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    Gary Guest

    Default What Australia film themed barbecue would you stage ?

    If money was no limitation in terms of the foods provided,what
    Australia film themed barbecue menu would you offer (while showing the
    Australia film to invited friends and A list guests,including the
    film's main actors Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman) in terms of the
    creatively witty food and drink you'd offer up to guests.

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    jOhN Guest

    Default Re: What Australia film themed barbecue would you stage ?

    Gary wrote:
    > If money was no limitation in terms of the foods provided,what
    > Australia film themed barbecue menu would you offer (while showing the
    > Australia film to invited friends and A list guests,including the
    > film's main actors Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman) in terms of the
    > creatively witty food and drink you'd offer up to guests.


    I think one of the No Reservations shows featured Aussie fare that made
    me and the missus to put that continent on our future travel list.

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    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: What Australia film themed barbecue would you stage ?

    Gary <[email protected]> wrote:

    > If money was no limitation in terms of the foods provided,what
    > Australia film themed barbecue menu would you offer (while showing the
    > Australia film to invited friends and A list guests,including the
    > film's main actors Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman) in terms of the
    > creatively witty food and drink you'd offer up to guests.


    I'd barbecue Jackie (the kangaroo). That prick.

    -sw

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    phil..c Guest

    Default Re: What Australia film themed barbecue would you stage ?

    jOhN wrote:
    > Gary wrote:
    >> If money was no limitation in terms of the foods provided,what
    >> Australia film themed barbecue menu would you offer (while showing the
    >> Australia film to invited friends and A list guests,including the
    >> film's main actors Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman) in terms of the
    >> creatively witty food and drink you'd offer up to guests.

    >
    > I think one of the No Reservations shows featured Aussie fare that made
    > me and the missus to put that continent on our future travel list.


    Some of these links may assist you.


    http://www.abc.net.au/passions/ I Like his stuff

    http://www.foodandwinelovers.com.au/ there must be something there for
    you .

    http://www.abc.net.au/gondola/

    For some great HEALTHY ideas
    http://au.lifestyle.yahoo.com/event/iga/

    http://www.gcbc.tv/
    http://www.hueyscookingadventures.com.au/

    However, Big H is actually a KIWI

    http://www.abc.net.au/secretrecipes/
    Have found some great recipes in here and when tried them out
    never poisoned any one
    http://www.abc.net.au/occasionalcook/ so so


    This is my favourite show for ideas and recipes

    good solid entertaining straight up cooking show
    http://www.abc.net.au/tv/cookandchef/

    Hope that helps

    Cheers P

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    sf Guest

    Default Re: What Australia film themed barbecue would you stage ?

    On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 12:02:19 +0800, "phil..c" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >http://www.abc.net.au/passions/ I Like his stuff
    >
    >http://www.foodandwinelovers.com.au/ there must be something there for
    >you .

    What is that site all about? Where were the recipes?
    >
    >http://www.abc.net.au/gondola/


    Thanks for the links. The first ABC site reminded me that I haven't
    made stuffed zucchini in a long time.... hubby just mentioned last
    night that I tend to make a great meal and never make it again. I
    told him it's because I'm inspired by a recipe, don't follow it
    exactly (or at all) and neglect to write down what I did. Anyway,
    their recipe called for chicken, which is what we're eating a lot of
    these days - so I'll add it to my "1001 ways to cook chicken"
    repertoire.



    --
    I love cooking with wine.
    Sometimes I even put it in the food.

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    PeterL Guest

    Default Re: What Australia film themed barbecue would you stage ?

    sf <[email protected]> wrote in news:3b29v4p8gnmme76ndj039d0vj1203qjvrm@
    4ax.com:

    > On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 12:02:19 +0800, "phil..c" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >>http://www.abc.net.au/passions/ I Like his stuff
    >>
    >>http://www.foodandwinelovers.com.au/ there must be something there for
    >>you .

    > What is that site all about? Where were the recipes?
    >>




    The troll/stalker 'phil the dill cleaver' is a try-hard, we have to give it
    that.

