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By Adelaide Toluwani
I like this recipe because, it is simple to make, it tastes really delicious and it is a rich simple meal.It is my recipe. A combination of ideas from my private home cooking .
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!
By Gaynor Luvmyboyz Brown
My mum used to make this for me when I was a child to get me to eat my veg, she pretended it's what real shepards ate. I now make it for my son. He loves it as it's cake (hehe)
This dish was first made for me over an open fire when I spent a year doing 17th Century living history. Its not only traditional but a great winter warmer and easy to freeze.
This recipe is dedicted to my daughter's friend Annie B (Aka "BB") who kindly gave me the recipe after my daughter described it as the nicest cake she had ever eaten!
By Forty Something
Apples make a great base juice and they're rich in vitamins, minerals and fibre. The combination of this drink gives you lot's energy. You will feel as a volcano.
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 delicious snack or light supper. I actually like this best when the boys come round for a few beers or after a few down the boozer. Great for cold nights.
A piquant pud which separates out on cooking to a light sponge with a lemon sauce beneath. It can be made in a blender or in a bowl with a hand mixer.
Loaf cakes come in all sizes so why not try one using Muesli or cherries and walnuts or banana and pecan or even cranberries and mandarins