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scottz 04-24-2010 05:22 PM

ANZAC Day
 
A special day to remember special people. If any of you aussies are cooking pizzas and having a beer today....remember to raise one to the people who defended and are still serving our great country. Lest We Forget.

david s 04-25-2010 11:19 PM

Re: ANZAC Day
 
Didn't we fight against the Italians in WW2 and interred all Italian men in that period?

Spunkoid 08-30-2010 11:00 AM

Re: ANZAC Day
 
No, actually these wars were not fought so much against countries or thier peoples as much as against facism and political ideologies that were being forced on others....
scottz... appreciate your reminder to raise a glass to those who sacrificed thier lives giving us the Freedom that we enjoy today.
"Freedom is not free, ask anyone who has had to fight for it."

brickie in oz 08-30-2010 11:40 PM

Re: ANZAC Day
 
My son baked the most amazing Anzac bikkies in the oven the next morning after a pizzafest, they absolutely just melted in the mouth. :cool:

Its worth a try.:)

nissanneill 08-31-2010 05:01 AM

Re: ANZAC Day
 
brickie in oz
With a comment like that, it commands a recipe!!!!
I always look for something to do and cook in the cooling oven and a 'good' anzac biscuit is ideal.
My sister made some good anzacs a few weeks ago and then repeated the recipe with a little more butter which ended up more like brandy snaps.

Cheers.

Neill

brickie in oz 08-31-2010 12:59 PM

Re: ANZAC Day
 
Ill get the recipe tonight then....:cool:

brickie in oz 08-31-2010 05:41 PM

Re: ANZAC Day
 
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Recipe as promised.....:)

nissanneill 09-01-2010 05:00 AM

Re: ANZAC Day
 
Brickie in oz
Printed off and filed away.
Thanking you.
Will give them a try next firing!

Cheers.


Neill

dmun 09-01-2010 01:09 PM

Re: ANZAC Day
 
When the Anzac biscuit first came up, I googled it and discovered that it was full of the hated dried grated coconut. Otherwise it seemed like a pretty standard oatmeal cookie.

Your enclosed recipe looks much better. The despised coconut is missing. It uses much more oatmeal than flour (most recipes are 1 to 1). I'm going to give these a try.

For those like myself that are "golden syrup" deprived, it's suggested that honey is a good substitute.

dmun 09-01-2010 03:50 PM

Re: ANZAC Day
 
Here's the metric amounts for the anzac biscuit recipe:

180g rolled oats
60g sugar
94g flour
22g golden syrup
5g bicarb of soda
14g boiling water
125 grams butter (given) (114g=1 stick)

These were assembled using various web calculators. Will test soon.


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