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Carrot Muffins reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Crusted Lamb and Mint Salad reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Zucchini, Mint and Fetta Tart reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Spinach, Cheese and Anchovy Tart reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Marshmallow and Jam Tart reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Triple-Choc Lamingtons reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Spring Pea Soup reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Cucumber, Lamb and Pea Salad with Lime Dressing reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Chicken, Pea and Sweet Potato Salad reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Espresso Cakes reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Makes 10 small cakes - hazelnut/coffee-flavoured cakes topped with a chocolate glaze (which can also be used as a rich chocolate sauce with other desserts). Recipe...
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Classic Baked Cheesecake reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Filling can easily be made with a food processor. Cheesecake takes approximately 70 minutes to bake. Serve cooled, cut into wedges with thick (double)...
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Chicken Breasts Baked with Lemon and Fetta reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Barbecued Pork Lettuce Cups reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Mint and Lemon Potato Salad reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Pleasant accompaniment to chicken or fish. Serves 2.
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Thai Coconut Chicken reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Steamed chicken breast fillets in a coconut and red curry paste sauce. Serve with steamed baby bok choy.
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Granola reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Makes approximately 8 cups. Can be stored in an airtight container for up to 4 weeks. Nice with cold milk and additional dried fruit(s) for breakfast,...
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Lime and Yoghurt Loaf Cake reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

A tangy cake with lime icing.
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Balsamic Chicken reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Very easy grilled chicken dish. Serves 6.
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Basic Lemon Curd reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 19th October 2009)

Quick and simple recipe for home-made lemon curd/lemon butter. Make sure eggs are at room temperature to prevent curdling. Keeps in a sterilised jar in...
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Cannelloni reviewed by Jeanette

From: Enjoy!: More Recipes from the Best of Bridge (Best Selling Series) (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Great favourite with the family and it freezes well. Make some without the mindless meat sauce for those who don't like meat... but increase the cheddar...
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Death by chocolate reviewed by Jeanette

From: Bishop's: The Cookbook (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Excellent. Because it is so rich a very small slice is all that is required. Will be sufficient for large group! Will try making 1/2 recipe in small loaf...
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Lacquered duck legs reviewed by Jeanette

From: Bishop's: The Cookbook (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Good flavour and very moist. Froze the cooked legs to serve at another time and they were very good.
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Roast Duck breast reviewed by Jeanette

From: Bishop's: The Cookbook (reviewed 18th October 2009)

As it promises...quick and simple. Really like the recipes as the breasts and legs are cooked in different styles.
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Crabcakes with sun-dried tomato chutney reviewed by Jeanette

From: Bishop's: The Cookbook (reviewed 18th October 2009)

In general, make 1/2 quantities only! Fresh crabs are not readily available so used tin of frozen crab meat. Found these could easily break up, so modified...
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Fresh Blueberry Tart reviewed by Jeanette

From: Canadian Living Desserts (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Excellent when blueberries are in season. In winter I use 3 cups of frozen blueberries for the cooked filling, reduce the amount of sugar to 3/4 cup...
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Country-Style Apple Pie reviewed by Jeanette

From: Canadian Living Desserts (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Easy to make with the country style pastry though I needed 1/2 cup of liquid to make the pastry not 1/4 cup as in the recipe. Could be served from the...
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Cailles Rôties Farcies Madame Brassart (Quails Stuffed with Goose Liver and Wild Rice) reviewed by friederike

From: Le Cordon Bleu Complete Cookery Techniques: With over 200 Basic Recipes from the World's Most Famous Culinary School (reviewed 18th October 2009)

If you’ve never boned a quail (or any other bird, in fact), reckon with several hours of preparation for this one. Unfortunately, we didn’t, and ended...
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Chicken with Creamy Bacon Penne reviewed by friederike

From: 101 One-pot Dishes: Tried-and-tested Recipes (Good Food 101) (reviewed 18th October 2009)

This dish was perfectly okay, just not very exciting. It did bother me a little that they cheated: anyone can make a one-pot pasta-dish with pre-cooked...
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Pork in a Cream of Paprika reviewed by friederike

From: All in One (reviewed 18th October 2009)

I made this one quite a while ago, and I remember that it tasted like a modified version of Beef Stroganoff – and it was very delicious and easy to make.
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Apple and Ginger Muffins reviewed by digifish_books

From: Muffin Magic (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Moist appley muffins with a mild hit of ginger. Makes 12 small or 10 medium-sized muffins. Suitable for freezing, to be brought back to life in the microwave...
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Mandarin Syrup Cake reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Apple Cinnamon Tea Cake reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Lemon Cake reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Buttery Lime Cakes reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Makes 6 muffin-sized cakes. Serve with thick (double) cream.
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Green Chicken Curry reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 18th October 2009)

