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    This is the one. No fail, not heavy podge but yummy wonder A perfect toad in the hole . for me this means brown yummy sausages (or left over beef/pork/lamb), a light custary yorkshire pudding, crispy on the edges and risen and fluffy inside. Onions to add flavor. Many use onion gravy but i am a little bit of a heathen here..with this recipe i can enjoy all of it without needing lashings of gravy but of course it would be perfect on it. A brian turner recipe slightly tweaked by me. Its best known as an english dish but with canada';s british heritage its very popular here as well. Do not be afraid of the proportions or the vinegar. I was, so used to heavier batters, more flour..and never with vinegar. Yet it helped lighten the pud and the batter was just perfect with the sausages..they even rose in the cooking. made this for the 3rd time, and this time was wanting something even quicker so didn't use the onions or herbs, just browned the sausages in the baking dish while the batter sat. Also halved it and it was just as wonderful

    Recipe #287689

    Found this on a political site, she was going to celebrate the health care vote with it and had to have the recipe! It takes about a week to dissolve the berries but can be used after two or 3 days. Prep time includes this

    Recipe #417539

    This is a yummy version of cornish pasties from the Golden Bee restaurant; note that it calls for small eggs.

    Recipe #274396

    A very traditional irish stew by way of Killarney County. The stout and barley really make it a deep flavorful and perfect meal. time is 2-3 hours because it will depend on how tender your lamb is. Its a great prepare and leave it recipe though, would also be fun in the slow cooker

    Recipe #390729

    mmmmmmm.... :yummy: only 5 ingredients, what can be easier-and one of those is optional!

    Recipe #384975

    Scones, those light and delicious moist clouds to hold clotted cream and jam. So many recipes disappoint, but these from smittenkitchen.com via America's Test Kitchen are stunners.

    Recipe #411594

    No ordinary bread pudding! Chef Hector Santiago's creation with rum sauce, finished almost like a french toast,and served with ice cream. Try to give it the overnight cooling, then all you need to do is finish it off for serving. Havent made this yet so serving size and times are guestimates

    Recipe #278168

    what a fantastic combination, mushrooms in a yummy stroganoff sauce flavored with a little brandy and mashed potatoes, dinner on the table in 30 mins. Update 24/02/12 Made and devoured, it really is a dish where you don't miss the meat..but could add some.

    Recipe #307783

    Not for the faint hearted! From the time/life cooking of the world series, this is the one gingerbread cake that tops all others. IF you like fudgy, moist but highly spiced gingerbread. If you prefer milder flavors this is not for you.

    Recipe #251185

    Not as bizarre as it sounds, Guinness (or dark german ale) is great in dishes. Haven't tried it yet but sure plan to. When the men say "get me a beer" you can hand them a cupcake :) Found this on a bigcity blog, and the comments were raves.

    Recipe #260955

    Its a yorkshire chef but the recipe is both english and european since it includes Rosti and traditional eggs and european sausages. Homemade potato rosti, regular sausage meat kicked up a notch, eggs, fried bread and tomatoes..and all in less than 30 mins to prepare YUM. Make this for your sweetie on a cold morning, or the whole family by increasing the ingredients.

    Recipe #290863

    By David Massey, combining bangers, mash and yorkie pud into a comfort food for the soul.

    Recipe #283389

    Another brian turner breakfast special, this is just wonderful. For those special times when the diet can go hang :) Use button mushrooms for the field mushrooms or portobellos> i like how he takes regular sausages then adds more flavor and specialness to it.

    Recipe #290865

    This has a yummy bacon and sage topping, a simple recipe but delicious. From Good Food Live

    Recipe #289187

    The bananas actually go over the scones, they are not in it. A delicious tea time snack for two. From Brian TurnerUpdate 03/03/12 So easy to make, perfect for someone under the weather who needs a pickmeup.

    Recipe #290859


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