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    6 Reviews |  By Nelly

    If you are a Nutella fan, you'll probably like this, or, (if extremely addicted, you may prefer jar and spoon mode as I do). This recipe is from the BBC'S 'Good Food'. Very easy to make and freezes well.

    Recipe #58421

    4 Reviews |  By Nelly

    No milk, no sugar, but delicious, healthy and filling. The fruit provides the sweetness. It's very quick and filling too.

    Recipe #55118

    1 Reviews |  By Nelly

    This makes a delicious supper with rice or new potatoes, green salad, whatever. If you're a Thai-food fan, this is for you. Prep time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #64255

    Perfect to go with summer fruits, especially stewed rhubarb. Lovely delicate flavour. Very old recipe.

    Recipe #64254

    Made without eggs, this is a 200year-old recipe for a delicious rich, moist fruit loaf. The area and the Cumbrian coast was at that time a haunt of smugglers who brought in spices and exotics as well as rum, brandy and tobacco, and cooks made the most of it.

    Recipe #64201

    1 Reviews |  By Nelly

    These are quick and easy to make and the children love them. The recipe is from a Junior School Parents Group Cookbook, UK., and has travelled all over the place. Alternative fillings can be used, i.e. ,cream with raspberries, cream with pineapple.

    Recipe #58177

    1 Reviews |  By Nelly

    This is great with hamburgers, sausages, cheese, fish and chips, whatever. It goes back at least 4 generations, and this version is from Holly Jones. (Prep. time is mainly overnight)20

    Recipe #58015

    You don't have to use Gin or any other alcohol. Freeze for an hour or so and you have a great hot-weather cooler too. A friend passed this on.

    Recipe #57133

    I found this in a college cookbook. It's a shortcut, (15 minutes), that works really well. Tastes good, too.

    Recipe #57132

    We had this with tiny new potatoes and peas for dinner on a weekend trip to Caen, and coaxed our hostess to give us her recipe. It was her stuffing and the wine that made the difference, and the atmosphere as well, I expect. Delicious.Prep. time and cooking time will depend on whether it was already boned or not and the weight of the joint. Worth it though, whatever.

    Recipe #56859

    Extremely light, crumbly and fool-proof.

    Recipe #56857

    1 Reviews |  By Nelly

    A colourful and tasty dish on the breakfast or brunch table. An Italian friend passed this on to me.

    Recipe #56811

    If eggs and fats are no-no's for you, then try this. I think you'll like it. I seem to have had this recipe forever, don't know where it came from.

    Recipe #56796

    2 Reviews |  By Nelly

    This knocks spots off the local take-away stuff. Only a few minutes to make and is miles cheaper. Very tasty, too.

    Recipe #56404

    This makes a delicious dinner, fast and economical too.A friend passed on the recipe to me and I have made it several times.

    Recipe #56403

    This is a very firm jelly with a concentrated fruit taste. It can be sliced or spread or cubed whatever. Children eat it like sweets (candies). Really very nice. It is a very old English recipe: to my family knowledge it goes back to about 1900.

    Recipe #54137

    This is a delicious dessert, very quick and easy to make. It comes from from Jennifer Paterson,(Two Fat Ladies), who, I believe, was given it by a rabbi. You could use brandy or rum if preferred - all three are good.It is equally delicious whichever you use.

    Recipe #49012

    2 Reviews |  By Nelly

    This was given to me in a recipe swap years ago. It proved to be a very tasty and nourishing meal for one - quick to make.

    Recipe #47458

    I can't remember who gave me this years ago, but I have made it many, many times in its different guises

    Recipe #46349

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