2015 #ANZAC #Spirit #Goodbye #Cobber 1/4oz #Gold Proof #Coin. By the end of the Great War more than 416,000 Australian men had enlisted from a population of fewer than 5 million, representing approximately 38.7% of the total male population aged between 18 and 44.
Bisquick, sour cream, 7up and butter!.... These are excellent!!!! So easy and soooo good! Will be making these from now on! Recipe is hard to get to. here it is: 7 Up Biscuits 4 cups Bisquick 1 cup sour cream 1 cup 7-up 1/2 cup melted butter mix bisque, sour cream and 7 up. melt butter in pan, and put shaped biscuits in, then Bake at 425 until golden
BERRY COBBLER -Two 12-oz bags frozen mixed berries/peaches -1 box white cake mix -Approx 1 can of 7-Up, (may need more than 1 can of soda to avoid dry spots) Place frozen fruit in a 9"x13" baking dish. Add dry cake mix over the top. Pour soda slowly over cake mix. DO NOT stir the cake mix and the soda--this will give you a 'crust.' Bake 350 for 45-50 min or longer until berries are cooked. (Option: Cover with foil and bake 20 minutes. Uncover and bake an additional 40 minutes.)
New Zealand Flying Officer Edgar James 'Cobber' Kain of No. 73 Squadron RAF, standing by his Hawker Hurricane Mark I "Paddy III" (P/L1766) at Rouvres, shortly after becoming the first Allied air 'ace' of the Second World War. November 1939 Kain scored his fourth and fifth victories on 26 March 1940, before being wounded and forced to bail out. The 21-year-old pilot was killed in a flying accident while doing acrobatics over Échemines airfield on 7 June 1940.