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         Australian Cooking:     more books (100)
  1. A taste of the past: Early Australian cooking by Joyce Allen, 1977
  2. Greek Home Cooking (Australian Cookery Series) by Trefely-Deutch, Fran Aroney, 1991-12-31
  3. A look at yesteryear: Early Australian cooking by Valerie McKenzie, 1980
  4. Australian Cooking for Today by Anne Marshall, 1977
  5. Two hundred years of Australian cooking by Babette Hayes, 1970
  7. Great Cooking Classics ("Australian Women's Weekly" Home Library)
  9. 200 Years of Australian Cooking (The captain cook book)
  10. Catching & Cooking Australian Fish by Grant Blackman, 1980
  11. Hot & Spicy Cooking The Australian Way, American & International Measures by None Listed, 1980
  12. Early Australian Cooking - by Brian Cooper, 1996
  13. Tradition of Australian Cooking by Anne Gollan, 1978-06
  14. Advanced Australian Fare: How Australian Cooking Became the World's Best by Stephen Downes, 2003-07-01

41. Chef Famie's Adventures In Cooking
rugged character. This is real australian cooking, as the relative scarcity of these main ingredients in the USA would suggest
To the American way of thinking, Australia seems a topsy-turvy place, and the food is no exception. Up until recently, for example, Australian cuisine was anything but Australian…. It was a blend of British, Greek, Yugoslav, Italian, Lebanese and a melting pot of others who flooded into the country during the 50's and 60's. Today, Australians are starting to appreciate the truly wonderful touches of local flavors, which they are blending into their traditional recipes… Contemporary Australian cuisine is full of surprises, which often come in the form of ingredients unavailable elsewhere in the world. Many of these were used extensively in ancient Aborigine recipes: Wattle Seed Certain varieties of Acacia seeds collected by Aborigines west of the Great Divide are dry roasted and ground to enhance their natural nutty, coffee-like flavor. Quandon: This wild, or desert, peach is the outback’s most famous fruit. It is high in Vitamin C and common to South Australia and arid areas. Lemon Myrtle: The leaves and stems of this rain forest tree exhibit a wonderful citrus flavor and aroma.

42. The Best Cooking Links
cooking. australian cooking and Food. Your cooking questions answered free by Australian chef Daniel de Zwaan. The Cajun Food Site.
Find It Fast Here Select a link Home What's New! Town Square -Bookstore Emeril Lagasse Cookbooks Heritage Cookbooks Low Country Books Mountain Cookbooks N.C. Cookbooks Soul Food Books Southern Cookbooks Healthy Southern Cooking -Cooking Links Best of What's Cooking Recipes -Appetizers -Soups -Breakfast -Main Dishes -Side Dishes -Sweets -Breads -Drinks Tips Wines The Low Country -Cajun Recipes Editors Current Food News On-line Chat Chef Rick's Message Board Guest Book Cooking and Kitchen Tips Food Trivia and Fun Stuff Heritage Recipes
Here are some of my favorite and most useful links related to food and cooking. Do you have some favorite food and cooking related sites bookmarked? If so, please share them with our readers by sending them to Chef Rick World A variety of links and information about ethnic cuisine. Search 12,000 Recipes! All Terms_ Any Term Cajun Clark’s Great recipes from his cookbook, including an awesome
Crawfish Gratin. Recipes 4 You Spending way too much time looking for new ways to cook the same old thing? Put those cookbooks and magazines aside, we do it for you. The ever evolving, ever changing simply the best Online Cookbook ! Great Southern Recipes from North Carolina some seriously good Tar Heel favorites.

43. Australian Online Bookshop - Item Detail
Detailed information about your selection Title Advanced Australian Fare How australian cooking Became the World s Best Author(s) Downes, Stephen

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Epostadress Fusions A New Look At australian cooking. Författare Martin Webb. Förlag RANDOM HOUSE UK. Bandtyp Inbunden Språk Engelska. Utgiven 199710.

45. Great Australian Chefs: Oreword
Those chosen to take part in this demonstration of australian cooking are, from my perception as a restaurateur, the ones who have contributed most to the
Great Australian Chefs
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Mietta O'Donnell provided a forum for the finest chefs and food educators in
Australia to celebrate twenty-one years in the industry.
When this book was started, we were in the midst of celebrating our twenty-first year as a restaurant. Little did we realise that it would be our last year of operation at Alfred Place. Mietta's, however, continues at the Queenscliff Hotel, run by my sister Patricia. We closed the doors of Mietta's at Alfred Place on New Year's Eve '95. As we did so, and thought back to June 1974 - the year in which we opened the first Mietta's at the northern extremity of the then unfashionable Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, in an old butcher's shop, opposite a shoe factory, a row of terraces and next door to a fish and chip shop - it all seemed a very long time ago. So much has changed, and the chefs who feature in this book are the people who have made food and restauration what it is today in Australia. Our first menus were as incongruous as our surroundings. No oysters! No steak! That was Mietta's in 1974.

