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  • Warm Potato And Black Pudding With Rhubarb Relish from angelarmck in Scotland, Uk.
    A warm wnter salad served with a sweet-sour relish. If I remember rightly I got the original recipe from readers digest....
  • Lentil Spaghetti Bolognese from angelarmck in Scotland, Uk.
    It costs next to nothing and takes five minutes to prepare. I can't remember where the recipe came from but its a firm family favo...
  • Peppered Salmon With Whisky Cream Sauce from angelarmck in Scotland, Uk.
    this comes from Scottish chef Nick Nairns cookbook....
  • Lentil Supper from angelarmck in Scotland, Uk.
    This my toddlers favorite meal, for adults I would garlic and more dried mixed herbs whatever you have....
  • Baked Bean Curry from angelarmck in Scotland, Uk.
    This was sent to my by a friend and my kids love it....
  • Tatties, Mince And Dough Balls from angelarmck in Scotland, Uk.
    minces an' tatties is a very popular Scottish dish....
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  • Good4U 5 months ago about Baked Bean Curry
    Review in IMI
    Baked Bean Curry
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  • storen08 3 years ago about Halloween Drinks
    I would love to see pics of these! I am always looking for drink recipes!
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  • strix_varia 3 years ago about Roasted Chestnuts
    Had some troubles with my chestnuts. I may have cut the "X" in the shell too deeply. When I tried to peel the shell off the nuts came apart. I was using an Asian variety of chestnut. Any tips?
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  • strix_varia 3 years ago about Roasted Chestnuts
    I'm interested in trying this recipe particularly because it adds at the end roasting them in butter and sprinkling with cinnamon. My concern with the other recipes is that they sound simply bland. My chestnuts are roasting in the oven now. I may try a little nutmeg and may experiment with rolling them in some caramelized and melted sugar. I'll report back in a few.
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  • chuckieb 3 years ago about Baked Bean Curry
    Very cool. Looks nice and easy and tasty! Thanks!
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  • anj 3 years ago
    Thank you for your answer!
    Hugs,
    Anj
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  • anj 3 years ago
    lol.. You've got that language thing right! So, the peas are what we would call baby green peas and the bacon is just bacon. That helps a lot. Hugs, Anj
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  • anj 3 years ago
    Thank you for the response! Hugs, Anj
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  • anj 3 years ago
    Yes, this has helped. Thank you! Hugs, Anj
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  • nativeprincess 3 years ago
    Looking forward to more of your lentil recipes....I have an easy way to make lentils that's really good...when I get a chance I will post it :)
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  • anj 3 years ago
    Thank you kindly! I appreciate the answers you've given to both questions I had. I think the sugar here is just called "raw sugar"... at least I've bought something called "Sugar in the Raw" and it's large, dark granules. Whole grain flour is right up my alley since I have a flour mill. I really love it when I find recipes for whole grain flour and don't have to tweak a recipe for all-purpose flour. I think graham flour is a bit different in that it is not quite as fine. I will remember the treacle=molasses, I hope!
    When one thinks about it, it's amazing how we both speak "English" yet there are so many colloquialisms and different pronunciations that we don't understand each other at times! *grin* Hugs, Anj
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  • modelsmom 3 years ago
    I forgot to say thank you for the tip, about subbing molasses for treacle!
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  • 22566 3 years ago
    Is'nt that the truth...
    ~but~
    You gotta' lov em'
    They will grown up someday and have kids of their own.
    Thank-you for all your very nice Scottish recipes.
    I enjoy reading them a great deal.
    Kindest of Regards
    Joyce
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  • 22566 3 years ago
    I would like to take this time to state how well I like your posts and recipes.
    It is a pleasure to read them.
    Thank-you for stopping by the 'Little Grass Shacks' recipe.
    I truly hope that it turned out to your satisfaction.
    Wishing you and your family a great day.
    Kindest of Regards
    Joyce
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  • 22566 3 years ago
    A Clootie...the Devil you say?
    ~and~
    at bedtime...in just the 'Nick' of time ~ Laughing ~
    Grandma always said a Hot Toddy at bedtime fixed what was ailing one...but,since I come from sturdy stock and healthy as a horse,with ner a sniffle,I have a nip...just to be safe. ~ Smile ~
    You do put the twinkle in ones eye.
    Appreciate your recipes today.
    Wishing you the top of the day,my friend.
    Kindest of Regards
    Joyce
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