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    This is the only way I would eat spinach growing up. Because the only other way was boiling with chopped cabbage until unrecognisable as anything that has ever lived. We also occasionally vary with chunks of fetta or pine nuts or bacon or cherry tomatoes mixed through as well. We've also tried with pastry as a base, pastry as a top, or both. Have fun playing. :)

    Recipe #496015

    Dear Me Donna Hay - you are responsible for a lot of our recipes. But the simplicity and speed of presenting dinner is wonderful. We couldn't source veal steaks so we substituted topside steak and cooked it around one minute a side as we like our steak medium rare.

    Recipe #495032

    Another Donna Hay easy weeknight meal - best eaten on the day of cooking though.

    Recipe #494639

    Another Donna Hay stunner from our magazine collection.

    Recipe #494638

    Thanks again Donna Hay - again with our adaptations to suit what we had in stock.

    Recipe #494140

    Seen on a cooking segement on telly - yum on the BBQ. We originally used forequarter lamb chops.

    Recipe #494138

    Sourced from another Donna Hay magazine and tweeked to match what we had in the pantry. Yum again Donna.

    Recipe #494136

    Can't remember where we found this, but it's delicious!

    Recipe #490744

    Sourced from a recipe book called Bowl Food, but substituted a couple of ingredients. Simple to make, delicious to eat!

    Recipe #490197

    Sourced from a recipe book called Bowl Food. Simple to make, delicious to eat!

    Recipe #490196

    Sourced once again from a delicious Donna Hay recipe - we have made the basic soup recipe and made changes - sometimes adding fried Chorizo, sometimes leaving the soup plain and serving with sourdough bread. Make your mind up depending on what takes your fancy or what you have in the fridge to save!

    Recipe #486686

    This recipe is able to be adapted quite easily depending on which added extras you like. We made a triple batch of the basic recipe - then changed it up each time. If you don't like chorizo use salami, ham, blue cheese or crispy croutons - whatever takes your fancy!

    Recipe #486685

    Sourced from a 'Woman's Day' magazine borrowed from a work colleague. On first cooking it was very 'corny', but the next day the flavours had mellowed well. Made a minor change as we didn't have green onions.

    Recipe #483651

    Sourced from Womans Day magazine which, ironically, is published every week.

    Recipe #483335

    Another delicious recipe from Donna Hay magazine. We had oregano paste, rather than fresh, so we just added some paste to the soup rather than cooking the sprigs.

    Recipe #481403

    Sourced this recipe from the TV show 'Everyday Gourmet' with Justine Schofield. Made some changes to suit our food tolerances. Made the pork mixture on the weekend and froze to use for a weekday meal. Simple, but delicious flavours. Thanks Justine.

    Recipe #481402

    Found a recipe online, but didn't have all the ingredients - so we came up with this with what we had in the fridge. Delicious with rare cooked cold roast beef and lettuce greens in a fresh seeded roll. You can easily double this, but this amount should generously do four rolls.

    Recipe #480723

    Sourced from The Food Network website, but we want to keep all our recipes in one place. We used a third for two serves and froze the rest in two batches for later use - yum! We also used dried thyme due to a lack of fresh, but is could also be used - just double the amount if fresh.

    Recipe #480715

    We adapted another Chocolate Zucchini Bread and made some healthy changes that suited our lifestyle and tastes. We add a cup of any nuts or seeds or dried fruit (pepitas, almonds, pecans, apricots, craisans etc)

    Recipe #480079

    We adapted another recipe #220 and made some healthy changes that suited our lifestyle and tastes. We add a cup of any nuts or seeds (pepitas, almonds, pecans, etc)

    Recipe #480077

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