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Potato Salad with Bacon and Leek reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 12th October 2009)

The recipe calls for kipfler potatoes but I used plain ol' colibans.
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Salsa Verde Potato Salad reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 12th October 2009)

I modified the recipe slightly by adding a little more sugar to the dressing and replacing the red onion with fresh chives.
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Chicken Pot Pie reviewed by andrew

From: How to Cook Everything: 2,000 Simple Recipes for Great Food (reviewed 11th October 2009)

Boy this is a good recipe, and in typical Bittman fashion is very adaptable. We are usually lazy and get a rotisserie chicken from the supermarket (or...
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Fruit Turnovers reviewed by andrew

From: The Pie and Pastry Bible (reviewed 11th October 2009)

Pretty good indeed, though I found it hard to fit enough fruit in to make them really stuffed full! And it takes a long time to make these, what with the...
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Rock Cakes reviewed by digifish_books

From: Home Baked: Muffins, Pastries, Cakes, Biscuits ("Australian Women's Weekly") (reviewed 11th October 2009)

I've been making these for years! The recipe has been reprinted several times over in AWW's various cookie/biscuit cookbooks. Sometimes I vary the recipe...
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Last-minute Fruit Cake reviewed by digifish_books

From: Classic Cakes (reviewed 11th October 2009)

I exclude the mixed peel (...hate the stuff!) and just add a little extra fresh orange and/or lemon rind. Treacle can also be replaced with golden syrup....
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Mississippi Mud Cake reviewed by digifish_books

From: Classic Cakes (reviewed 11th October 2009)

Don't overbake this one, as it can dry out (despite the high fat content). Serve in thin slices with whipped cream or as a dessert with vanilla ice cream. (Last...
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Cinnamon Teacake reviewed by digifish_books

From: Classic Cakes (reviewed 11th October 2009)

A very easy cake to make. Delicious served warm with whipped cream, or just on its own.
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Steak with Cannellini Bean Mash and Rosemary Oil reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 11th October 2009)

The bean mash with rosemary oil is great but be sure to use a good quality extra-virgin olive oil. (Last made on May 20, 2009).
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Chicken with Chorizo and Paprika reviewed by digifish_books

From: Simply Bill (reviewed 11th October 2009)

A great combination of flavours! (Last made on May 04, 2009).
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Almond Jam Cookies reviewed by digifish_books

From: Home Baked: Muffins, Pastries, Cakes, Biscuits ("Australian Women's Weekly") (reviewed 11th October 2009)

Don't be tempted to put more jam into each cookie than is prescribed - it will boil over and blister and look a bit bad (although it will still taste nice...
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Almond Macaroons reviewed by digifish_books

From: Home Baked: Muffins, Pastries, Cakes, Biscuits ("Australian Women's Weekly") (reviewed 11th October 2009)

Delicious! No amendment to the recipe is necessary, except maybe to add a smidge more almond essence if you prefer a stronger almond flavour. (Last...
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Apple Pecan Cake with Maple Frosting reviewed by digifish_books

From: Cooking Class Cakes ("Australian Women's Weekly") (reviewed 11th October 2009)

A lovely moist cake with a sweet frosting. I replaced the wholemeal SR flour with normal white SR flour and it worked fine. Pecans and maple syrup are...
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Szechuan spicy eggplant reviewed by wester

From: On Rice: 60 Fast and Easy Toppings That Make the Meal (reviewed 8th October 2009)

This does taste quite 'Chinese'. I wasn't very taken with boiling instead of frying the eggplant, but my husband was. Next time I will egg-fry the rice...
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Big and Chewy Low-Fat Chocolate Chip Cookies reviewed by andrew

From: The Best of America's Test Kitchen 2008: The Year's Best Recipes, Equipment Reviews, and Tastings (reviewed 8th October 2009)

Close... but not quite close enough. They make a big deal about this being a low fat chocolate chip cookie that doesn't taste like one, and it almost is....
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Chocolate Pots De Creme reviewed by andrew

From: The Best of America's Test Kitchen 2008: The Year's Best Recipes, Equipment Reviews, and Tastings (reviewed 7th October 2009)

These are glorious, and the recipe is very comprehensive and hard to mess up. However, we did not have tiny ramekins so we used the standard 1/2 cup ones...
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Potato Roesti reviewed by andrew

