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    Gary Rhodes Recipe: "This is a good old English pudding which is made all over the country. I think this recipe originated with Francis Coulson of Sharrow Bay in Ullswater, and it works better than any of the other recipes I have tried. The best dates to use are Medjool, which come from India. They are plump and meaty with almost a molasses taste".

    Recipe #135354

    Gary Rhodes Recipe: "I love having afternoon tea cakes, hot-cross buns, and scones. They are treats the British enjoy and they are so easy to get hold of in Britain - almost every shop sells them. Crumpets warmed and served toasted with lots of butter and jam are also a favorite. So, when a friend of mine passed on this recipe to me, I just had to try it. They do work and, with lots of butter, are delicious".

    Recipe #135356

    Recipe #135352

    Roast potatoes are a weekly institution in most British families and households. When it's time for that Sunday lunch, it's time for roast potatoes. For the very best results it's important to use the right potato. Almost any potato will roast, but if you love that crispy edge with a light, fluffy and creamy interior, then floury potatoes are what's needed. To achieve the right finish, these potatoes will take at least 1 hour to cook; for extreme crispiness, cook for 1 1/2 hours.

    Recipe #91874

    Gary Rhodes Recipe: "Risottos in general have become so popular, with almost unlimited flavors and variations to choose from. This one is slightly different, having mashed potato added to create a more than creamy texture". Serves 8 as an appetizer or 4 as a main course

    Recipe #135355

    I always hated those burnt raisins on top of Bread and Butter Pudding. This is a first class recipe - with no shrivelled and burnt bits of charcoal to spoil the flavour. This is the Rolls-Royce of bread puddings, using lots of eggs and cream. Make it when you have a surplus of eggs - or when you're making a pavlova or meringues!

    Recipe #126561


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