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    Virtual Culinary Tour: British Isles & Ireland 2009

    This book contains all of the recipes made and tested by Zaar members as part of the 2009 Virtual Culinary Tour: British Isles & Ireland event. Our tour includes recipes from or highlighting the native ingredients of the following regions: Wales, Eire (Ireland), Isle of Man, Northern Ireland, Scotland, England, and the Channel Islands (Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark, Herm) & Isle of Wight
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    7 Reviews |  By BBCFan

    Great snack to munch on while watching your favorite British programs. Drink with Strongbow cider ;-) Tip: DO NOT USE AMERICAN Pork & Beans, Boston Baked Beans or "Bush's Beans" etc... ONLY Heinz or Batchelor's brand please, otherwise it might be gross. Don't worry; most American grocery stores sell HEINZ and BATCHELOR'S, in the International/European/English/Irish aisle. I've been all over the US and found them in Safeway, Kroger, Stop & Shop, etc. I've never not been able to find one of those two brands in the USA.

    Recipe #376934

    1 Reviews |  By Coasty

    Gâche Mélée is a traditional Guernsey apple dessert and is a favourite with locals. It’s great eaten hot or cold and with a dollop of Guernsey cream or custard.

    Recipe #389531

    This soup looks to be thick and comforting on a chilly night. From Delicious magazine it lists gruyere cheese in the ingredients, but you could also use cheddar cheese or even a mix of both if you like :) The soup can be prepared beforehand & refrigerated before baking.

    Recipe #234087

    This is a famous recipe, often cooked on the British soap opera Coronation Street.

    Recipe #52682

    5 Reviews |  By Bergy

    There are as many variations of colcannon as there are households in Ireland, usually it has milk in it, with this vegetarian/vegan version the milk is omitted. For a variation form the colcannon into patties and fry for breakfast. If you eat eggs, crack open eggs into small pockets on top of the colcannon and bake until cooked covered. This is a very satisfying, inexpensive dish to serve

    Recipe #20754

    25 Reviews |  By C.C

    I have used this recipe for years and it never fails. I usually make it in the summer as we usually have a vegetable garden and always end up with too many tomatoes, I then make in batches,for the freezer. I use a lot of garlic in this recipe but thats because we love it and the garlic sweetens in the roasting process. I have strained the sauce at times to remove the seeds. Though most people don't mind tomato seeds.

    Recipe #209601

    One of the best-known British commercialised pickles or relishes, is that of Branston Pickle, a spiced vegetable mixture - and a staple for all cheese sarnies (sandwiches) and ploughman's lunches! There are many generic brands on the market now, but this is the closest set of ingredients and the most authentic taste, compared with the Original Branston Pickle recipe! Branston Pickle is wonderful when added to curries and stews, and you MUST try it with toasted cheese or Welsh rarebit - delicious!

    Recipe #246675

    A traditional English recipe. Use either new, small peas, or small frozen peas. This is wonderful served as part of an English Sunday roast dinner! Another gem from Great British Cooking.

    Recipe #110265

    Soo good, I always got this at school, I will have to thank our chefs for this one. This only tastes good cold, so I wouldn't recommend trying to heat it up

    Recipe #178995

    I have always prefered savoury food to sweet food, and this is a recipe I made up for a savoury version of one of my favourite sweet puddings, Bread and Butter Pudding. This savoury dish is easy to rustle up and makes a tasty supper, breakfast, brunch or lunch dish. Do try to use mature farmhouse Cheddar cheese, a little goes a long way as the flavour is so pronounced. This can be made the night before you need it, for breakfast or brunch, and then baked next morning - a great make ahead meal! NB: Do NOT use standard American style sandwich bread, it is too thin and will not crisp up!

    Recipe #301346

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    A calming, soothing, and restorative blend using three of my favorite herbs--lavender, mint, and lemon balm! Makes 2 lovely cups of tea or tisane. You can add a tea bag of your choice to make a stronger tea if you wish, and add another cup of water to make 3 cups of tea. Would be wonderful served with recipe #383209.

    Recipe #383897

    4 Reviews |  By Amanda2

    English Digestive Biscuits

    Recipe #5388

    Well, why share this delectable cheese with the children?! I discovered this recipe whilst at home in England - it was on a leaflet given out by the Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese company - I have made these twice now, and this is my slightly adapted recipe based on the original. A little bit of history about this superb English cheese.......Simon Jones, who started to make Lincolnshire Poacher, is the fourth generation to be running the farm, which has been in the family since 1917. It is situated on the edge of the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds about ten miles from the east coast. The lush pastures sit on chalky land, which enables him to have a successful dairy herd in an area where dairy farms are very scarce and cheesemaking is virtually unknown. This cheddar-like unpasteurized cheese is the Supreme Champion at the British Cheese Awards, and is buttery, smooth, and nutty in taste. The sharp flavour will linger on your palate. It is aged anywhere from 18-24 months.

    Recipe #231021

    This Tyneside breakfast special is traditionally cooked in bacon fat and served with eggs and sausages. A kind of potato cake, floodies are said to have originated with canal workers, who cooked them on shovels over a fire. They should be served crisp and golden brown. Taken from The Best of English Food and Cooking. Yum!

    Recipe #360647

    A must for cool people - or those who like cucumbers! This is a very versatile sandwich spread or dip, which is so easy to whip up at the last minute; it makes VERY elegant sandwiches and is a wonderful accompaniment for smoked salmon, prawns (shrimp) or tuna. I have also used it to spread on savoury scones and crackers. If you plan to make this a day before you need to use it, you might like to salt the cucumbers first - as they do release water into the spread.

    Recipe #300257

    A friend of mine shared this recipe with me, and I have made waffles this way ever since. They are so light, slightly sweet, and just perfect served with fresh fruit and a little whipped cream, or syrup. A wonderful way to start the day. Hope you enjoy them too.

    Recipe #183571

    This was a quick throw it together Sunday Lunch pudding idea - raid the freezer for all the nearly used bags of frozen summer fruits, such as cherries, raspberries, blackcurrants, redcurrants, bilberries (blueberries), blackberries and strawberries. Fling them all into an ovenproof gratin dish; whizz up a shortbread crumble topping - and Bob's your uncle and Fanny's your aunt, as we say down our way!!!! We loved it, the combination of fruits was wonderful - and it is a great idea for using up whatever fruits you have lurking in your freezer. I am sure that fresh fruit would also be suitable. We like our fruits to be on the tart side - so pleased add sugar to taste! Serve the crumble with hot custard, cold custard, cream, ice cream, crème fraiche or whatever you fancy!

    Recipe #359834

    Something like shepherd's pie but much better

    Recipe #193848

    A Delia Smith recipe. Everyone's favourite on campus here.. try it and see for yourself.

    Recipe #216041

    A true family favourite, it's comfort food at its finest.

    Recipe #260604

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