From: The Best of America's Test Kitchen 2008: The Year's Best Recipes, Equipment Reviews, and Tastings (reviewed 7th October 2009)

Oh yes. This is Roesti as it should be done. I have searched for a good Roesti recipe for a while, as I had it done properly in a Swiss restaurant in Toronto...
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Pasta with caramelised onions, basil and cream reviewed by wester

From: Real Cooking (reviewed 3rd October 2009)

Soft and soothing. Good comfort food.
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Pollo a la Española reviewed by friederike

From: Spanish Food and Cooking (Food & Drink) (reviewed 1st October 2009)

Tasty, although the chicken seemed to be prone to dry out – be careful not to let that happen by frying the chicken as little as possible.
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Broad Beans with Bacon reviewed by friederike

From: Spanish Food and Cooking (Food & Drink) (reviewed 1st October 2009)

Delicious side dish. As it consists of meat and beans, it doesn't really count as a vegetable dish, so make sure you get your 5-a-day somewhere else.
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Escalivada reviewed by friederike

From: Spanish Food and Cooking (Food & Drink) (reviewed 1st October 2009)

Simple, delicious and low-fat, what more can I ask?
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Homemade Pesto reviewed by friederike

From: BBC Good Food (reviewed 1st October 2009)

Easy, quick and delicious. Use for e.g. Creamy Pesto Chicken with Roasted Tomatoes.
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Creamy Pesto Chicken with Roasted Tomatoes reviewed by friederike

From: BBC Good Food (reviewed 1st October 2009)

Very delicious, though quite heavy and a slightly standard combination of ingredients. Use Homemade Pesto, if possible. Edited to add: The recipe is available...
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Chickpea, Goat's Cheese and Rocket Salad reviewed by friederike

From: Delicious (reviewed 1st October 2009)

Delicious and nourishing salad. Go easy on the lemon juice, though. Edited to add: The recipe is available online here. You can also review it here.
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One-pan Chicken Bake reviewed by friederike

From: BBC Good Food (reviewed 1st October 2009)

A healthy, delicious, and extremely easy dish - just put everything in a baking tray, bake, add some extra ingredients and you're done!
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Courgette and Goat's Cheese Tart reviewed by friederike

From: BBC Good Food (reviewed 1st October 2009)

A wonderful and sophisticated vegetarian tart, ideal for picnics and the like. Edited to add: The recipe is available online here. You can also review...
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Chicken with Saffron, Raisins and Pine Nuts reviewed by friederike

From: BBC Good Food (reviewed 1st October 2009)

A lovely dish from one of my favourite regions, though I replaced the pine nuts with equally suitable almonds. One caveat: make sure that all pieces of...
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Pan-fried parsnips with browned shallots, garlic and spices reviewed by wester

From: Real Cooking (reviewed 1st October 2009)

Very aromatic, lovely texture. My husband won't have his parsnips any other way.
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Chicken Braised with Chicory and Crème Fraîche reviewed by wester

From: Real Food (reviewed 1st October 2009)

Lovely home cooking. The chicken is brown and moist, the chicory is tender and the sauce is creamy but full of flavors. It does take some time but it's...
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Spinach with Blue Cheese and Pasta reviewed by wester

From: Real Fast Food (reviewed 29th September 2009)

This is one of my favourite dishes, but I hadn't realized I actually have a recipe for it! Easy, tasty, and the kids love it too. I use 100 g of cream...
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Spinach with Blue Cheese and Pasta reviewed by friederike

From: Real Fast Food (reviewed 29th September 2009)

I've loved Spinach with Blue Cheese and Pasta since my early student days when I was a regular consumer of ready made meals. Timing is crucial for this...
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Rice and Cottage Cheese Pie reviewed by season2taste

From: Friendly Food: The essential guide to avoiding allergies, additives and problem chemicals (reviewed 29th September 2009)

Very good as part of a smorgasbord/buffet meal as it can be eaten hot or cold. Otherwise tasty as a light meal accompanied by a green salad. It contains...
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Grandma's potato, red pepper and zucchini gratin reviewed by wester

From: The Best of Food & Wine: Vegetables, Salads & Grains (ILLUSTRATED) (reviewed 28th September 2009)

Okay, I guess. Just slightly too many ingredients with no particular synergy.
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Baked fennel and boston lettuce reviewed by wester

