I have made this recipe many times over the years and my DH loves it, I hope you will too.
This delicious banana bread uses a food processor, it can be done equally by hand if you don't own one. The quantity given makes 1 large loaf.
It comes from the British book of food processors properly explained by Dianne Page.
I love a roast dinner with all the trimmings and roast lamb is a particular favorite of mine. Serve this baby with roasted root veggies, yorkshire pud, roast potatoes, mint sauce and pan juice gravy....Heaven on a plate!
This is my sister Babs recipe for Coffee Walnut Cake that she sent to me. I'm sure this came out of a British cookery book at some point but as she has been making it for years she can't remember exactly where it came from.
One of my favorite things to do on a cold winters day is to make a big bowl of hot steamy soup. London particular (or pea soup) is a favorite of mine as my mum used to make this quite a bit when I was growing up and I in turn made it for my kids.
Unlike the traditional pea and ham soup my mum would replace the ham with grilled streaky bacon cooked to a crisp that gives it a better smokey flavor in my opinion.
Here is a recipe that my husband taught me to cook as his mum made this for him as a kid. It's on our menu at least once a month, it's simple, economical and tastes great with a tossed green salad and garlic bread.
My husband loves a beef stew especially with home-made herb dumplings so when I included pearl barley in it for the first time he thought I had put rice in the stew but after tasting it he thought it was a great addition and gave it a thumbs up, so now I make it for him on a regular basis in the winter months.
This spaghetti sauce is different because it does not use fresh or tinned tomatoes. I found this recipe on a website that were mostly Italian-Americans and let me tell you, they really know something about spaghetti sauce! Follow the steps precisely in the recipe below and your friends and family will be raving over this awesome tasting sauce.