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    Originally from Leith's Recipe of the Day but with a couple of adaptions. I like to use whole nut chocolate. These are recipes I've kept for years, used time and time again and then moved house. I lost them six years ago and found them recently. It's like finding old much-loved friends. I want them safe. Please computer, don't die!

    Recipe #112435

    From Leith's Recipe of the Day. I've never made this, but have always wanted to. Serve this with creme fraiche or greek yohurt.

    Recipe #112434

    I can't remember where I got this from. But I keep a can of cherries in the cupboard, a sachet of the pudding mix and knowing that the corner shop stocks cream, have always got a posh pud on hand for unexpected guests. Use deep glasses so that the layers can be seen. You want the light to shine through the cherries. The original recipe called for chocolate instant pudding, but my family prefers toffee flavour. Oh, and I always make twice as much because people always want seconds.

    Recipe #111669

    From the McDougalls flour packet. I haven't made it, but want to. It sounds like a good easy party dish.

    Recipe #111641

    I made this years ago. Dead easy, looks impressive and tastes great. My kind of recipe. Lost all my precious recipes, including this one, and I found on clearing out the attic five years later, a shopping bag full of lost papers. I'm delighted to share this with you. Originally from BEST magazine.

    Recipe #111512

    Celia Goodrick-Clarke's Cheat Cuisine produced this recipe many years ago. I haven't, as yet, tried it.

    Recipe #111313

    3rd Recipe from Celia Goodrick-Clarke and Cheat's Cuisine.

    Recipe #111112

    Celia Goodrick-Clarke's Cheat's Cuisine. An article from years ago. I haven't tried this - yet!

    Recipe #110827

    A scrap of very old paper, which I thought important enough to keep years ago, fell out of a drawer. I'd still like to try these recipes. From Cheat's Cuisine and Celia Goodrick-Clarke.

    Recipe #110731

    This is a recipe someone on the British site was looking for. I found it on Delia Smith's messageboard. I haven't tried it. And I've no idea how long it takes to make.

    Recipe #110612

    I made this just before Christmas. They're easy to make, rich and delicious. Very sophisticated. From Leith's Recipe of the Day in the Daily Mail.

    Recipe #110418

    This recipe comes from the Daily Mail's Leith's Recipe of the Day. I made some yesterday for our Brownie Pack's Tsunami fundraising event and they, along with my brownies (I used Recipe no 13729 - not my recipe! But a good one!) were sold out. Try them for something different. I did need more than the amount below of lemon juice for the glaze. The recipe says "10 minutes" prep time. I think they're talking about professionals. I'm "just" a housewife - it took me a while longer. But worth it.

    Recipe #110106

    A tangy, not too sweet cake that never lets me down. The cake has candied peel on top, which I love. Something different! I'm afraid I can't remember where I got this recipe from, but I'm glad to have it.

    Recipe #108595

    This is an English recipe, from Prue Leith's column in the Daily Mail. I love the ginger cream that makes these scones really special. Perfect for afternoon tea.

    Recipe #104763

    This is my family's favourite apple pie. I lost the recipe and it's taken me five years before I found it again. This time I'm determined to share it! It's English (UK), so I hope the instructions are clear.

    Recipe #100904

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