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    A beef and veg stew with a bit of bite. I had the ingredients so i put them all in the slow cooker and hoped for the best. i think it worked and now hope you do. Enjoy !!!

    Recipe #413294

    think off pork pie, but using sausage meat and apple. great hot or cold. i made this at school 25 or so years ago and is a favourite of mine.

    Recipe #413157

    i had this on holiday in malame in crete last year and loved it, very moist and very tasty. hope you like it as much as i do . ( sweet tooth required ) the cake is just as good if you dont want to pour the syrup mix over it .

    Recipe #359584

    this is a very quick easy meal that even a novice can cook. to make it easier buy your trout at the fishmongers and get them to gut and clean the fish.

    Recipe #359569

    my nana used to make me this as a child, i have no idea where the recipe originated but its great comfort food with a nice cup of tea.

    Recipe #352252

    i found this recipe in a sunday magazine and just had to share it with others

    Recipe #352244

    a nice warming meal after a hard days work served with red cabbage and mashed potatoes

    Recipe #352062

    you can replace the 4 ripe tomatoes for a tin chopped if you want to save time

    Recipe #351876

    to make a change replace fuit with cheese of you choice

    Recipe #351875

    so easy to make and very tasty

    Recipe #351873

    the banana makes this cake so moist im sure you will love it

    Recipe #351872

    i was served this by my father in law martin some time ago but we cant remember where he got the ricipe.

    Recipe #351871

    I was served this by a friend years ago,unfortunatly i dont know where the recipe came from,and have lost contact with them so cant find out. i use skinless chicken but you could leave it on if you wish. also you can use mushroom soup instead of chicken . lovely served with new potatoes

    Recipe #348639

    my own recipe that i have always kept to myself ,but i think its now time for others to try and see what they think. can be served with pasta, rice or as i do, good old fashioned chips (fries).

    Recipe #347249

    a warming soup that was made for me 20 years ago by my late twin sister. my partner paul thinks its great, and is so easy to make.it can also be frozen if by any chance you have some left, ( i dowt it )

    Recipe #347243

    another recipe off my mother mandy, although it says turkey i have found that any poultry or meat can be used in this recipe and you can also replace the cream for creme fresh if you are watching the weight. i use chicken stock but veg stock just as tasty

    Recipe #347240

    Given to me by my mother mandy this is a favourite recipe in our family at get togethers or just as a special weekend pudding with ice cream or wild berries

    Recipe #347239

    I was given this recipe by a friend in 2001 and use it often as it is so quick and easy to prepare and cook, and most people have the ingredients in the cupboards so no need to nip out to the shops if stuck for a starter or just wanting a nice hardy lunch.

    Recipe #346974


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