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    Delicious and easy to make soda bread scones, which are perfect when served alongside soups, stews or an Irish or Scottish breakfast. These can be whipped up in a trice and make a nice alternative to bread.........they are also delectable when eaten hot, split and spread with fresh butter.

    Recipe #389019

    2 Reviews |  By katew

    I have no idea where I picked up this recipe - it is on a printed sheet--a promo for maple syrup I think, but sometime I substitute golden syrup for the maple syrup with equal success.

    Recipe #247374

    A simple, quick and delicately spicy Prawn Curry, it is my husbands favourite. I recently served it with #195501 Rice Chile Verde by Engrossed, and that is the way Brian now wants this meal! Edited to add : thank you to Jan for pointing out that the cooking instructions for the prawns were WAY out! I've corrected this, sorry about that! :D

    Recipe #199263

    2 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From The Natural Menopause Cookbook. Can be stored in an airtight container for up to 3 weeks.

    Recipe #365400

    This is my family's old recipe for traditional English pancakes - served the way we like them in the Britain - with a squeeze of fresh lemon and sprinkled with sugar! Please note, that these are NOT thick pancakes, but thin and lacey - more like a French crepe. Scotch pancakes and Welsh cakes are also different - they are thicker, and belong to the family of griddle cakes, and drop scones. These are what we will be making and eating on Shrove Tuesday - Pancake Day! The only accompaniment that is needed, is a fresh lemon or two and caster sugar.........some people have jam , honey or syrup with their pancakes, although that is not traditional! Now - how to TOSS that pancake without it landing on the floor, and will I WIN the Pancake race this year??!! A little information about this great British tradition: Origins - Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday, is the traditional feast day before the start of Lent on Ash Wednesday. Lent - the 40 days leading up to Easter - was traditionally a time of fasting and on Shrove Tuesday Christians went to confession and were "shriven" (absolved from their sins). It was the last opportunity to use eggs and fats before embarking on the Lenten fast and pancakes are the perfect way of using up these ingredients. Pancake Tradition - A thin, flat cake, made of batter and baked on a griddle or fried in a pan, the pancake has a very long history and featured in cookbooks as far back as 1439. The tradition of tossing or flipping them is almost as old: "And every man and maide doe take their turne, And tosse their Pancakes up for feare they burne." (Pasquil's Palin, 1619). Tossing pancakes - Certainly these days part of the fun of cooking pancakes is in the tossing. To toss a pancake successfully takes a combination of the perfect pancake and good technique - it's so easy to get it wrong and end up with half the pancake still stuck to the pan while the other half is stuck to the ceiling or floor. All in all, it's probably best to practise a few times without an audience. Pancake races - In the UK, pancake races also form an important part of the Shrove Tuesday celebrations - an opportunity for large numbers of people to race down the streets tossing pancakes. Mardi Gras - The French name (literally "fat Tuesday" ) for Shrove Tuesday has been given to a number of Mardi Gras carnivals around the world. Among the most famous are those of Rio de Janeiro and New Orleans

    Recipe #283565

    I got this recipe out of a cookbook on quiches and was amazed by the fact that the crust is made entirely without flour. As I made it the first time, I was a bit worried that it would not set properly because the potatoes were so wet (I had about a centimetre or so of water standing in the pie dish) but it turned out great. I hope you'll like this tarte as much as I do. Note: Instead of the dried herbs or as an addition to them you could also use fresh herbs of your choice.

    Recipe #382975

    If you like chips, this is the recipe for you. :)

    Recipe #350531

    Not for the diet-conscious! A nice addition might be thinly sliced onion rings, raw or cooked (layered with the ham and cheese) , according to your personal preference. From "The Country Kitchen: Cheese And Biscuits", Jean Hatfield

    Recipe #374478

    3 Reviews |  By Tisme

    This recipe came from C.S.R. sugar and what a scrumptious brownie. A chocolate lovers dream and they are so easy to make.

