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    Just trust me on this one... Ever the imaginative chef I needed something to do with the dark chocolate truffles left in the Lindor variety box that I got for Christmas (the dark ones pale in comparison to the regular, hazelnut and white ones in my opinion). I'm not entirely sure what compelled me to put a couple of them on the venison steaks I was cooking for dinner that night, but boy am I glad I did! The chocolate mixes beautiful with the meat juices and, having seen how well it works, I am going to try it on beef fillet steaks next time because I imagine it would be rather wondrous that way too!

    Recipe #208338

    This was my friend Anna's "secret recipe" for years before she finally revealed all! She used to make it every birthday/Christmas/holiday for all our friends. It's so easy to make a really yummy. Great for pot luck dinners or parties. This is the basic recipe but you add all sorts of things to it - dried fruit, nuts, marshmallows, or cherries work well too.

    Recipe #208337

    In a bid to add to my seemingly-naughty-but-actually-very-healthy recipe collection, I invented these ridiculously healthy banana oatmeal cookies! They have no added sugar, no butter/marg and no flour in them and (considering this) taste rather magnificent if I do say so myself! I'll say it now - if you're NOT on a diet then you probably won't think so much of these. They are pretty yummy, but there are probably plenty of nicer recipes (ie. with butter and sugar) if you're not weight watching. I find these to be a really nice, healthy, filling treat though, and I hope you enjoy them too!

    Recipe #206246

    I love courgettes and we grow them up our allotment every year, but boy do we have a million of them when they're in season! Although I throw them into most things I do love them on their own so I have various ways to change them up a bit, this being the simplest...

    Recipe #205902

    I battled to make cornbread for ages but found it impossible to find cornmeal in the UK, so I now make this version with Polenta. I'll be honest - I have absolutely no idea what the difference is between cornmeal and polenta (perhaps there is none?), but I reckon this is a really nice recipe all the same. I have no frame of reference, so I can't compare the flavours/textures of this with "proper" cornbread, but hopefully it won't disappoint! This recipe is with chilli & cheese but it's a pretty versatile dish and I've flung all sorts of ingredients into the past (savory or sweet) and it always tastes pretty good to me. My other half particularly enjoys it sweet with oodles of golden syrup!

    Recipe #205561

    I love iced tea but am far too lazy to chop up lemons, oranges and other fruit, so I came up with this lazy persons version! I think this is really refreshing. I use slimline bitter lemon and don't add anything to sweeten it (I don't think it needs it, but that's just my opinion) so it's really low-cal. You can play around with it as much as you like though. I don't like the tea taste to be overpowering so I go easy on the tea bags, but you can adjust the measurements to your liking. NB. I've had a bit of a battle with the ingredients list on this one. In the UK we have a soda drink called bitter lemon, but that doesn't seem to exist on the 'Zaar database so I'm guessing there's no such thing in the US. I've had a look through some other recipes and although there is a bitter lemon recipe on here (26863), it sounds to me as though any home-made lemonade with a bit of tartness to it will work. Otherwise, maybe a regular lemonade with a drop of bitters would work? Sort of takes the easiness out of it though, sorry!

    Recipe #202502

    Since (wisely) investing in a slow cooker / crock pot earlier this year, this casserole has hardly been off the menu. I like to use top quality organic sausages (Duchy chipolatas are my fave) but my other half prefers good old Walls, so I throw in both types to suit both tastes. Serves up great with some mash and steamed greens.

    Recipe #202379

    After making a million muffin recipes that were all rejected by my BF, I compiled this calorie riddled, chocolate loaded recipe especially for him. It's revoltingly unhealthy but really incredibly yummy! I'm afraid I only have the recipe in grams. I've put the approx. cup and ounce amounts in brackets at the end, but you'll need to bear with me on the translation as they've not been tried and tested.

    Recipe #199029

    This isn't truly a trifle recipe, it's just what my sister and I used to call it when we were kids. I don't think there's really a name for it - it's just very simple, sweet and yummy. It looks nothing special, it sounds nothing special, but serve it up and it'll be gone in seconds!

    Recipe #199021

    These sound a bit odd but are SO yummy. My family have been serving these for years at BBQs and I can't believe this hasn't already been suggested as a recipe! Anyway, give it a try and, hopefully, you'll love it as much as we do! I've said it serves 4 (2 a piece), but in my family this would only serve 2!

    Recipe #198930

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