From: The Best of Food & Wine: Vegetables, Salads & Grains (ILLUSTRATED) (reviewed 28th September 2009)

I usually make a heavily adapted version of this, with only fennel, lettuce and chicken stock. But the combination is brilliant, the slight bitterness...
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Spinach sautéed with raisins and pine nuts reviewed by wester

From: The Williams-Sonoma Collection: Vegetable (reviewed 28th September 2009)

A classic recipe. Also works well with other greens or lettuce.
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lavender-laced lilies au gratin reviewed by wester

From: The Cookware Cookbook: Great Recipes for Broiling, Steaming, Boiling, Poaching, Braising, Deglazing, Frying, Simmering, and sauteing (reviewed 28th September 2009)

An original way to serve onions. I made it without Parmesan (cheese hater in the house) and it turned out fine.
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Yellow rice with potato and cumin (Peelay chaaval) reviewed by wester

From: Madhur Jaffrey's Spice Kitchen: Fifty Recipes Introducing Indian Spices and Aromatic Seeds (reviewed 28th September 2009)

Colorful, aromatic, easy to make. A nice alternative to plain rice.
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Browned cabbage with fennel and onions (Bhuni band gobi) reviewed by wester

From: Madhur Jaffrey's Spice Kitchen: Fifty Recipes Introducing Indian Spices and Aromatic Seeds (reviewed 28th September 2009)

Nice but not brilliant.
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Friands reviewed by season2taste

From: Complete Perfect Recipes (reviewed 27th September 2009)

This is an easy recipe for these little almond cakes that are such a popular with-coffee cafe treat in Australia and New Zealand (and I'd be interested...
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Lentil Soup with Mint reviewed by wester

From: A Taste of Heaven and Earth: A Zen Approach to Cooking and Eating with 150 Satisfying Vegetarian Recipes (reviewed 27th September 2009)

I felt this soup should really have been two soups: a summer soup with lemon and mint, and a winter soup with leeks and sage. I have tried the summer...
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Spicy Aduki Beans reviewed by wester

From: A Taste of Heaven and Earth: A Zen Approach to Cooking and Eating with 150 Satisfying Vegetarian Recipes (reviewed 27th September 2009)

Sweet/spicy vegetable stew. Makes a good soup as well, just add a bit more water and blend. You don't have to include both carrots and sweet potatoes,...
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mixed vegetables reviewed by wester

From: Indian cooking;: With useful hints on good housekeeping (reviewed 27th September 2009)

Good vegetable curry with aniseed. I used sunflower seed oil instead of ghee, which worked just fine.
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Chocolate Rum and Raisin Slice reviewed by season2taste

From: Simple Slices ("Australian Women's Weekly") (reviewed 27th September 2009)

This 'slice' is what I think North Americans might call a 'brownie'. It's easy to make (not many ingredients) and very 'more'ish. Quite a sophisticated...
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Hot Blueberry Sauce reviewed by marita

From: The Essential Dessert Cookbook (Essential Series) (reviewed 27th September 2009)

A ridiculously easy and delicious warm blueberry sauce. The balsamic vinegar seems like a strange addition to me, but it must be the magic ingredient....
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Spanish Chicken Casserole reviewed by season2taste

From: Casseroles and Curries ("Australian Women's Weekly") (reviewed 27th September 2009)

What would otherwise be a basic chicken casserole is made 'special' by the addition of pine nuts, almonds and white wine (although wine is not an unusual...
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French Lentil and Potato Stew reviewed by marita

From: Feeding the Whole Family: Cooking with Whole Foods (reviewed 27th September 2009)

I've made this a few times and my husband likes it better than I do. It's good, but not great. That said, I used regular brown lentils instead of French...
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Red Bean and Quinoa Chili reviewed by marita

From: Feeding the Whole Family: Cooking with Whole Foods (reviewed 26th September 2009)

This is a quick and easy chili which is incredibly delicious and nutritious. The quinoa is a great addition and really makes the meal interesting. Good...
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Three Sisters Stew reviewed by marita

From: Feeding the Whole Family: Cooking with Whole Foods (reviewed 26th September 2009)

A hearty, delicious vegetarian stew. It's very adaptable--the only ingredients I measure closely are the spices, and I usually add more beans, squash and...
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calamari puttanesca reviewed by wester

