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For 150 years the Sisters of the Good Samaritan - or the Good Sams as they are affectionately known - have been nourishing minds, hearts and bodies. The Good Sams have stood the test of time, and so have many of the 150 recipes in this book, passed down from one generation of sisters to the next, and from parents, relatives and friends. In addition to the recipes by Australian Good Sams, also included are recipes from the other countries in which they live - Japan, the Philippines and Kiribati. Here is convent cooking at its best - from soups to scones and cakes with lashings of cream and love.
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The Sisters of the Good Samaritan of the Order of Saint Benedict - or the 'Good Sams' as they are affectionately known - are the first Australian homegrown religious congregation, founded in 1857 by Australia's first Catholic bishop, John Bede Polding. Archbishop Polding established the congregation to care for abused women, often left homeless. The work soon expanded and for 150 years the Sisters have been involved in all aspects of education, spiritual support, pastoral care and social welfare. Good Sams make good cooks. Well...many do! Their hope is that you will enjoy this fare and be well nourished.
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