46. Great Australian Chef Janni Kyritis
That is part of australian cooking, it is not ‘East meets West’ . One constant problem here is undercooking vegetables. I have eaten so many raw beans.
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Janni Kyritis
Started his cooking career late in life, now travelling very fast powered by his M.G. Janni jokes that it is his mid-life crisis, acquiring a red MG and the Sydney restaurant, MG Garage. "Fancy at the age of 50 when everyone else is retiring, I am starting my first restaurant. Always in my life I have been so careful, so I thought I will go mad for once." Stephanie Alexander and Gay Bilson . From working one day a week and keeping his real job, Janni then became fully committed and stayed with Stephanie for five years. Next he moved to Sydney and worked with Gay Bilson at Berowra Waters Inn, and later at Bennelong.
"One constant problem here is undercooking vegetables. I have eaten so many raw beans. Cook the beans how they should be, the asparagus how it should be. I like the line in INFLUENCES Stephanie Alexander Gay Bilson , Elizabeth David, Auguste Escoffier
Janni Kyritsis's Recipes
Layers of olive filo pastry with anchovy sauce
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47. 200 Years Of Australian Cooking (Cookbooks - Ethnic - International) At Robin's
200 Years of australian cooking, The Captain Cook Book _ Babette Hayes, illustrated by Ben Eriksson _ The recipes in this book are part of Australian
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48. Anne - Maree's In The Kitchen Recipe Site. Recipes, Cook Book And Food At
In the Kitchen is a site dedicated to cooking and food with A professional recipe collection. You can email recipes to friends or add your own. While the site is designed around a New Zealand/australian style, recipes and information from every corner of the world are included.
In the kitchen with Anne - Maree is a site dedicated to cooking and food with a great professional cookbook of recipes. You can add your own, email them to friends and so on. While the site is designed towards Kiwi / Aussie Styles, recipes and information from every corner of the world are included.
New Zealand food and produce is favoured in all of our cook book recipes.

49. Secret Recipes
Weekly cooking series lifts the lid on the traditional recipes people cook up in australian kitchens every day.
Secret Recipes provides a real taste of the flavours that make up the Australian cuisine.
Visit the index of secret recipes (this will be updated after each program appears on ABC-TV
Episode 1: Japanese

6 June 2001
Episode 2: Cypriot

13 June 2001
Episode 3: Croatian

20 June 2001
Episode 4: Argentinean

27 June 2001
Episode 5: Singaporean
4 July 2001 Episode 6: Jamaican 11 July 2001 Episode 7: Sicilian 18 July 2001 Episode 8: Taiwanese 25 July 2001 Episode 9: Lebanese 1 August 2001 Episode 10: Indian 8 August 2001 Episode 11: Jewish 15 August 2001 Episode 12: English 22 August 2001 Episode 13: Brazilian 29 August 2001
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50. Campfire Cooking Recipies
Rules and a diagram to demonstrate campfire safety, with a recipe for australian damper.
Rule 1: Always be careful around fire and make sure you are with a teacher or parent at all times.
Rule 2; Only cook in hot coals and not on direct flames.
Rule 3: Do not wave burning stick around.
Rule 4: Always make sure that your fire is out before you leave it. COOiNDA Damper.
Self Raising flour, Water, Butter, Jam, Honey
A mixing bowl, Wooden Spoon, Damper Stick (a good damper stick is a metre long, straight and approximately 15 mm thick). Campfire.
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Mix enough flour (1/2 cup per person) with water to make a firm dough. (Fig 1)
Roll the dough into a giant worm (fig 2) and wrap around he end of a good damper stick.
Cook over the hot coals, rotating the stick as the damper cooks. The slower it cooks the better it tastes. when the damper slides easily off the stick it is ready. Place butter, jam or honey into the hole and eat. Bon Appetit Back

51. Australian Grilled Fish
Fish steaks marinated in lime, ginger, and pepper, then grilled. From Lisa's cooking Cache.
For the steaks: they should be 8-10 ounces and 1-inch thick each. Use Swordfish, Halibut or Salmon steaks.
1. In a bowl, combine the lime juice, 1 tablespoon oil, ginger, cayenne pepper and enough freshly ground black pepper to suit your taste.
2. Marinate the fish in the marinade for 45-60 minutes. Turn steaks 2-3 times.
3. Have the grill prepared with white coals and brush the cooking grill with the remaining one tablespoon oil.
4. Grill the fish, brushing several times with the marinade, until cooked through and opaque in the center. Turn fish after about 4-5 minutes. Total grilling time will depend on your grill and the heat of the coals.
To broil instead, use a broiler pan brushed with oil and broil until center is opaque. Will take about 10 minutes total in broiler. Turn steaks after 5 minutes, and baste often with marinade.
Serving Ideas : Grill outdoors and serve with crispy green salad and bread

52. Cooking With Kurma
Web home of australian TV show host and proponent of pure vegetarian cuisine Kurma Dasa. Includes recipes, glossary of special ingredients, biography and notable quotes.
Books Videos Reviews Recipes ...
Kurma's Travel Diary
details his recent mouth-watering
South American adventures. Join Kurma on his beautifully photographed culinary tour of Bolivia, Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Peru.
Welcome to "Cooking with Kurma", brought to you by Kurma Dasa, one of the world's leading proponents of pure and natural vegetarian cuisine. Dubbed as 'Australia's Vegetarian Guru', Kurma Dasa has been writing cookbooks, teaching students around the world and hosting internationally broadcast TV shows for decades. His books have sold over 1 million copies. Kurma's light-hearted presentation of healthy, attractive and innovative cuisine continues to shake off the outdated notion that vegetarian food is dull and lack-lustre. Kurma's cuisine is stylish and delicious, and most importantly, highly approachable. Please enjoy this site!

