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Popular (No New Posts) Tudor Roses
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Popular (No New Posts) SCOTTISH SKIRLIE BREAD
Another version of this ancient Scottish food. Quick bread made with onions fried in bacon drippings and oats.
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Popular (No New Posts) SCOTTISH SKIRLIE FRIED CAKES
This is a slightly different version of Skirlie. Serve as an accompaniment to stews or chowders.
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Popular (No New Posts) SCOTTISH SKIRLIE
In Scotland Skirlie is traditionally served with Scotch broth and other soups and stews.
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Popular (No New Posts) ENGLISH POTATO STREAMERS
0 598 Olga 2 years 2 months 8 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH GLAMORGAN SAUSAGES – SELSIG MORGANNWG
These were the poor man's meatless substitute for the real thing, and are today an interesting dish for vegetarians.
0 1035 Olga 2 years 4 months 23 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH GRILLED TROUT
If catching the wily trout is difficult, cooking it is simplicity itself.
0 1238 Olga 2 years 8 months 19 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) English Mushroom, Chard and Ricotta Cornish Pastie
Bite into an English standard.
0 747 Olga 2 years 8 months 19 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) Yorkshire Pudding
0 843 Olga 2 years 9 months 9 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) SCOTTISH JESSE’S DUNDEE SHORTBREAD
You won’t get this sort of shortbread from a factory. The fine semolina gives it a lovely crunch that other shortbreads don’t have and it has the most buttery flavour. Use an 8-inch fluted tart pan, with a removable base that is about 1 1/4 inches deep.
0 894 Olga 2 years 10 months 14 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) SCOTTISH HIGHLAND CHICKEN WITH WHISKY AND CREAM
The Scottish tradition of cooking chicken in an enclosed pot is known as stoved or stovies, a word that derives from the French etouffee that describes cooking in a covered or closed vessel
0 998 Olga 3 years 1 month 13 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH GLAMORGAN SAUSAGES WITH ONION CHUTNEY (Cheese Fritters)
Not sausages in the strict sense, these savoury, sausage shaped cheese fritters were traditionally based on a welsh sheep’s cheese call Glamorgan. No one seems to produce that lovely old cheese any longer, so these days pubs and home cooks use either the
0 838 Olga 3 years 1 month 17 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH ANGLESEY EGGS
The following dish is one that showcases eggs with the classic Welsh vegetable, leeks. This is a lovely addition to an Easter or early spring brunch.
0 919 Olga 3 years 1 month 19 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH STICKY ONION TART WITH TEIFI VALLEY CHEESE
This recipe is from the Association of Welsh Cheesemakers, this recipe, which could be thought of as an onion tarte tatin, features the Gouda-like Teifi cheese combined with slow cooked onions. If you can’t obtain Welsh cheese, use a good quality Gouda.
0 1164 Olga 3 years 5 months 22 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) SCOTTISH SODA BREAD
In Scotland this bread is usually cooled before it is served so that it will slice without crumbling. But it is so delicious hot from the oven that you may just give in to temptation and cut yourself a crusty, crumbly slice. S
0 1359 Olga 3 years 8 months 8 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) Scottish Haddock with White Sauce (Finnan Haddie with White Sauce)
This traditional Scottish dish often is served as breakfast, but with potatoes it makes a substantial main meal. The name comes from Findon—a village renowned for the industry of curing fish. “Haddie” is a slang term for haddock.
0 1113 Olga 3 years 8 months 20 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) Scottish Style Roast Chicken with Oat Stuffing Howtowdie
This roast chicken is a traditional Scottish preparation that usually is served with “skirlie,” a stuffing of oats and onion, seasoned with nutmeg, coriander and ground black pepper
0 959 Olga 3 years 8 months 20 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) Welsh Trout With Bacon Brythyll a Chig Moch
(bruh-th’ll ah chig mohnk) It is said the Welsh love this dish for the smoky, salty flavor sliced bacon adds to the freshwater sweetness of trout. Serve it with peas and carrots, or with buttered beans.
0 1001 Olga 3 years 8 months 21 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) The Only Soup Ever Eaten by Queen Victoria
Barley soup with homemade rich stock.
