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Spicy Barbequed Chops

Reviewed: Aug. 24, 2010
We enjoyed this immensely. I ended up letting it marinate for about 5 hours in the fridge and cooked them on the griddle plate on the stove. Served them with beans, snow peas, julienne carrots and individual potato au gratin with the new 60% less fat Philadelphia cream cheese!
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Chocolate Muffins

Reviewed: Sep. 13, 2008
Instead of cocoa I added Milo instead.
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Cottage Cheese Spinach Chicken

Reviewed: Sep. 6, 2008
This was an enjoyable dish. I did make a few changes. I flattened the chicken breast and then sprinkled the Cajun seasoning on the piece of meat, after that I pan fried it. Once I took the breast of chicken out of the pan I let it cool before placing the cottage cheese mixture onto it and placed it in the oven for thirty minutes. One final addition was the pine nuts to the cottage cheese mixture. Absolutely divine.
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Chocolate Cheesecake I

Reviewed: Aug. 31, 2008
This was a hit when taken for a luncheon. Admittedly I have never had the gift when it has come to baked cheesecakes, and I am sad to report that this time around was no different. Mine always seem to sag a little. So, to cover my gaffe, I made a toffee cover and placed it on top. Looked great! As we don’t have ‘Graham Cracker Crumbs” in Australia, I actually used the Woolworths brand (Select) of hazelnut and choc-chip biscuits and placed them in the food processor.
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Cumin Lamb Steaks with Smashed Potatoes, Wilted Spinach and Red Wine Sauce

Reviewed: Aug. 6, 2008
I have to say this was absolutely wonderful, I just made a few amendments, but nothing major. I cut the meat from the bone. As fresh English spinach is so difficult to find in Australian supermarkets, I used frozen spinach. Indeed this dish would be ideally suited for a dinner party, as well a family meal.
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Hash Brown Bake

Reviewed: Aug. 3, 2008
I made mine a little different. I shredded my own potato, separated eggs and whisked the egg whites until soft peaks formed. Meanwhile I creamed the egg yolks and cream cheese together. I then folded the cream cheese mixture into the egg whites, followed next by the shredded potato. Finally pan frying the fritters until golden brown. I should also mention that I omitted the chives, parmesan cheese and water.
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Scalloped Carrots

Reviewed: Aug. 3, 2008
This was a lovely addition to a main meal. I used Australian tasty cheese, cream of chicken and corn soup. While the cheese was melting in the soup I pan fried some sliced frankfurts, then added them to the soup with the carrots. My father, who isn’t the most adventurous when it comes to dinner times, even said it was a real tasty meal. What a great way to get him to eat his carrots.
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Irish Stew

Reviewed: Jul. 22, 2008
This was a lovely recipe. I only made a couple of additions and changes. Nearer the end of the cooking I tasted it, and found it slightly bland so I added two teaspoons of powdered beef stock. The recipe states that it be cooked for an hour and three quarters, I actually used my slow cooker and had it on for five hours. Apart from the smell that drifted throughout the house (with the help of the Irish soda bread), it was delightfully delicious and the lamb just fell apart.
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Amazingly Easy Irish Soda Bread

Reviewed: Jul. 22, 2008
Instead of baking soda, I used bi-carb soda, and funnily enough the internet stopped whilst the picture was downloading, so I wasn’t sure how to shape the bread. I ended up using one of the new silicone cake / loaf bakeware from Woolworths. I used the traditional bake section on the oven, which slowed the fan right down and found that the bread took an hour and a half to cook. I topped the bread twice with the buttermilk and butter mixture. It rose beautifully, and I served it with an Irish Stew. It was the perfect accompaniment.
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