A Collection of Recipes, Old and New

Month July 2014

Frozen Strawberry Cheesecake

A delicious Strawberry Cheesecake Recipe I love this Frozen Strawberry Cheesecake! I have had the recipe for 21 years and it is a favorite. I must also confess that I am a fan of cold-set cheesecakes rather than the baked… Continue Reading →

Stuffed Eggplant

Eat More Vegetables That’s right, eat more vegetables. I know, sometimes it is hard and we’re adults. Children can also be known as fussy eaters too. The best way to get vegetables into the fussy ones is to disguise them… Continue Reading →

Basic Bolognaise Sauce

Let’s get back to basics I feel as though the last 10 posts have been devoted entirely to desserts. This is probably not true but close to it.You can tell that I have a sweet tooth, can’t you? I thought… Continue Reading →

Raspberry and Chocolate Brownies

Who Loves Chocolate? Me These Raspberry and Chocolate Brownies are delicious. I pulled this Donna Hay Recipe from a newspaper probably sometime in the last 5 years. And I’m glad that I did, I love the combination of the chocolate… Continue Reading →

Almond Fingers

Anyone fancy a biscuit? What about Almond Fingers? Apparently Almond Finger recipes can be found all over the internet. News to me! I just uncovered a couple of pages of biscuit recipes from a Woman’s Magazine dated 1963. So these… Continue Reading →

Mocha Praline Terrine

A Mocha Praline Terrine Recipe Serves 6 I have held on to this recipe for over 20 years. Despite this I have never made it. You will appreciate the familiar excuses. Too busy and too many commitments. But then again… Continue Reading →

Lemon Tarts

Lemon Tarts: A Tasty Treat I found this recipe in a magazine about 4 years ago, it was an exert from a book called HEAT: The Way Forward is Good Food. The book is filled with recipes from renowned chefs… Continue Reading →

Tropical Date and Rum Cake

A Tasty Tropical Date and Rum Cake This recipe came from a magazine dated 1986. I can’t believe I have not only had it that long, but I haven’t made it either. This will have to change! However I must… Continue Reading →

Minestrone Soup with Pesto

Minestrone Soup a perennial favorite. There is nothing like a traditional Minestrone Soup. I ripped this one from a magazine in 1986. Even though I have been using it for years I never get tired of it. This recipe is… Continue Reading →

Scones

Scones Anyone?   Let’s face it, who doesn’t like a good old scone straight out of the oven? This is a basic scone recipe and a slight variation on the Lemonade Scone recipe. There are so many different scone recipes… Continue Reading →

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