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    A friend of mine gave me this for the crockpot - easy and good. Any size can close to what is written will work. Reheats well.

    Recipe #495790

    I got this from an Easy Stovetop Chicken of the World cookbook. It's easy to make ahead and bring to work as a nice refreshing lunch.

    Recipe #484328

    I loved baked apples and this one is unique. I got this from a cookbook called Australia Wide Cookbook by Valwyn McMonigal. I also learned that the first apple orchard in Huonville was planted in 1841 and the fruit was exported in 1849 to India and New Zealand. And at one point Australia had 500 different varieties.

    Recipe #484319

    What can I say I've grown to like cauliflower as I got older. I got this from a cookbook called Australia Wide Cookbook by Valwyn McMonigal. I've grown to like cauliflower as I got older.

    Recipe #484316

    With a name like that how could I not try it? I got this from a cookbook called Australia Wide Cookbook by Valwyn McMonigal I learned that bananas were introduced to NSW and yields apx 152,000 tons a year! They cover the bunches with blue plastic bags to protect the bananas from sunburn. Enjoy!

    Recipe #484314

    This is one of my favorite dishes, I love Creme Brulee! I hate it when some restaurants just make a pudding and caramelize the top on it. I like a real one!

    Recipe #483282

    Growing up I didn't like cauliflower, now I find I do. Enjoy! Found on Great British Kitchen Cookbook http://www.greatbritishkitchen.co.uk/recipebook/index.php?option=com_rapidrecipe&page=viewrecipe&recipe_id=200&Itemid=28

    Recipe #481882

    I fell in love with these in the supermarket when we were in London. I'm happy to have a recipe now! The ones we had were sliced in thirds with different layers of filling between - raspberry I think. May have to experiment . . . or go back to London to taste again :D Found at http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/25970/madeira+cake

    Recipe #481879

    Serve with steamed and baked puddings, fruit and mince pies or stewed fruit. From The British Food Trust http://www.greatbritishkitchen.co.uk/recipebook/index.php?option=com_rapidrecipe&page=viewrecipe&recipe_id=862&Itemid=28

    Recipe #481878

    When we were in London we had scones with conserve and clotted cream. It was wonderful, and now seeing the amount of sugar in it, I know why :D Conserves are made from whole fruits, suspended in a thick, sweet syrup, and they do not set firmly. Use them as fillings for summer tarts, spread them on scones with clotted cream or serve with custard or milk puddings as a quick dessert. Raspberries and loganberries can be conserved in the same way. From the British Food Trust: http://www.greatbritishkitchen.co.uk/recipebook/index.php?option=com_rapidrecipe&page=viewrecipe&recipe_id=1032&Itemid=28

    Recipe #481869

    My daughter shared this with me while visiting - great sausage taste, but lots less calories!

    Recipe #449268

    My DD got me a Taste of Home Comfort Food Diet cookbook, and this was a breakfast, though I can easily see it as a lunch too! Enjoy!

    Recipe #449086

    I got this from an Australian Women's Weekly "after work healthy" cookbook my swap buddy I'mPat sent me. It sounded like a sauce I get at our local German restaurant, and I was right - it was WONDERFUL! And better for me since the chicken isn't breaded and fried. Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #448634

    I first made this for Girl Scout Thinking Day in 92 or 93. I made over 300 of them! Somewhere along the line I lost the cookbook, but then a friend of mine had the exact same cookbook and let me have it! I'm posting it here so I don't loose it again. I made them again for a NYE party to ring in 2011, they're just as great as I remember them! The parts can be made the day before and assembled right before needed.

    Recipe #447850

    I as at the General's house for a brunch and these were so good I had to ask for the recipe! They're sweet and salty - a favorite combination of mine. My son asked me to make them the other day and I searched and couldn't find anything like them so figured I'd post it to keep the recipe alive. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #403452

    I thought this was the northern way of doing it since my parents were from Boston, but then my aunt told me no, it was just a family thing. Oh well, that's how I think of it and what we always called it. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #403440

    A wonderful friend makes this for her open houses, and it is a fantastic queso type dip to serve with tortilla chips. Just a touch of heat, but not too spicy (though if you like it spicy - just use hotter picante sauce). I'm a transplant and moved to Alabama in the late 90's, and ironically it's named Alabama dip! Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #403438

    My daughter makes these - they are great because you can make a batch and freeze, then take out 2 or 3 to bake when you want lasagna. We also make these for our local science fiction convention and they're gone as soon as they're put out. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #403437

    I had these at a friends and got the recipe . . . she made them two-bite sized

    Recipe #402152

    This is a great recipe I got from our family Christmas cookbook a few years back. Enjoy!

    Recipe #402151

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