From: On Rice: 60 Fast and Easy Toppings That Make the Meal (reviewed 26th September 2009)

Strong-flavored mediterranean seafood. Maybe a tad salty, even without any added salt. I made this with mixed seafood instead of just squid, which is...
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Potato and Smoked Mackerel Dauphinoise reviewed by wester

From: Real Food (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Creamy and very tasty fish pie variation. Easy to make.
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spinach and chick peas in spiced yogurt reviewed by wester

From: On Rice: 60 Fast and Easy Toppings That Make the Meal (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Nice easy aromatic vegetarian meal.
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Grilled Eggplant with feta, mint and chili reviewed by wester

From: Today's Kitchen Cookbook (reviewed 25th September 2009)

This is a recipe by Nigella Lawson. The combination of flavors is brilliant and I'm going to have it again. However, next time I'm not going to bother...
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Hamilton Squash reviewed by wester

From: Happy Days with the Naked Chef (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Festive, tasty and vegan. It looks spectacular and tastes good. Pretty easy, except for scooping out the flesh from inside the squash. A teaspoon definitely...
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Spaghetti with Salami, Fennel and Tomatoes reviewed by wester

From: Happy Days with the Naked Chef (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Filling and spicy, with the breadcrumbs adding some extra crunch. I usually have this with penne, not spaghetti.
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My favourite curry sauce reviewed by wester

From: Happy Days with the Naked Chef (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Very nice all-purpose curry sauce. Very spicy. You probably don't have all the spices yet - I bought fenugreek and curry leaves especially for this one....
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Strawberry Sherbet reviewed by wester

From: Today's Kitchen Cookbook (reviewed 25th September 2009)

My husband thought this one should have been sweeter, I thought it was fine.
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Cauliflower from Amalfi reviewed by wester

From: Real Fast Vegetarian Food (reviewed 25th September 2009)

If you want a slight (and only a slight) deviation from cauliflower cheese, you might try this. It is fried in a cheesy batter.
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Figs soaked in fresh orange juice reviewed by wester

From: Real Fast Vegetarian Food (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Another case of "more than the sum of the parts". Nice plump figs in a thick orange-flavored sauce. Serve with thick yogurt.
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Boulettes d'agneau aux pruneaux reviewed by wester

From: Chocolate & Zucchini: Daily Adventures in a Parisian Kitchen (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Nice aromatic meatballs with a hint of sweetness. Just not that special, really.
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Vegetable Pakoras reviewed by wester

From: The complete vegetable book (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Nice spicy vegetable fritters. You can use any vegetable you like for this, as long as they are reasonably firm.
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Pasta with Roast Garlic, Mushrooms and Cream reviewed by wester

From: The 30-minute Cook: The Best of the World's Quick Cooking (Penguin cookery books) (reviewed 25th September 2009)

A good rich pasta dish.
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Pasta with Sardines reviewed by wester

From: The 30-minute Cook: The Best of the World's Quick Cooking (Penguin cookery books) (reviewed 25th September 2009)

A heavily bastardized and therefore much easier to make version of a Sicilian pasta dish (I have seen a much more complicated dish with exactly the same...
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Chicken livers with vinegar and onions reviewed by wester

From: The 30-minute Cook: The Best of the World's Quick Cooking (Penguin cookery books) (reviewed 25th September 2009)

My favorite way of cooking chicken livers, very tasty. I do usually cook the onions for a bit longer than he suggests. I usually serve with oven potatoes...
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Fusilli al zucotto con rosmarino reviewed by wester

From: Sophie Grigson's Sunshine Food (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Nice enough pasta dish.
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Torta di pesche o prugne reviewed by wester

From: Sophie Grigson's Sunshine Food (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Nice fruit cake.
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Limoncello reviewed by wester

From: Sophie Grigson's Sunshine Food (reviewed 25th September 2009)

This does make a pretty good limoncello, using wodka a a base. It does take at least 5 weeks though.
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Socca reviewed by wester

From: Sophie Grigson's Sunshine Food (reviewed 25th September 2009)

A lovely vegan omelette/pancake. Serve with drinks, or with soup or a salad as a light meal. If you've ever had to buy a big bag of chickpea flour because...
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Osei e Polenta (Sparrow skewers on polenta) reviewed by JustJim

