this is a yummy and healthy snack my kids and i made up.
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i found this recipe on the internet. it was originally for tuna steaks, but i've found that it is just as delicious for catfish and other white fish fillets, and for shrimp. original recipe is for 1 pound of fish, but i think this makes enough to marinate
traditional anglo-saxon australian tucker before the diverse influences of many migrant groups made our cuisine so rich and varied. this recipe has been adapted and posted for the 2005 zaar world tour from a recipe which i found in huey's 'tales and reci
very thin, chocolately brownie! makes a small pan of brownies and these are wonderful if you love brownies! you can also use margarine in place of butter but everything is better with butter. also, i make this in a 9" round cake pan and just cut into w
oh wow! this is seriously good! slightly tart apples topped with a light sponge and drizzled (before cooking) with a caramel sauce that works its way through the whole dish! real comfort food! i found this recipe in australia's 'delicious' cooking magaz
here is a sauce that is going to curl your toes up into heaven. you decide how to use it. hot on ice cream, on hot apple pie, or even plain cheese cake. i used a dark rum, but maybe captain morgan's spiced rum could work also and kick it up a notch.
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