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By John H Glen
Carlin peas are better known in the north of England as black peas, parched peas or pigeon peas and are by tradition eaten in the Blackburn, Preston and Bolton areas of Lancashire just about the time
From the ambassador of Olives from Spain José Pizarro.Spain is the largest producer of olives in the world and they can be bought in any local supermarket.www.olivesfromspain.co.uk
My friend Pat, who does WeightWatchers meetings, assigned me the task of finding this recipe online, testing it, ProPointing it, and uploading it. I didn't mind one bit ,) lol xXx
This is my favourite recipe for cooking with my 3 year old daughter as it's fast & simple requiring little clearing up at the end! A batch of 30 lasts less than a day in our house!
By John H Glen
Carlin peas are better known in the north of England, black peas are by tradition eaten in the Blackburn, Preston and Bolton areas of Lancashire just about the time of Bonfire/Hall
By Joe Bickerstaff
If you ever return home late from work, realise you've missed your supermarket delivery and can only find double cream and pasta shells, buy some bourbon and make this tasty snack
My version of my mum's version of one of my great grandma's favourite teatime treats. My great grandma was very fond of raspberry jam sandwiches and always made mountains of them.
It is so easy and because the bhajis are oven-baked they are much healthier than the deep fried variety. Everyone who tries them loves them and leaves with a copy of the recipe.
This recipe, I got from an American friend. This is a good gener'tal cookie recipe an if you don't roll them in sugar before cooking, you can ice them them when they are cold.
This delicious lunch time feast is perfect for anyone watching their weight as it weighs in at a mere 358 calories, yet is satisfying thanks to its fibre and protein content.