    Recipe #336036

    5 Reviews |  By katew

    Adapted from an edition of Good Taste magazine.

    Recipe #331344

    19 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From Australian Super Food Ideas. A very tasty potato dish. Have included cooking time for boiling potatoes and making sauce and oven time. I think you could make this ahead and keep in the refrigerator but would have to take out for at least 30 minutes before cooking and would cook at a slightly lower temperature for longer to ensure it heats all the way through. NOTE 28 May'10 - Tasty cheese = cheddar, usually a young one; my personal preference is a sharp or aged vintage one depending what I have on hand but all will work well but just give a different depth of flavour. Also a sprinkle of paprika on top (or mixed with breadcrumbs does not go wrong - not unusual for me to do on a cheesy topped dish).

    Recipe #294344

    3 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From the Australian Diabetic Living Magazine. The cooking time is the overnight soaking time (8 to 10 hours)

    Recipe #328675

    Wherever you go in Scotland you will come across Scottish Lorne Sausage, which are square and sliced. Whether you be in a Hotel, a Guest House or a Bed and Breakfast, you will be offered a Scottish cooked breakfast, that will usually include the slices of this Scottish Lorne sausage. It is nearly always on a breakfast menu, along with bacon, egg, and "tattie" (potato) scones, and many Scots will eat it in a bread roll for lunch or maybe serve it with potatoes and vegetables for dinner. This is an easy recipe - and the sausage can be frozen in slices for ease and convenience. Prep time includes chilling time. What's in a name? It is thought that the Lorne sausage, which also goes by the names of square sausage, sliced sausage or sausage slice, was an invention of the Scottish comedian Tommy Lorne who lived from 1890 and died in 1935. He was born in Kirkintilloch near Glasgow. His birth name was Hugh Gallagher Corcoran. Tommy Lorne performed in many Scottish theatres and often performed in Glasgow and Edinburgh and was much in demand for pantomime. In his own acts he would apply white make-up and wear a short kilt, a glengarry, boots that were far too big for him and a jacket that was short. He spoke in an hilarious high pitched voice. It is thought that Lorne sausages were named after Tommy Lorne because of one of his famous catchphrase: "sausages are the boys" - he loved his sausages! He often ate a sausage sandwich between his acts. It has even been suggested that not only were Lorne sausages named after Tommy Lorne and to give people an easy to make sausage sandwich, but that Tommy Lorne was the inventor of the Lorne sausage.

    Recipe #389024

    Nothing is more delicious that a well-made Welsh Rabbit, or 'rarebit'. It is easy to make but you do need to keep your eye on it! Have the toast made, and keep it warm, before you start cooking the cheese - which is best coarsely grated because it melts easily. From 'The Country Kitchen - Cheese And Biscuits' - Jean Hatfield.

    Recipe #387481

    3 Reviews |  By Sonya01

    from site. Looking for caffene free recipes.

    Recipe #383253

    11 Reviews |  By katew

    Good for the lunchboxes.

    Recipe #389278

    6 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From Australian Better Homes and Gardens Diabetic Living. Saving as many of their recipes here that I can for that's easier than keeping the magazines. Times estimated. To be used in their lasagne. Can be gluten free using gluten free pasta. By making a double batch you will have some to make recipe #381533 as another meal.

    Recipe #381203

    4 Reviews |  By Tisme

    How do you like your vegemite? Well here is another way you might just like!

    Recipe #321300

    From Dr Phil's weight solution book, love the sound of it and will be on the lunch menu soon.

    Recipe #385023

    2 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From Australian Better Homes and Gardens Diabetic Living, saving here so I don't have to hold onto the magazines. You will also need 1 quantity of recipe #381203 381203 (adding mushrooms with the onions), the making of this sauce has not been included into the preparation and cooking times or 15 minute cooling time. Serve with a salad of choice to complete the meal.

    Recipe #381533

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