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This is a quiche type "pie" which Bet used to make for summer picnics (with a salad) or for unexpected guests.
I have left her original title as this is part of its charm.
This was a favourite whenever anyone was asked to "bring some cake" to a social gathering back in the 1950's, but it still tastes just as good today.
Lovely light bites to enjoy at any time.
Another recipe given to me by my German friend. It can be served as a desert (warm) or when cold and iced as a cake.It freezes very well.
No one is too old to enjoy these!
Just a bit different, and always yummy!
A lovely way to use up a glut of cooking apples. Delicious with cheeses, cold meats and pies. Also quite acceptable with a curry in the absence of mango chutney!
A trouble-free way of cooking a bacon joint, Serve it with creamed potatoes, broad beans and parsley sauce. Pease pudding also goes well with this.
Maybe not of today's taste, but it seemed to be popular in the 1900's and they must have thrived on it, or I (and you!) wouldn't be here!
I wondered when this would be served in the houshold of the fourties and fifties, but
recently I enjoyed something similar as a starter with dressed leaves ...it was wonderful!
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