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Slow Roasted Tomatoes

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lissa Jan 21, 2013. 8 Replies

Ingredients:1 kg cherry tomatoes, or small vine ripened tomatoes¼ cup extra virgin olive oil2 tab balsamic vinegar ( I use Mazzetti Glaze with balsamic vinegar. It is thick and I squirt it on first…Continue

Soft Fresh Cheese

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lissa Jan 24, 2013. 19 Replies

Ingredients1 kg Greek, goat milk, or buffalo milk yoghurt, unsweetened1 ½ tsp saltDirections:Mix the yoghurt with the salt. Line a sieve with paper towels or clean muslin (homebrand nappy liners work…Continue

Lemon Verbena Lemonade

Started this discussion. Last reply by nina Jan 19, 2013. 1 Reply

Ingredients2 cups Lemon Verbena leaves3 lemons, juiced2 cups sugar2 cups boiling water1 teaspoon citric acidDirectionsSteep Lemon Verbena leaves in boiling water for 10 minutes.Strain into a saucepan…Continue


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At 14:02 on December 12, 2011, Elaine de Saxe said…

Hi Glenyth ... sorry to be so late replying, I often don't look at my 'comments'. Murrumba Downs, near Kallangur and not that far from here, maybe 15 or so klms. If you have the time, you are welcome to come and visit, have a coffee (or something else) and a natter. We are retired and are often home. Just give me a bell on 3203 2814 - we will be around over Christmas if that suits better. - Cheers, Elaine oh, btw, I look more often at private messages coz if there's one it shows up on the front page but these comments don't. - E

At 22:55 on November 9, 2011, Scarlett said…

welcome Glenyth :)



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