- Search by clicking on one of the buttons above. For example, click on “Cuisine”.
- That will open a new tab page where you can search for the cuisine you are after, for example, Thai.
- Click on a recipe.
- That will take you to a brief summary of the recipe and give you the choice of going to the blog post where the recipe was featured or the pdf of the recipe itself.
- Note that at the bottom of each screen, the numbers 1, 2, … indicate there are more recipes on the next page.
- Note also that “The Recipes” tab page is still open: return there to search by another category, such as “Difficulty”.
Recipes are available in two ways: from a blog post itself or from a pdf link.
Printing a recipe that is in a blog post:
- Click on the Print button at the top right of the blog post text.
- You will see a screen with various print options allowing you to tailor what you print or save as a pdf.
- You can click on unwanted photos or paragraphs and delete them.
- In the “T” box select an option for smaller or bigger font size.
- In the Image box next to it, if you want to save paper, instead of normal size images, you can print smaller ones or none at all.
- From the left of the top bar you can print a hard copy of all or some of the pages in the blog post.
- Or you can save it as a pdf. (Choose a small or nil option for images if the pdf will not generate.)
Printing a recipe that is in a pdf:
- When you click on the recipe link, the recipe opens in pdf format.
- Normally you will have the options to save it to your computer or to open it for viewing and printing.
- Some browsers may give poor quality display or printing: note that each of our recipes should show check boxes against the ingredients and a border around all sides of the page.
- If not, check your browser settings. For example, in Firefox, alter the settings to open pdf files in Acrobat.
- All recipes are written and presented in a similar format.
- Degree of difficulty is given a score out of five:
1. Very easy
2. Not difficult
3. Moderately difficult
4. Reasonably difficult
- You can search by Difficulty using the button above.
Our recipes use Australian weights and volumes. For useful summaries see: