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Old 05-10-2010, 16:09   #1
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The Cookbook

Share some dishes...

Yabby

Lemon Myrtle - a Bush Tucker Plant or Bush Food - Australian native food plant
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Old 05-10-2010, 19:38   #2
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Tea:

Use one teaspoonful of tea leaves (ceylon or georgian) per cup, two per mug. Boil quality water. Add water to the vessel of choice till nearly full.

Serve with marzipan treats (my way), whiskey, rhum, milk or lemon. Ask visitors as to which way the like it in advance and do not mess up when serving.

(I think Earl Grey works best if served with milk).

Coffee a'la W.:

Use one teaspoonful of ground arabica coffee per mug, half per cup. Boil water. Pre-heat coconut cream (NOT milk). Pour boiled, not boiling, water till your cup is half full (or half empty). Let the brew get the right strength and smell, then top up with warm coconut cream.

Can be served with whiskey or rhum, a slice of Marcello cocoa cake highly recommended whenever available.

Sweeteners: use white sugar for tea, brown sugar for coffee. Some prefer honey, but this one alters the taste of the drink.

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Dry tomatoes in the sun then put them in olive oil.

Some cal it God, some call it sun dried tomatoes in olive oil.

I add it to my pasta.

Delicious.

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For an uninformed Yank, what is a Yabbie?
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Sorry, went back to the forum and saw that there was a link. Question answered.
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For an uninformed Yank, what is a Yabbie?

please advise.....what IS a yabbie??
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Good thread! I hope many will post favorite recipes and the mads move it to a permament special location for ease of access.

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please advise.....what IS a yabbie??
And what is a zeehag?

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Top and seed jalapenos...stuff with cream cheese and bacon or pancetta or pick-your cured meat...wrap in same cured meat...smoke or grill..or can be done carefully in the broiler...

Atomic buffalo turds.

when making guacamole..add some red salsa and lime...less slimy and more spicy!
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Old 07-10-2010, 00:19   #11
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As for yabbies, you can substitute prawns. I am just using what I source locally, I use a lot of bush tucker.
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