By Elizabeth Germaine
An advent to the cooking of Australia, that includes such recipes as egg and bacon pie, Anzac biscuits, pumpkin soup, and glazed kiwi tart. additionally comprises details at the background, geography, customs and folks of the "land down under."
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Place tomato slices on two of the buttered bread slices. Sprinkle tomato slices with salt, pepper, and sugar. 5. Wash mint and dry the sprigs between paper towels. With kitchen shears, snip mint leaves from 2 sprigs into tiny pieces and sprinkle them over the tomato slices. *For a variation on this recipe, use thinly sliced, peeled cucumber in place of the tomato and leave out the sugar. 6. Cover tomato slices with remaining slices of bread. Cut each sandwich into four triangular pieces. Arrange sandwiches on a plate or small platter and garnish with extra sprigs of mint.
When cake is cool, cut it into twelve pieces, about 2¥ inches square each. 2. To make icing, sift powdered sugar and cocoa into a bowl. Add melted butter and boiling water and mix until smooth. 3. Place the bowl of icing in a pan one quarter full of simmering water. 4. Place coconut in a shallow bowl next to saucepan. Place a wire rack on the other side of the coconut to form a lamington assembly line. 5. Using forks or tongs, dip a cake square into the hot icing. Turn to coat well and let excess icing drip off.