By Liz Harfull
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Every yr, countless numbers of gifted amateurs spend hours preparing entries for cooking competitions run as a part of six hundred or so agricultural exhibits throughout Australia. of their quest for a important blue ribbon, they use recipes in line with generations of expertise and strict judging codes that call for absolute perfection. during this follow-up to her first award-winning publication, The Blue Ribbon Cookbook, Liz Harfull brings jointly 70 attempted and real recipes from many of the country's such a lot enthusiastic and gifted express chefs. yet greater than that, The Australian Blue Ribbon Cookbook contains their heart-warming tales and the knowledge, wisdom, and generosity of spirit that deliver luck, even for rookies. no matter if it's a standard combined Mustard Pickle or Madeira Cake, mouth-watering Sausage Rolls or Pumpkin Damper, Jenny's Jam Drops or Cousin Barb's Jelly Slice, there's something scrumptious for everybody to aim. the tip effects may also win you a blue ribbon! contains metric measurements.
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