53. Australian Vegetarian Society
Includes membership information, recipes, information about cooking classes, and news.
A happy New Year to all!
Time moves so rapidly these days that it is hard to believe yet another year has just passed... and there is nothing like writing new web editorials to remind you of passing time! I would like to think that this awareness could find its way into other aspects of our lives. So, what will 2004 bring? Mark
More articles added to the Veg Info section, links updated with more added, more dieticians added and resteraunts updated with deletions, changes and new ones. If you come across any problems please
email me, Ken, AVS webmaster
Action Needed by YOU! NOW!!!!!
More than 6,000,000 Australian sheep and 1,000,000 Australian cows, horses, and goats are shipped to South East Asia and the Middle East every year alive.
These animals are crushed together on ships for long sea voyages, taking weeks or months to arrive at their destination. They are subjected to heat stress, sea sickness, disease, injury, starvation, inadequate supervision and care, ammonia poisoning, on board fires, ventilation breakdowns, storms and rejection of shipments. In 2002, more than 73,000 sheep and 17,000 cattle died on board export vessels.

54. Cooking Information Center
cooking recipes tips food pork beef meat poultry chicken ham roast steak herbs spices vegetables kitchen tips storing refrigerator freezer pantry additives fruit pie cake pastry cookies chile Welcome to cooking Information Center! I hope you find your visit here interesting and enjoyable Substitutions. Recipes. australian. Sherilyn's australian. Sherilyn's Californian
    Welcome to Cooking Information Center! I hope you find your visit here interesting and enjoyable. There's lots to see. We all share one thing in common, and that is the love of cooking! Sherilyn A Note Regarding Recipes
    Think before you purchase recipes online. There are so many recipe sites online - thousands upon thousands. Check out my Links pages. They will take you to Company Products , and sites in the US and Internationally . Think about joining a recipe group at food lists, "topica", "msn", or "yahoo" because so many people online share. Or, if you're looking for that occasional recipe and can’t find one, drop me a line . I’ll be happy to see what I can do for you! Sherilyn
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55. Snailfarming In Australia
Summary of working with snails in australian conditions. The information is written by Sonya Begg, an internationally active promoter of snail farming. Contains excerpts from her book and recipes for cooking snails.
Raise snails for your
own consumption or
for a commercial
business. The time is right to
utilise a natural food
resource that is literally
at your feet! The common brown garden snail in Australia is extraordinarily
palatable! It has untapped possibilities to be recycled into a
unique Australian gourmet food. Meet Helix aspersa Summary of snail farming Australia's snail lady Practical Guide ... Contact details

56. Wasabi Dreams
Weblog covering australian life, personal events, technology, food/cooking, humour and fun shallow concerns.
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57. Aga Shop Australia
australian distributors of Aga and Rayburn products and accessories. Stoves for cooking and heating, powered by wood, gas, electricity, oil and diesel.

58. The MacScouter -- Scouting Resources Online
Dutch Oven cooking Recipes Group 1 there is no alcohol left after the cooking, and you can use low alcohol beer if you like. Bruce Ward, australian Scouter
Dutch Oven Cooking Recipes Group 1
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  • 5. Recipes Group 1
    • 5.A. Beef Roast Main Dishes
      5. Recipes Group 1
      5.A. Beef Roast Main Dishes
      French Style Roast Beef
      3 lb Boneless chuck or rolled rump roast
      6 whole cloves
      1 bay leaf
      4 c water
      2 med. onions, quartered
      2 med. stalks celery, cut into 1" pieces
      1 tsp salt
      5 peppercorns
      1 lg clove, garlic
      4 med. carrots cut into quarters
      2 med. turnips cut into quarters Place beef roast, salt, thyme, clove, peppercorns, bay leaf and garlic in Dutch oven, add water. Heat to boiling, reduce heat and simmer covered for 2-1/2 hours. Add remaining ingredients. Cover and simmer until beef and vegetables are tender, about 30 min. Remove beef and vegetables. Cut beef into 1/4" slices. Strain broth and serve with beef and vegetables.
      Beef Pot Roast
      3-4 lb rump roast or pot roast 3 med potatoes, pared and halved

59. Arts And Leisure Tours
Features European and australian wine tours, art tours, cooking course trips and villa rentals. Lists destination information, schedules with pricing, detailed itineraries, and vacation property listings.

60. Fresh TV
Recipes from budding young australian Chef Jason Roberts and his guests.
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