i lived in brisbane for 18 months in 1988-1989. while there i picked up a cookbook used in high schools to teach home ec. there i found the nicest shepherd's pie that my family still enjoys. sometimes i make two, and freeze one, and i always make a big
our favorite use for over-ripe bananas, a nice alternative to banana bread. it has a light lemon glaze that really compliments the spice and banana filled bars. *note* recipe edited per laurie's review suggestions for the glaze.
this is a very light batter that could be used for any seafood. the recipe is from my brother-in-law's brothers' charter fishing business website. i tried it this week and it's my new seafood batter---can't wait to try it on onion rings!
ok, not birdseed really. just reminds me of it. we love this for it's nutty flavor. it is a very substancial bread and makes a great piece of toast. i use 1 more t of millet and sunflowerseeds each and use rolled 6 grain instead of oats for us.
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