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    My Nanna used to make this for afternoon tea. She would serve it buttered and for Christmas and New Years it was served buttered with Rum Butter as a special treat. For the mixed dried fruit you can either use one or a combination of sultanas, raisins, currants and mixed peel. Glace cherries are also nice. This cake is moist and keeps well. It's good for picnics, camping, lunchboxes and pot lucks.

    Recipe #471462

    From the Vegitarian Society, stored here for safe keeping

    Recipe #404504

    For special occasions. Mushrooms may be added if wished.

    Recipe #404503

    Probably one of the most popular varieties of homemade chutney. Apple chutney has a tangy, sweet flavour which is perfect with cheeses such as cheddar, cheshire or white stilton.

    Recipe #403939

    From The Vegetarian Society Posted here for safe keeping Celeriac always seems to be the poor relation of the root vegetables as people tend to look at its knobbly exterior and shy away from experimenting with it. This is a pity as it has a slightly sweet celery flavour and purées to a beautifully smooth texture. If you cannot obtain celeriac, then try using a squash instead.

    Recipe #403935

    Simple parsnip soup, good on a cold, wet and windy day. Serve with bread and butter.

    Recipe #401877

    From Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall of River Cottage Fame. We love this and usually have potatoes, carrots and swede as our root combo. The website says; "This goes well with roast joints and stews in winter, or can be a meal on its own with a couple of rashers of bacon and a fried egg on top" The original may be found here

    Recipe #401726

    Rabbit can be dry some times so here it is cooked with belly pork and cyder to create a warming substantial casserole. Reheates well. Serve with mashed potatoes and a green vegetable.

    Recipe #401719

    A winter warmer that is economical and reheats well. There are many recipies for beef and beer casserole, this is mine.

    Recipe #401717

    Pork, apples and ginger make this meatloaf a little bit of Somerset.

    Recipe #390575

    Waitrose recipie from Posted here so I do not loose it. Not made it yet but hope to soon. The vegetables are not brined prior to making the piccalilli. Waitrose says "Traditionally, all the vegetables in a piccalilli are salted, but I find the flavours are punchy enough, so I skip this stage. Substitute courgette for the cucumber and runner beans for French beans if you wish. It’s delicious with ham, cold chicken, Cheddar or the game terrine."

    Recipe #389978

    This tray bake is based on the tray bake recipie, P. 87, in Louise Walkers book "The Traditional AGA Book of Breads & Cakes"

    Recipe #388288

    Earthy chick peas, smokey paprika....mmmmmm. Can be made ahead and frozen. Good for take to work lunch. I soak and cook my own chick peas for economy. Timings do not include soaking and cooking the chick peas.

    Recipe #358575

    We swap eggs from our hens for fresh water trout from our neighbours next door.

    Recipe #354724

    Simple and yummy, serve with buttered bread.

    Recipe #333131

    Comfort food for cold winter days. Serve with buttered crusty bread.

    Recipe #284419

    Based on a recipe from Fanny Farmers American Cook Book, but with a twist. We have this with mashed potatoes and green beans or a green salad and a potato salad. I vary the meats by using minced lamb or a mixture of 1lb minced beef and 1lb minced lamb.

    Recipe #275343

    Good with chops, meatloaf or sausages

    Recipe #275298

    Adapted from Margarite Patten's Every Day Cook Book Apple Chutney Recipe. It's thick and sweet and very good with ham or cheese.Try it on cheese on toast or add it to the gravy for sausage and mash. I also add it to meatloaf in the mixing. For a darker richer taste substitute the 1/2 pint of red wine vinegar for 1/4 pint each of red wine vinegar and balsamic vinegar.

    Recipe #275292

    These muffins go well with soup Please note that the self raising flour in the UK doesn't have salt already in it. If yours does please adjust the salt in this recipie accordingly. Thanks to Breezytoo for pointing this out as I was not aware that salt is in US self raising flour - hope that helps:-)

    Recipe #274949

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