For a low-fat version replaced the coconut cream with lighter coconut milk.
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Green Curry Paste reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 18th October 2009)

So much tastier and more fragrant than commercial varieties! Makes approximately 1 cup. Unused portions will keep in the freezer for up to 3 months in...
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Cream Sponge Cakes reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Good basic recipe. Makes 12 small cupcakes. Add your own decorations after spreading each cake with cream.
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Basic Scrambled Eggs reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Creamy and luscious.
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Classic Lemon Tart reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Delicious served in wedges with thick (double) cream.
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Chicken with Preserved Lemons, Olives and Fetta reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 18th October 2009)

The preserved lemon can be replaced with freshly grated lemon zest.
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Pita Pockets with Lamb and Minted Yoghurt reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 18th October 2009)

A lovely picnic lunch recipe for 2 people.
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Shredded Chicken and Asparagus Pasta reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 18th October 2009)

I adapted the recipe to serve 2 people, using 1 bunch fresh asparagus and 200g pasta. I added more mustard, lemon juice, salt and pepper to the sauce/dressing...
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Chicken and Mint Salad with Yoghurt Dressing reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Chickpea and Rocket Salad reviewed by digifish_books

From: Donna Hay Magazine (reviewed 18th October 2009)

Poilane-Style Miche reviewed by andrew

From: The Bread Baker's Apprentice: Mastering the Art of Extraordinary Bread (reviewed 17th October 2009)

This is a fascinating bread. I'm still a bit wobbly with sourdough, and the first two times I made it, it came out very well (it received compliments from...
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Trout with Ginger and Coriander reviewed by friederike

From: The Essential Seafood Cookbook (reviewed 17th October 2009)

I loved this one. It's easy to make, and extremely delicious: the fish was moist and literally melted on our tongues - just the right thing for a hot summer's...
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Cookies and Cream Fudge reviewed by friederike

From: Good Housekeeping: Step-by-step Cookbook: Over 650 Easy-to-follow Techniques and Triple-tested Recipes (Good Housekeeping) (reviewed 17th October 2009)

Terribly sweet! That is not to say they weren't yummy, but only if you had not more than a crumble per day...
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Roasted Squash and Goat’s Cheese Gnocchi reviewed by friederike

From: 101 Healthy Eats ("Good Food") (reviewed 17th October 2009)

I made this with selfmade gnocchi today, and it was perfect - even BF, who isn't really wild on squash, enjoyed it a lot. The combination of flavours was...
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Montreal Bagels reviewed by andrew

From: HomeBaking : The Artful Mix of Flour and Tradition Around the World (reviewed 17th October 2009)

These are almost there... they're so close that I can just about see they could be a substitute for getting 'real' bagels from an actual bagel restaurant....
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Spicy Date and Pecan Cookies reviewed by digifish_books

From: Biscuits and Slices ("Australian Women's Weekly" Home Library) (reviewed 16th October 2009)

Makes about 45-50 cookies. A pleasant combination of flavours - cinnamon, nutmeg, dates and pecans.
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Vanilla Currant Cookies reviewed by digifish_books

From: Biscuits and Slices ("Australian Women's Weekly" Home Library) (reviewed 16th October 2009)

A delicious softer style biscuit/cookie made with coconut and currants and topped with vanilla icing. Recipe makes 35-40 cookies. Uniced cookies can also...
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Creamy Carrot Soup reviewed by luv2read97

From: Cooking Light (reviewed 15th October 2009)

This soup is awesome! It is really easy to make and tastes great. I leave the heavy cream out if I don't have any and it is still creamy.
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Vanilla Rice Porridge reviewed by digifish_books

From: Every Day (reviewed 15th October 2009)

Works either as a breakfast or a dessert (hot or cold). As the recipe states, it takes about 25-30 minutes to completely cook the rice in the hot milk,...
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Chocolate Orange Cake reviewed by digifish_books

From: Feast: Food That Celebrates Life (reviewed 15th October 2009)

Beautifully balanced combination of orange and chocolate flavours with a lovely moist texture. I was able to cut the cooking/prep time down dramatically...
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Mughlai Chicken reviewed by digifish_books

From: Feast: Food That Celebrates Life (reviewed 15th October 2009)

The perfect mild chicken curry. Best eaten reheated the next day, allowing flavours to meld and deepen. Sprinkle with some toasted flaked almonds prior...
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Cornbread-Topped Chilli Con Carne reviewed by digifish_books

From: Feast: Food That Celebrates Life (reviewed 15th October 2009)

