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My favourite meal is pie and chips with of course mushy peas!!

Has to be a meat and potatoe pie with hendersons relish!!

What is yours?

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syrup    0
On 7/18/2017 at 22:40, Thorntons girl said:

My favourite meal is pie and chips with of course mushy peas!!

Has to be a meat and potatoe pie with hendersons relish!!

What is yours?

No kitchen is complete without those three items in it,

i always make sure there are Mushy Peas and Henderson's Relish  in the cupboard and Pies in the Freezer. 

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What do people think of bread and butter pudding?

Still havent got used to the flavour and texture of this?

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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, I havent had hash in years, with dumplings too?

My mouth is watering!!

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Edmund    8

Not sure what it's called - tin plate, pour milk in, break two eggs in, grate cheese on top, bit of salt, plenty of pepper.  Bake in oven till browned.  Eat with white sliced bread with butter and marmite on.

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Old rider    2
On ‎24‎/‎07‎/‎2017 at 20:52, Thorntons girl said:

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, I havent had hash in years, with dumplings too?

My mouth is watering!!

Cross Daggers pub in Coal Aston serve hash Friday night. It must be popular you should see the cars parked outside every Friday night. 

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SteveHB    5
On 25/07/2017 at 10:19, Edmund said:

Not sure what it's called - tin plate, pour milk in, break two eggs in, grate cheese on top, bit of salt, plenty of pepper.  Bake in oven till browned.  Eat with white sliced bread with butter and marmite on.

 

23 hours ago, Thorntons girl said:

Is that bubble and squeak?

No, the bubble and sqeak I know was/is fried up vegetables,  usually those what remained from the Sunday dinner, and was normally eaten on a Monday, served along with any cold meat that remained from the Sunday roast, my dad used to have piccalilli with it. 

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Lyn 1    0
On 7/25/2017 at 10:19, Edmund said:

Not sure what it's called - tin plate, pour milk in, break two eggs in, grate cheese on top, bit of salt, plenty of pepper.  Bake in oven till browned.  Eat with white sliced bread with butter and marmite on.

My dad did a poor man's version of that - no marmite

 And Steve -  I still sometimes do extra veg and potatoes for a bubble & squeak on Monday.

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The recipe sounds delicious, I will have to try it.

Piccalilli on bubble and squeak sounds delicious too

My Grandad used to make a mean meat and potato pie, he would have the meat and veg on the boil for a whole day, make his own pastry and then into the oven. It would taste delicious with Hendersons and always tasted even better the next day.

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31dec1966    0
On 7/23/2017 at 18:09, Thorntons girl said:

What do people think of bread and butter pudding?

Still havent got used to the flavour and texture of this?

Sublime with loads of custard !  In the 70's I worked at the AGD in Chesterfield and in the canteen I used to have TWO bread and butter puddings for my dinner. Beautiful.

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3 hours ago, 31dec1966 said:

Sublime with loads of custard !  In the 70's I worked at the AGD in Chesterfield and in the canteen I used to have TWO bread and butter puddings for my dinner. Beautiful.

Maybe I have tasted the wrong recipe, are there any old recipes out there

What Granny used to make?

I would love to hear of them and try making them?

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SteveHB    5
18 minutes ago, Thorntons girl said:

Maybe I have tasted the wrong recipe, are there any old recipes out there

What Granny used to make?

I would love to hear of them and try making them?

From "The Ladies' Column"
Sheffield & Rotherham Independent, April 1886

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On 8/2/2017 at 21:01, SteveHB said:

From "The Ladies' Column"
Sheffield & Rotherham Independent, April 1886

b-b pud.jpg

I love this recipe, I will have to try it, thanks Steve for posting.

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On 8/2/2017 at 21:13, SteveHB said:

Made with suet :mellow:

February 18, 1882.

b-b suet.jpg

This one doesnt sound as nice but is interesting, thanks again for posting.

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