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    Seriously in desperate need of some inspiration........ :arghh:

     

    (to be honest desperatly fancying a Marks and Spencers food shop, but obviously not possible!) :D

     

    ...................................................................sooooo let me have your best recipes to try!! ;)

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    Guest Rob and Clare

    Ingredients : Cheese, Bread, Brown Sauce, 24 bottles of Stella..

     

    1 : Drink as many beers as you can..

     

    2 : You'll feel peckish....

     

    3 : Make cheese on toast with brown sauce... Food of the gods....

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    LOL Like the suggestion above! Will try that sometime, substituting wine for beer!

     

    On a more housewifey kind of note though, I just bought a copy of a magazine from Foodland called Super Food Ideas (it's not a Foodland magazine, probably available anywhere!) and I have to say it's great for inspiration - the main advantage of their recipes I guess are (a) they use stuff that's in season so probably cheaper to buy, and (b) they use ingredients that are available readily here in Oz - so many of my favourite recipes from UK I have to adapt if I can't find the exact same ingredients!

     

    We're working on a bit of a tight budget at the moment till OH finds another job, so the recipes in this mag are ideal! It only costs $2.90 so not that pricey either.

     

    Let me know whether you want main dish ideas or dessert ideas, and I'll have a look through and see what they have in this month's!

     

    Diane

     

    (PS Shepherds Pie is always a good fall back, I find!)

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    I get a little bored these days, so I post all mine on the food blog:

    http://whatsonthetable.blogspot.com/

     

    Hmmm, seeing cheese and brown sauce on toast, I was totally fancying some branston pickle the other day..wonder if you can get it here?

     

    Branston pickle always on the shelf in Coles in Reynella, bit of a distance for you to travel though. Reckon you can probably get it at most of the bigger stores.

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    1. Heat BBQ.

     

    2. Chuck on a dozen or so prawns (shell on).

     

    3. Pour over half a stubbie of beer - maybe a little more if there's any lef tin the bottle.

     

    4. Sizzle prawns in beer till pink (couple of minutes ish).

     

    5. Eat.

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    Branston, readily available, but if you're stuck, Hope Valley Foodland!

     

    Thanks:) Hubs had never heard of it, which is why I was wondering. I haven't even looked yet but will do;)

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    Guest Fancy a Beer
    Ingredients : Cheese, Bread, Brown Sauce, 24 bottles of Stella..

     

    1 : Drink as many beers as you can..

     

    2 : You'll feel peckish....

     

    3 : Make cheese on toast with brown sauce... Food of the gods....

     

     

    What time shall we be at yours on Friday night??? ;);)

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    Guest Aussie pat

    We have a bread maker and have become addicted to Laucke's German Grain bread mix. One friend is going to buy a breadmaker because she keeps dreaming about the bread she has eaten at our house!

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    Great ideas the all recipes website is great to! Will just go chose something!

     

    Have to say I visited the all new re-vamped Coles at St Agnes today, was a pleasure to shop, reminded me of good old Tescos back home!! Could actually for the first time ever find everything I wanted and the kids just loved the fruit bar, great idea!

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