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Rosie’s cheese scones

Theses tiny baked goodies are not quite scones, but more like little cheesy pops.  The baking powder gives them a fluffy texture and as they do not contain any butter or oil, they are light …

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soft baked pretzels

I have always been a little timid about baking with yeast, but today, I decided to try bake some soft pretzels.  I found this recipe on a food blog that I recently came across. http://www.fifteenspatulas.com. …

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Keftedia – Greek meatballs

When I made these little meatballs the first time, I wasn’t quick enough to get any photographs worth posting.  My boys just loved them, they especially liked dunking them in home made tzatziki.    I …

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green lentil, coriander and mixed salad leaves

This is a really lovely and simple salad.  It’s refreshing, with a really fresh and subtile taste.  The recipe has been adapted from George Calombaris’ salad recipe in the March 2010 Gourmet Traveller.   INGREDIENTS …

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cheese scones

My husband brought only one cook book into our marriage. The Edmonds Cookery Book….. and he has always said that it is the only cook book anyone will ever need.  He is a Kiwi and …

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pumpkin, spinach and ricotta pie

This crustless pie is a lovely recipe to have in your repertoire .  Its a real crowd pleaser…… delicious eaten  hot or at room temperature and being easy to transport makes the perfect addition to …

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Cherry tomato tart

I have a very productive, but small vegie patch in my suburban garden.  It’s in elevated and sunny spot and my gardening efforts are paid off with zesty herbs and some very tasty vegies.  While …

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