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    I lived in Thailand for a while this summer and I spent alot of time with some Thai girls and they taught me how to make this REALLY easy and quick, tasty dish.

    Recipe #144658

    Lovely slathered in butter with a cuppa tea. For an evening snack or breakfast the next morning. They reheat really well. So easy to make.

    Recipe #242384

    Rhubarb and custard go so well together. It looks really pretty too. You cant go wrong with this recipe!

    Recipe #252053

    I went through EVERY tiramisu recipe on the site, and this one is different and is definitely worth trying. I had a Swiss Au Pair when I was a child and she taught me this recipe. I have made it every Christmas since from memory and this is the first time I've written it down, I usually guess quantities. If there was one recipe that I hope my kids will learn and pass on to future generations its this one! I use any spirits that are in my cabinet at the time of making so use whatever alcohol you like or leave it out if you prefer. I use a large trifle bowl.

    Recipe #295187

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