From: Celebrazione! : 75 Years of Eating and Drinking with the De Bortoli Family (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Sparrows on sticks? Please. The little mice with wings are nesting in my gutters but I'm still not going to a) catch them, b) pluck them, c) clean them,...
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Mulligatawny Soup reviewed by JustJim

From: Tony Funge's Great Temptations : The 'Life, Be in It' Cookbook (reviewed 25th September 2009)

A good, basic Mulligatawny. Cook as directed or make changes as the pantry requires.
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Pineapple Chutney reviewed by JustJim

From: Wonderful Ways to Prepare Curries (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Much better than the usual mango chutney (and I love mangoes). You could cut down on the garlic if you wished and substitute semi-dried figs for the raisins.
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Oranges in Maple and Cointreau Syrup reviewed by JustJim

From: Great Big Barbecue Cookbook (Cookery) (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Fair dinkum the BEST barbecue desert, ever. Serve with the books suggestions or the richest chocolate ice cream you can find. Orange and chocolate are...
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Cranberry Upside-Down Cake reviewed by JustJim

From: The Great Big Baking Book: Great American Baking (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Check back soon, I've been meaning to try this one for ages.
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Banana Muffins reviewed by JustJim

From: The Great Big Baking Book: Great American Baking (reviewed 25th September 2009)

I use 200g plain flour and 50g self raising flour and substitute chopped dates for the raisins. I also add 2 Tbsp sour cream at step 4.
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Ginger Biscuits reviewed by JustJim

From: The Great Big Baking Book: Great American Baking (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Substitute honey for the treacle for a different taste. Don't turn the oven on to pre-heat until step three where you chill the dough for 30 minutes!
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Tart Lemon Squares reviewed by JustJim

From: Rosie's All-Butter Fresh Cream Sugar-Packed Baking Book (reviewed 25th September 2009)

As described - tart. Mouth puckeringly tart but set off by the sweetness of the base they are very delish!
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Marmalade and Fig Sponge reviewed by JustJim

From: Cooking for Every Occasion (reviewed 25th September 2009)

I use Rose's Lime Marmalade and substitute pecans for walnuts (I never use walnuts, I find them bitter). If I feel luxurious, I soak the chopped figs...
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Preserved Lemons reviewed by JustJim

From: Mediterranean: Over 300 Sun-drenched Recipes (Cookery) (reviewed 25th September 2009)

"Pack together tightly" is the key phrase in this recipe - stuff 'em in well!
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Key Lime Pie reviewed by JustJim

From: America the majestic: Pictorial cookbook (reviewed 25th September 2009)

I found I needed an extra Tbsp of butter for the shell, perhaps because I was using Granitas to substitute for the Graham Crackers. Absolutely delicious....
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Little Blueberry Cheesecakes reviewed by JustJim

From: Delicious (Australia) (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Individual baked cheesecakes made in large muffin pan.
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Mango & Tomato Salsa reviewed by JustJim

From: Sauces and Salsas (reviewed 25th September 2009)

I've also tried the alternative suggestion of papaya instead of the mango, but the mango was better for me.
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Eggs tutorial reviewed by JustJim

From: Super Food Ideas (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Tutorial and information on cooking eggs. Includes scrambled, fried, omelette, poached and boiled.
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Sesame Noodles with Spring Onions reviewed by JustJim

From: Red Hot! A Cook's Encyclopedia of Fire and Spice (reviewed 25th September 2009)

Substitute Tahini for Chinese Sesame Paste
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Pavlova reviewed by JustJim

From: The Cook's Companion (reviewed 25th September 2009)

A notoriously difficult dish to get perfect is well explained here with traps for the unwary.
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Peanut Butter Cookies reviewed by SqueakyChu

From: Joy of Cooking: 75th Anniversary Edition - 2006 (reviewed 25th September 2009)

I made no changes to this recipe. They were so tasty! The only thing was that I made them larger than specified, and I ended up with only 37 instead...
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Spanish Rice reviewed by SqueakyChu

From: Joy of Cooking: 75th Anniversary Edition - 2006 (reviewed 25th September 2009)

This was the first recipe I ever made from this cookbook. The rice tasted more like "Spanish Rice" than other recipes I've tried. The recipe is definitely...
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Apple or Fruit Crisp reviewed by SqueakyChu

