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    This fabulous fruit cake is boiled then baked. It has a lovely moist consistency and will keep for a long time in an airtight container. It is an excellent recipe for a special occasion such as a Wedding or Christmas. I have made this on many occasions and it has always been a success. Remember always allow the cake to cool before you remove it from your tin and then it can be pricked all over the top with a skewer, and drizzled with warmed Whisky if you choose.

    Recipe #415206

    This is a quick and easy soup to make, approximately thirty minutes. It is rich and creamy without adding any thickeners. It will serve four/six people. The whole family will love this hearty and healthy soup, especially the kids as they get all the vitamins and minerals, and I never hear, "I don't eat that." I always advocate the use of stainless steel or copper pots, as I believe that using any type of aluminium pots give off some sort of toxic substances. You can always add a drizzle of cream when serving, and a little fresh parsley. For people who are vegetarians you can omit the cooked bacon, and it will still taste as good. Have fun cooking, always with love...

    Recipe #413770


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