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Unconventional to serve with peaches but looks easy enough and we could also make the plum compote, just in case :-) 
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haven't made potato salad before - I'm not usually a fan of creamy dressings but this sounds very good. Basically salad with bacon, mushroom, blue cheese and roasted potatoes...maybe throw in a little avocado and you'd have perfection in a bowl :)
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Similar to our oven ribs +Nik Focht  but a glaze you baste on before you grill them just before serving - sounds very good.
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Savory Thai Spiced Candied Cashew Nut Recipe with kaffir lime leaves and Thai chili
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Attempting these to use up more whey (reduced the sugar to 150g). The batter came out VERY liquid, which is odd given the comments, so not sure these will work - we'll see in 10 mins...
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These sound amazing!
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The only way I might be tempted to consume coca cola would be if meat were marinaded in it. These could be good - sticky and spicy!
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Just enjoyed a week long holiday on the beautiful Garden Island and was lucky enough to stop by Hanapepe on Friday afternoon as the town was setting up for their weekly Art Walk event. The buzz in what seems an otherwise quiet, forgotten and ramshackle little town was palpable and we really enjoyed our walk around (if you go make sure you look out for the Right Slice stand - divine pies!). The highlight was definitely this lovely old 2nd hand bookstore - the westernmost bookstore in the US according to the owner. I bought a lovely book on teaching kids to cook and he even brought out some of his latest stock (before it had been cleaned - who knew!) for me to peruse. Gorgeous shop full of atmosphere and wonderful old books, sweet cats winding their way between the aisles and a very friendly owner. A must visit in Kauai!
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I have not yet been to the shop but was lucky enough to sample their wares at the Farmer's Market in Waipa and fell in love with the chocolate coconut macaroon tart. Absolutely delicious pies, so looking forward to going to the shop to try more stuff.
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reviewed 4 months ago
Had our first wedding anniversary here and really liked it. The food is homely and rustic but tasty and filling. The service was a lot friendlier and more pleasant than the usual Swiss welcome (perhaps because it's French Swiss?) and everything we ate was delicious - the raclette toast with mushrooms and fried egg was very comforting and the cordon bleue while a bit thick (two slices of pork together is cheating no?) was tasty. The apple fritters for dessert were excellent too. We will be back, probably with guests.
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Had a lovely brunch here on a busy Saturday. They were most welcoming and accommodating despite us bringing a push chair in to the busy restaurant. The food was decent and relatively tasty - the bagel was probably the biggest hit - and there is both a brunch and lunch menu. We'll definitely go back again when in the area.
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Love this place! Super friendly service, excellent English which is handy when your German does not stretch to wood types and colours of matting! Pricey but no more so than other framing shops and this is Switzerland after all!
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Love this place, especially the decor. Pricey and usually packed their Hot Chocolate is very good as are their cakes and cookies. They also stock jams which are French and look scrumptious. I've yet to try their chocolates either but want to even if just for their lovely packaging. I bring a lot of our guests here as it's a lovely experience in pretty surroundings in what seems to be a very old bakery.
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