A lovely aromatic chilli topped with a nutty, cheesy layer of baked cornbread. The 'secret weapon' here is the addition of cocoa to the chilli. Fantastic...
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Lentil Rice Soup reviewed by jherb

From: Canadian Living's Best Vegetarian Dishes (reviewed 14th October 2009)

This is more of a stew than a soup, which is fine with me. It's a nice, hearty dish for a cold day. I found that it could use more rice (1 cup instead...
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Pasta e Fagioli reviewed by jherb

From: Canadian Living's Best Vegetarian Dishes (reviewed 14th October 2009)

This is a great pasta dish because it basically covers all the bases so it's super-healthy (and relatively fast to make). There's your veg: onion, carrots,...
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Gingerbread Spice Cake reviewed by jherb

From: Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food (reviewed 14th October 2009)

I made this with my 4-year-old. She did ask what the green stuff was (a cup of pureed broccoli) but I just said, "Green stuff." She didn't say anything...
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Pork and Noodle Stir-fry reviewed by friederike

From: Good Housekeeping: Step-by-step Cookbook: Over 650 Easy-to-follow Techniques and Triple-tested Recipes (Good Housekeeping) (reviewed 14th October 2009)

Loved this. Simple, quick and healthy. Works with rice too.
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Paella reviewed by friederike

From: The Essential Seafood Cookbook (reviewed 14th October 2009)

BF and I have made Paellas on several occasions, using two different recipes from two different books (Die echte Jeden-Tag-Küche being the other one)....
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Paella reviewed by friederike

From: Die echte Jeden-Tag-Küche: Gut kochen und essen Tag für Tag (reviewed 14th October 2009)

BF and I have made Paellas on several occasions, using two different recipes from two different books (The Essential Seafood Cookbook being the other one)....
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Pork and Apple Braise reviewed by friederike

From: 101 One-pot Dishes: Tried-and-tested Recipes (Good Food 101) (reviewed 14th October 2009)

Although not one of my favourites, it's interesting for its combination of flavours, though you need to take care not to add too much mustard. Extra credit...
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Honey-Mustard Chicken with Potato Kumara Mash reviewed by digifish_books

From: Good Food Fast ("Australian Women's Weekly") (reviewed 14th October 2009)

You can forget the pre-soaked bamboo skewers for this one (they always seem to burn no matter what!), I just bake the chicken tenderloins in the marinade/sauce...
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Pea and Potato Soup reviewed by digifish_books

From: Good Food Fast ("Australian Women's Weekly") (reviewed 14th October 2009)

A lovely satisfying winter soup using leeks and frozen peas. Herb or savoury scones are a good accompaniment for this soup.
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Vegetable and Red Lentil Soup reviewed by digifish_books

From: Good Food Fast ("Australian Women's Weekly") (reviewed 14th October 2009)

A mild curry flavoured soup. Works well either as a light lunch or quick dinner, served with pappadums and some cucumber raita.
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Aubergine, Mint and Couscous Salad reviewed by friederike

From: 100 15-Minute Fuss-Free Recipes: Time-Saving Techniques And Shortcuts To Superb Meals In Minutes, Including Breakfasts, Snacks, Main Course Meat, Fish ... Dishes, Plus Dazzlingly Simple Desserts (reviewed 13th October 2009)

Easy, quick and delicious for a hot summer's day. You might want to add some extra spices or vegetables for extra flavour - we tried lemon juice and pepper...
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Quick Meatball Casserole reviewed by friederike

From: 101 One-pot Dishes: Tried-and-tested Recipes (Good Food 101) (reviewed 13th October 2009)

I’m not yet really sure whether I should award this recipe a three or four star rating – I guess the problem is mainly that it tastes too much like...
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Strawberry Ice Cream reviewed by friederike

From: Ice Cream: The Perfect Weekend Treat (reviewed 13th October 2009)

Never in my life have I had a better ice cream. Make this ice cream if you want to teach your children the difference between natural flavours and artificial...
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Accordion Potatoes reviewed by sarazee

From: Style at Home (reviewed 13th October 2009)

Yummy potatoes - I didn't have thyme so I just used bayleaves - and it ended up looking precisely like the picture!!! I cooked them at a higher temp than...
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Tian of Provencal Vegetables reviewed by sarazee

From: Style at Home (reviewed 13th October 2009)

It was wonderful - all the ingredients I often cook with, but the cooking chemistry made them taste so... French and so different from my usual use of...
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Creamy Lemon Puy Lentils reviewed by friederike

From: Complete Vegetarian (reviewed 12th October 2009)

Love this dish with its interesting flavours. Ignore the poached egg and add rocket or watercress to make a lunch box salad.
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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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