make sure you pop them in the oven 10 to 20 minutes before the chops).

    Recipe #63632

    Your house will smell delectable while these are baking. A breeze to prepare, the pork is moist, tender and delicious to eat. This recipe is adapted from one in the 'Miss Australia Cook Book', published over 30 years ago. I have lost count of how many times I have cooked this yummy dish!

    Recipe #63629

    My boys always gobbled up their vegetables quick smart when I made this attractive, tasty spaghetti dish. Not everyday fare, as it is rather high in calories, but I have substituted low-fat evaporated milk very successfully for the thickened cream, and I can't see why you couldn't use low-fat sour cream in its place as well. This is adapted from a recipe which appeared in The Sunday Times years ago.

    Recipe #63399

    The ingredients in this dish combine beautifully. Perfect for a special occasion (or when my Mum feels like spoiling Dad :)

    Recipe #63338

    Exotic, tropical, cosmopolitan Broome, an old pearling town in Western Australia, is a popular holiday destination. On market day, stall vendors whip up a wonderfully tempting array of dishes. This is one.

    Recipe #63329

    I found this recipe today among some newspaper cuttings. I've not tried it yet but it sure sounds yummy - and flexible. You could vary the topping ingredients with whatever takes your fancy or have on-hand, for example, pesto, fresh tomato sauce, capers, pine-nuts, anchovies, artichokes, smoked chicken, Italian sausage, ham, bacon, pepperoni, jalapenos, pineapple......the list is endless. Have fun!

    Recipe #63317

    This spicy, tasty soup is something a bit different and easy to assemble. The bright orange-fleshed sweet potato is not only attractive to the eye, but tastes beautiful. We loved it when my brother served it and begged the recipe from him. For best results, use Thai-style sweet chili sauce.

    Recipe #63311

    I just love a steaming hot bowl of spicy, aromatic Indian Dahl. I served this with Anu's Tangy Lemon Rice with Peanuts, and chapattis. A delicious, nourishing meal. If you prefer not to use ghee or butter, substitute vegetable oil. Add the amount of chile powder as per your own taste - less or more is up to you. If you prefer, you can use Toor dahl or even split and hulled Moong dahl, instead of Masoor dahl.

    Recipe #63075

    Who loves rhubarb? This sweet delicious crispy rhubarb pudding is different and astonishingly good. My mother has cooked it for as long as I can remember, and it always gets gobbled up quickly!

    Recipe #63035

    Pure ambrosia. Tinted a beautiful, pale-green, this South American dessert is irresistible on a hot summer's day. And since avocado is a fruit, and not a vegetable, it makes perfect sense to use it in this way. Enjoy! Cooking time refers to the time it takes to chill.

    Recipe #62969

    I am enjoying a love affair with black turtle beans and cooked up this tasty, colorful, satisfying, little number tonight. In the freezer, I had a batch of Becky Fenters' cooked black beans (recipe #22162), but you can use canned beans if you have them on hand. This recipe is very versatile. You can cook the pancakes well ahead of time, and store them in the freezer. Alternatively, you can serve the chilli beef 'n' black beans on heated tortillas or freshly cooked, puff parathas, as I did tonight. Whichever you choose, it is just lovely with lots of chopped cilantro and sour cream on top! Preparation and cook time does not include making pancakes.

    Recipe #62772

    A new twist on an old Australian favorite, made especially yummy with the addition of crystallized ginger and Brazil nuts. Serve warm, with sauce poured over each individual serving, accompanied by vanilla icecream and whipped cream. Comfort food at its best - just don't look at the calorie count!

    Recipe #62763

    Armenia is famous for its sweet and spicy nutmeg cake. It has a crunchy base and light cake topping, and tastes delicious. This recipe was given to me 16 years ago by the mother of one of my son's kindergarten friends. Tried and true!

    Recipe #62761

    This southern Italian pasta sauce, with its warm, spicy, robust flavor, conjures up the warmth of the Mediterranean. In Italian fokelore, it was served by 'the ladies of the night' to seduce their gentlemen friends into their arms! There are many recipes for Puttanesca sauce. This is my favourite. Do not be put off by the amount of anchovies. My 20 year old son, who refuses to eat pizza with anchovies (because he detests them!), loves this dish. Buon appetito!

    Recipe #62683

    Looking for ways to use up left-over mashed potato? I came across this recipe recently but have not yet tried it. The mashed potato is reputed to add body and give a moist, dense but tender texture to the cake, without adding any flavor of its own. Let us know what you think.

    Recipe #62675

    This is a delicious and satisfying family meal for 4 people, the first I have ever cooked using black turtle beans. Preparation time does not include soaking and cooking, if dried black beans are used. If choosing the latter, I highly recommend Becky Fenter's Black Beans Recipe #22162, which I have adapted, slightly (see below).

    Recipe #62478

    This yummy, easy dish was a recipe of my grandmother, who lived to 103 years! It is great comfort food served over rice, on toast for a Sunday night supper, or for a weekend brunch. It also teams well with Chile con Carne for a buffet meal. Even people who don't normally like canned asparagus, enjoy it. Note: fresh asparagus is not suitable as a substitute.

    Recipe #62412

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