From: Joy of Cooking: 75th Anniversary Edition - 2006 (reviewed 25th September 2009)

It came out really good! I used 1 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 cup brown sugar, and 1/4 cup white sugar. To make this dish even easier to make, use organic apples...
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Leeks vinaigrette reviewed by wester

From: Roast Chicken and Other Stories (Ebury Paperback Cookery) (reviewed 24th September 2009)

A good version of a good basic recipe. Why oh why does no cookbook ever tell you for how long you should cook leeks? I need 10 to 15 minutes till tenderness...
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Potato purée with parsley reviewed by wester

From: Roast Chicken and Other Stories (Ebury Paperback Cookery) (reviewed 24th September 2009)

The taste of this stuff is pretty good, but it resembled a soup rather than a mash and the recipe does not really allow for control on that. Disappointing.
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Salmon poached with spinach and Bengali five-spice mixture (Panchporan vali macchi) reviewed by wester

From: Madhur Jaffrey's Spice Kitchen: Fifty Recipes Introducing Indian Spices and Aromatic Seeds (reviewed 24th September 2009)

Very aromatic and the fish stays unbelievably moist.
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Shrimp in a creamy aromatic sauce (Bhagari jhinga) reviewed by wester

From: Madhur Jaffrey's Spice Kitchen: Fifty Recipes Introducing Indian Spices and Aromatic Seeds (reviewed 24th September 2009)

This is just so easy and so wonderful! Mix the sauce, wok the shrimp, heat it all through. Serve with rice. Enjoy! I used passata where this called for...
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Rice and peas with garam masala (Matar aur sooay ka pullao) reviewed by wester

From: Madhur Jaffrey's Spice Kitchen: Fifty Recipes Introducing Indian Spices and Aromatic Seeds (reviewed 24th September 2009)

Dill, rather than garam masala, is the flavor on the foreground here. This is one of those dishes you keep on making because it's easy, everybody likes...
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Tomatoes cooked with Bengali spices (Bangali timatar) reviewed by wester

From: Madhur Jaffrey's Spice Kitchen: Fifty Recipes Introducing Indian Spices and Aromatic Seeds (reviewed 24th September 2009)

An aromatic way with tomatoes. Good cupboard recipe as well, if you use canned tomatoes.
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Carrots with raisins, ajwain, and mint (Pudina gajar) reviewed by wester

From: Madhur Jaffrey's Spice Kitchen: Fifty Recipes Introducing Indian Spices and Aromatic Seeds (reviewed 24th September 2009)

A nice way of serving carrots that enhances their sweetness. The mint crisps up nice, which is a good effect.
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Tangy green beans with ajwain and ginger (chatpatee sem) reviewed by wester

From: Madhur Jaffrey's Spice Kitchen: Fifty Recipes Introducing Indian Spices and Aromatic Seeds (reviewed 24th September 2009)

Lovely but unspectacular. I think there was a bit too much cumin in the recipe.
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French bean and almond soup reviewed by wester

From: Jane Grigson's Vegetable Book (reviewed 24th September 2009)

A lovely light soup. I made it without the savory and I did not miss it at all.
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Beetroot and Orange Salad reviewed by wester

From: Jane Grigson's Vegetable Book (reviewed 24th September 2009)

Not much of a recipe, but this sure is a wonderful combination. These two complement each other perfectly. I always ignore the serving arrangement she...
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French Beans with Cumin and Almonds reviewed by wester

From: Eat Your Greens (Network Books) (reviewed 24th September 2009)

Just very nice. Different but not so different as to become uncombineable.
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Smothered Broccoli with White Wine reviewed by wester

From: Eat Your Greens (Network Books) (reviewed 24th September 2009)

A lovely way to serve broccoli. Goes well with pasta carbonara.
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Pasta with Savoy Cabbage and Shallots reviewed by wester

From: Eat Your Greens (Network Books) (reviewed 24th September 2009)

A very original way to serve Savoy cabbage. If you want to make it a bit more substantial, some smoked tofu works well.
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Slow-cooked cabbage with lemon reviewed by wester

From: Eat Your Greens (Network Books) (reviewed 24th September 2009)

As the book itself says, cabbage cooked this way 'softens down to a nutty, mellow flavor'. Just lovely. I like it with red cabbage too (increase the...
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