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The Country Women S Association Cookbook

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ISBN : 9781741963595
Genre : Cooking
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It is no exaggeration to say that The Country Women.s Association Cookbook is an Australian icon.
Category: Cooking

The Country Women S Association Cookbook 2

Author : Country Women's Association of NSW
ISBN : 9781742664835
Genre : Cooking
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Following on from the hugely successful Country Women's Association of NSW Cookbook published in 2009, this volume presents another 285 treasured recipes from CWA members. Celebrating a long tradition of country cooking skills, the book features much-loved recipes for scones, cakes, biscuits, slices, soups, main courses, desserts, jams, confectionery and more. With a truly nostalgic feel, the book is nonetheless perfect for today's cooks, offering simple, reliable recipes for everything from morning tea to a hearty dinner.
Category: Cooking

365 Country Women S Association Favourites

Author : Country Women's Association of NSW
ISBN : 9781743439128
Genre : Cooking
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Here are 365 recipes, one recipe for each day of the year, originally published in calendar format in the 1930s by the Country Women's Association of New South Wales, now updated and republished for today's home cook. This is Australian country cooking at its best, making the most of seasonal produce and inexpensive, tasty ingredients. Here you will find Salmon puffs, Fricassee of rabbit, Peach and raisin pie, Rice flummery, Country Women's raffle cake-recipes that evoke the indomitable spirit of the country women of New South Wales.
Category: Cooking

The Esk Valley Cookbook

Author : Country Women's Association in Tasmania. Esk Valley Group
ISBN : OCLC:222677946
Genre : Cooking, Australian
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Category: Cooking, Australian

The Irish Countrywomen S Association Cookbook

Author : Irish Countrywomen's Association
ISBN : 9780717153343
Genre : Cooking
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Whether you are looking for a comforting soup, a family meal or something sweet, the beauty of this book is that you know the recipe will work. There are over 100 delicious recipes for everything from Spring Nettle Soup and Dublin Coddle to Crusted Rack of Lamb with Orange and Olive Salad, together with ‘How To’ sections on baking, making preserves and cooking potatoes as well as cooking for a crowd and within a budget. This cookbook will also prove an invaluable resource for the next generation of home-makers, those novice cooks still building up confidence in the kitchen who might call home for that foolproof recipe. Think of The ICA Cookbook as akin to having not just your own mammy on speed dial but rather a whole host of mammies and grannies from all over the country, each sharing their own words of wisdom and precious firsthand experiences.
Category: Cooking

Tablet To Table Vol 1

Author : Donna Lee Brien
ISBN : 9781925033007
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Women and Community Cookbooks – Maria Kozslik Donovan The introduction of 'exotic' foods into the Australian mainstream in the 1950s through the books and columns of a largely forgotten food pioneer, Maria Kozslik Donovan. With a feature story from culinary academic Professor Donna Lee Brien. Includes embedded video demonstrations from guest chef, Rob Staedler; further source materials from William Angliss Special Collections; and the introduction of community chefs, Brenda and Maria.
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The C W A Cookery Book And Household Hints

Author : Country Womens Association Staff
ISBN : 0207180717
Genre : Cleaning compounds
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Every grandmother, mother, aunt, daughter and son should have a copy of this in the kitchen. If the community in general knows nothing else of the Country Women's Association of Western Australia, it is more than familiar with its cookbook - every grandmother, mother, aunt, daughter and son should have a copy in the kitchen. First published in 1936, the C.W.A. Cookery Book and Household Hints is rich in tradition. It is a tried and true recipe book from which anyone can learn basic cooking. From ANZAC biscuits to lamb chops to pavlova, enduring Australian favourites can be found within its pages, alongside home-making, gardening and outdoor hints. It is a testament to the book's relevance and the foresight of its original creators that it has been published in well over 50 editions. This edition celebrates the 75th anniversary of the CWA.
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The Getting Of Garlic

Author : John Newton
ISBN : 9781742244365
Genre : History
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The white colonisers of Australia suffered from Alliumphobia, a fear of garlic. Local cooks didn’t touch the stuff and it took centuries for that fear to lift. This food history of Australia shows we held onto British assumptions about produce and cooking for a long time and these fed our views on racial hierarchies and our place in the world. Before Garlic we had meat and potatoes; After Garlic what we ate got much more interesting. But has a national cuisine emerged? What is Australian food culture? Renowned food writer John Newton visits haute cuisine or fine dining restaurants, the cafes and mid-range restaurants, and heads home to the dinner tables as he samples what everyday people have cooked and eaten over centuries. His observations and recipes old and new, show what has changed and what hasn’t changed as much as we might think even though our chefs are hailed as some of the best in the world.
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Dining On Turtles

Author : D. Kirkby
ISBN : 9780230597303
Genre : History
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As gentlemen of the Royal Society in London sat down to their turtle dinner in 1793 they were participating in an historical event: an act simultaneously of fine dining and colonialism. Feasting and drinking, the communities in which they occurred, and larger themes of historical significance are explored here offering new insights into the past.
Category: History