Regional Food Australia Archive
People Places and Produce
Eaten uncooked, a ripe arbutus fruit tastes somewhat pasty, but they make great jam.
The winning recipes, Sri Lankan pepper beef curry, Three picket roast roo and Southern Gumbo.
Serves two. Chicken breast with a Chinese five spice lift, mango and macadamia nuts with pea shoots or watercress.
Serves four. Marinated fish fillets with a mango salsa makes this special (and quick) tortilla filling.
Serves two. Great way to use left over pannettone, or buy some brioche just for the pleasure of it.
Looks like it’s making Jam time to me. This recipe was originally for dried apricots, but works great with fresh ones.
A traditional Christmas sweet from Umbria in the heart of Italy.
Matthew Evans’ recipe for panforte differs from most others with the addition of some Golden Syrup, but I reckon that’s an important part of the taste of this version of a year round favourite.
This biscuit was made the official New Mexico state cookie in 1989, then the legislature debated on how to spell the name. Picking one recipe is just as difficult.
My aunt Elsie was always the ‘gold standard’ for pavlovas at our family get-togethers, crisp outside and soft, fluffy and just chewy centres. I’ve never replicated them.
If you’re a brussels sprout lover this is a really satisfying dish, entree or main.
This was the winning entry in the Roadkill Stew section at the Camp Oven Cook-off. Works on a stove top too.