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 1 
 on: Wed 8 August, 2018 - 02:27 pm 
Started by Brain - Last post by Stu
Southern Ford Supporter mardi gras? 

 2 
 on: Wed 8 August, 2018 - 01:33 pm 
Started by Brain - Last post by Collie
Ford supporters?

 3 
 on: Tue 7 August, 2018 - 06:30 pm 
Started by Brain - Last post by Red
Not sure... I think they might be from the South Island

 4 
 on: Mon 6 August, 2018 - 01:49 pm 
Started by Brain - Last post by Stu
who dey? 

 5 
 on: Sun 5 August, 2018 - 02:44 pm 
Started by Brain - Last post by Brain



 6 
 on: Thu 19 July, 2018 - 09:01 pm 
Started by Brain - Last post by Collie
 High 5  yes I did.
Clever wee clogs aren’t I. 


 7 
 on: Thu 19 July, 2018 - 05:24 pm 
Started by Brain - Last post by Brain
did you reassemble it?   

 8 
 on: Tue 10 July, 2018 - 01:31 pm 
Started by CharlotteB - Last post by Collie
Italian Roma is probably what they mean
 A low acid tomato.

But the extra herbs would not go amiss

 9 
 on: Thu 5 July, 2018 - 10:49 am 
Started by CharlotteB - Last post by CharlotteB
I index some of my rather extensive collection of recipe books for the “Eat Your Books” website of cook books and recipes (https://www.eatyourbooks.com/) = books that the site’s indexers wouldn’t have time to do.  Generally I do New Zealand recipe books with a reasonable number of “owners” as recorded on the website so that we can all have them come up in  our searches.

The indexing terms used are generally American and ingredients and I need to ensure that the correct ingredient is listed or possibly to request a new one be added if necessary.   As noted above, I am  checking on the ingredients listed for the recipe for “Quick Tomato Sauce” on page 64 to ensure that I (and EYB) understand what was intended.  The ingredient in question is "Italian tomatoes” - is it tinned Italian Roma tomatoes or tinned tomatoes flavoured with Italian herbs.  If the former then the ingredient will simply by “tinned tomatoes”.

The recipe list in the variations below, a substitution of Mexican or chilli tomatoes which suggests to me that perhaps the ingredient was tomatoes flavoured with Italian green herbs rather that tinned Roma tomatoes.

Many thanks for anyone who can help.

Charlotte Burton-Bell, Wellington

 10 
 on: Wed 27 June, 2018 - 11:29 pm 
Started by Brain - Last post by Collie
I even made gluten free choc chippie biscuits, orange cake and date and nut loaf.   

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