    But at the end of the day, it's a dumb as dog**** troll that doesn't know
    what it's posting/talking about.




    Try........

    http://www.sbs.com.au/food/show/food-lovers-guide/


    and.........


    http://www.lifestylefood.com.au/show...-to-australia/



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    Brisbane
    Australia

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    Bob Terwilliger Guest

    Default Re: What Australia film themed barbecue would you stage ?

    Gary wrote:

    > If money was no limitation in terms of the foods provided,what
    > Australia film themed barbecue menu would you offer (while showing the
    > Australia film to invited friends and A list guests,including the
    > film's main actors Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman) in terms of the
    > creatively witty food and drink you'd offer up to guests.


    Was grilling popular in 1939 Australia? The cuisine of Australia today
    appears to be VERY different from Australian cuisine in the late 1930s and
    early 1940s; there was a kind of food revolution there in the 1980s and
    1990s, and I gather the food is much better today.

    Bob




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    phil..c Guest

    Default Re: What Australia film themed barbecue would you stage ?

    Bob Terwilliger wrote:
    > Gary wrote:
    >
    >> If money was no limitation in terms of the foods provided,what
    >> Australia film themed barbecue menu would you offer (while showing the
    >> Australia film to invited friends and A list guests,including the
    >> film's main actors Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman) in terms of the
    >> creatively witty food and drink you'd offer up to guests.

    >
    > Was grilling popular in 1939 Australia? The cuisine of Australia today
    > appears to be VERY different from Australian cuisine in the late 1930s and
    > early 1940s; there was a kind of food revolution there in the 1980s and
    > 1990s, and I gather the food is much better today.
    >
    > Bob
    >
    >
    >

    1930/s a Depression was going on
    Post WW2 and the influx of Migrants mainly from Europe and UK
    Greece in Particular in Victoria

    Things Changed for the better

    Post 75 Refugee and additional migration increased
    Asian cooking awareness and supply of ingredients

    Post 90 Middle East and African refugee and Migration
    is again adding additional thread to the tapestry of food within Australia .

    Just my 2 cents worth ( now waits for certain Lunatic to slither out
    from under its **** pit and have another go at one of my posts )

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    bob Guest

    Default Re: What Australia film themed barbecue would you stage ?

    On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 17:03:10 -0700, "Bob Terwilliger"
    <virtualgoth@die_spammer.biz> shouted from the highest rooftop:

    >Gary wrote:
    >
    >> If money was no limitation in terms of the foods provided,what
    >> Australia film themed barbecue menu would you offer (while showing the
    >> Australia film to invited friends and A list guests,including the
    >> film's main actors Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman) in terms of the
    >> creatively witty food and drink you'd offer up to guests.

    >
    >Was grilling popular in 1939 Australia? The cuisine of Australia today
    >appears to be VERY different from Australian cuisine in the late 1930s and
    >early 1940s; there was a kind of food revolution there in the 1980s and
    >1990s, and I gather the food is much better today.


    I was in Oz in the early-80's for a conference in Melbourne followed
    by a few days of meetings in Sydney. One day I found myself walking
    around Sydney shopping for stuff to take back to the family when I
    discovered that it was around 3:30pm and I hadn't eaten lunch.

    If I'd been back in Auckland I wouldn't have found anything decent to
    eat at that time of day so when I found a coffee shop open in one of
    the downtown Sydney shopping centres and ordered a shrimp salad I
    expected some canned shrimp thrown on plate with some iceberg lettuce
    smothered in mayo or thousand island dressing.

    Instead, I was served an almost platter sized dish of big, juicy
    shrimps (tails still on) nestled on a lovely big salad. It was a real
    meal and cost maybe one third the price I would have had to pay for
    the same thing if I'd been able to find it in Auckland.

    In fact, I ate so well and was so impressed with the standard and
    variety of restaurant food during the ten days I was over there I'd go
    back to Australia with my appetite any day ...


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