0 1101 Olga 3 years 9 months 7 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) Scottish Glasgow Oat Bars
Base and top made with oat crumbles and the filling pineapple.
0 1191 Olga 3 years 10 months 3 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) SCOTTISH BURNT CREAM
0 1095 Olga 3 years 10 months 11 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) ENGLISH STEAK AND KIDNEY PIE
0 2770 Olga 3 years 10 months 18 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) Scottish buttery Shortbread with Raspberries and Cream
This is a good basic shortbread. It is very buttery and just lovely with berries and cream.
0 1122 Olga 3 years 11 months 7 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) SCOTTISH BLACK BUN
This has a spicy fruit and nut filling, much like a fruitcake, and is baked in a casing-lined deep cake pan.
0 1059 Olga 3 years 11 months 18 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) SCOTTISH SHORTBREAD
This is one of the recipes from “below stairs” at Dundurn Castle in Hamilton, Ont. Stately home of Sir Allan MacNab, prime minister of the Province of Canada from 1854 to 1856 open year round to the public. At Christmas, specially arranged groups of sch
0 1271 Olga 3 years 11 months 18 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) SCOTTISH BOQUANRAN CHERRY CAKE
For a Scottish New Year’s celebration, serve this cake with Black Bun and Traditional Shortbread.
0 1098 Olga 3 years 11 months 18 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) SCOTTISH HOGMANAY RICH BISCUITS
When cool, you can spread these cookies with strawberry jam or lemon cheese for sandwich biscuits. On New Year’s Eve, they were arranged on a silver cake plate and served with ginger wine. This recipe is served and Gibson house in Toronto.
0 1143 Olga 3 years 11 months 18 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH BAKED SCONES
This is a good rich Welsh scone and not to be confused with mild biscuits.
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH COLD PORK PIE
In Wales a cold pork pie always seems to be sitting about and waiting for you. The local bakeries in Wales all sell them. This does not have a bottom crust. First you bake the ingredients drain the fat and then put on the crust and bake till done.
0 1218 Olga 4 years 1476 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH GRIDDLECAKE (Cacen Gri)
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH GRANDMOTHER’S PUDDING (Pwdin Mamgu)
This pudding comes from the Gower Peninsula, South Wales.
0 1154 Olga 4 years 1477 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH BIDDING PIE (PASTAI NEITHIOR)
When bidding weddings were held on the Gower peninsula, this pie was specially prepared for the wedding feast held at the bride’s home. The pie was served cold with beer. A bidder was appointed by the bride’s family to invite the guests and, during the f
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Popular (No New Posts) Welsh Cookies
These unique cookies are great when cooked on a griddle. Similar to a sweet scone with currants, they're perfect for an impromptu tea.
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH CURRANT RAISIN BREAD BARA BRITH (made with yeast)
Currants White raisins, dark raisins, candied fruit peel make up this bread
0 1089 Olga 4 years 1478 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH MEATBALLS (Ffagodau) (Faggots)
These are very popular meatballs in Wales. They are made from pork or beef liver, and pork butt, spices and onions.
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH WHOLE CHICKEN STEW (Ffowlin Cymreig)
In Wales an old stewing hen was probably used to make a Ffowlin Cymreig, but a roasting chicken is better. Serve with fried potato cakes, made either with shredded potatoes or leftover mashed potatoes, or the Irish Boxty on the Griddle.
0 1709 Olga 4 years 1478 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH ROLLED STUFFED BREAST OF VEAL
Breast of veal stuffed with sausage, ground veal, onions, fresh bread crums, sage.
0 1044 Olga 4 years 1478 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH CAKES (Currant round griddle butter scones)
In Welsh, the word for griddle in planc. In Welsh houses, food was traditionally cooked over an open fire, either in a large pot or on iron planc set over the coals. A cast iron or other heavy skillet on your stove top is a successful substitute for cooki
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH LEEK AND POTATO SOUP (Cawl Cennin)
0 1299 Olga 4 years 1482 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) WELSH CREPES (Ffrois)
This is a lovely little currant crepe that is served for dessert or at a fancy tea.
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