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Old 09-17-2006, 12:31 PM   #1
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OK if every ones posts their favorit receipe - in say two weeks by the ist Oct we must have some one that could produce a pdf book that we could all download
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Old 09-17-2006, 01:07 PM   #2
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OK if every ones posts their favorit receipe - in say two weeks by the ist Oct we must have some one that could produce a pdf book that we could all download
And we could have fun designing it, too! <g>

Can you refine the requirements somewhat? Desserts, say. Or appetizers. Or one-dish meals. Or something. Otherwise it is too hard.

   
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Nice idea: you can choose any you like from my web site, depending on what type of meal ends up under-represented. But kedgeree and roast veggie pasta are, I think, my 2 all-time favourites.
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one dish meal I think dont u
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A one-dish meal, I think, don't you?
Well, there's bangers & mash (baked beans optional).

   
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...Well, there's bangers & mash (baked beans optional).
You might translate from the British for the Americans. I am such an Anglophile, I know what it is, but some of us won't.

I was surprised, though, when baked beans came with my English breakfast. Good, but unexpected the first time.
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... Otherwise it is too hard.
Perhaps too many recipies might come in, too.

My Swiss Cheese Meatloaf is a variation on an old cookbook recipie, and I will submit it later. What about a hot milk sponge cake? That's my other favorite.
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Well, there's bangers & mash (baked beans optional).
But does that call for a recipe? I figured you just buy the bangers . . .

You guys probably all know how to make it, but maybe the rest of us could use a recipe for bubble & squeak. The Two Fat Ladies made it once on an early TV show, and it actually looked pretty good. (I suspect I prefer colcannon, but you never know.)

   
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My Swiss Cheese Meatloaf is a variation on an old cookbook recipie, and I will submit it later. What about a hot milk sponge cake? That's my other favorite.
Both sound good to me.

Maybe we should all try to produce recipes for foods from our locales. That way there would be a sort of theme: one-dish meals from around the world, something like that.

   
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I used to have a recipe for "squubble and beak", an vegetarian version invented by a friend of mine. It was from waaaay back in the earlier Compuserve forum days so I'm not sure if I've still got it or not.

   
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