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Tuesday, 19 May 2009



this sounds perfect for summer!


Ahh I have a daikon in the fridge that needs attention, this looks like a very exciting recipe.


Hi Kat - Yes, you're right.....

Hi FH - It's refreshing, and easy to make.


ah....the saga of portuguese bean soup! my family recipe uses only portuguese sausage and no ham hocks, and is garnished with watercress. my aunty pauline who has carried the family tradition is now in a care home and i am one of the few remaining relatives who knows how to make it....thank God i was in her kitchen when the big pot was simmering! she insisted on Maui brand portuguese sausage, and if she couldn't get watercress on maui, we would bring it from was so good that RUTH TAN from the BANYAN INN restaurant in lahaina wanted her to cook it for the restaurant! the basics....onions, portuguese sausage, tomato sauce,sugar, hawaiian salt, potatoes (NO CARROTS!), van kamps kidney beans (there's a secret here!)

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