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Some delicious lunch meals to keep your energy up for what is sure to be an exciting afternoon 4WDriving.

APRICOT CHICKEN

APRICOT CHICKENThis is an excellent recipe for old or tough frozen chicken that you sometimes find in your fridge or freezer. (not chicken that has started to ‘go off’) in the outback. A precooked barbecue chicken from a supermarket works … Continue reading

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Cream of Pumpato Soup with Beef and Bacon Croutons

Yes folks, from the far reaches and vast depths ofthe empty (so they say) mind of TRAX ChaplainNeil, comes this quick and nourishing soup thatTRAX members have so often enjoyed at theAnnual Christmas Gathering. Cream of Pumpato Soup with Beef … Continue reading

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TRAX Pink Lady Apple Crumble

Autumn may be upon us but there are stillplenty of fresh apples available, and lots ofANZAC biscuits. So, here’s a recipe where youcan use both and make a fantastic, mouthwatering, ripper of a desert for the troops athome or in … Continue reading

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SIMPLE BUSH BATTER

SIMPLE BUSH BATTER Sounds just too simple? Not a bit of it. Too many dishes are spoilt because of badly made or crook Batter. Batter helps to give many foods a bit of ‘body’ or extra taste. So, be like … Continue reading

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BUBBLE AND SQUEAK!

BUBBLE AND SQUEAK!(Also known as ‘strikers delight’ – but without the Chokos!) Striker’s delight – from the days of the 1930’s depression and the 1949 coal strike. Yet a really nice meal for a hot breakfast if made properly. Here’s … Continue reading

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SIMPLE INGREDIENTS TO TAKE IN YOUR TUCKERBOX

SIMPLE INGREDIENTS TO TAKE IN YOUR TUCKERBOXOr, how to eat well without taking dozens of different foods with you. The following is just a partial, simple list of plain foods which, if used in the right combination will give a … Continue reading

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Grandma Gray’s ‘Back Country’ Ginger Beer

TRAXCOOKX or should it be TRAXBREWZ? Grandma Gray’s ‘Back Country’ Ginger Beer The Ginger Beer that my grandmother used to make when I was very young. Grandma’s ginger beer was a prized item. Gran had a reputation for making a … Continue reading

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Lumberjack Cake

A new recipe this month, especially to help you to cope with the fallout from the “Car-Owner Virus”! Lumberjack Cake Ingredients: 2 Apples – core, then cut and or chop into about 8 pieces per apple. 1 teaspoon Bi-carb of … Continue reading

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Barbecued honey pineapple

A juicy slice of pineapple is a stand-out summer treat on its own and it’s even more delicious brushed with honey and heated until caramelised to intensify the flavour! Ingredients: 6 slices of pineapple, 2cm thick, peeled – tinned or … Continue reading

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Savoury Mince Rissoles

You may like to prepare these before you leave home and keep them in your Esky.  They can also be individualised if some members of your party like vegetables that others won’t eat – just remember to label them if … Continue reading

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