i begged this recipe from the caterers of a company i used to work for many years ago. they were based in ealing, west london but i have long since forgotten their names. i have changed a lot of the recipe and it is now pretty darn near perfect. very rich! tastes amazing though. it is very good served with coffee or as a desert with creme fraiche, fresh raspberries and raspberry coulis etc.
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a fun twist on your average shishkebab. the recipe calls for the use of either lamb or beef. i think it may also be good on chicken. serve with rice. enjoy! note: the timing does not include marinating.
this is my mother's recipe that she got from her mother, who was born in montreal canada. we have had these pies every christmas since i was a little kid. it would not be christmas in our family without mom's tourtieres! thanks mom for the recipe and all
here's just a really simple recipe to keep on hand to use instead of having to grease and flour your baking pans! simply 2 ingredients! just keep in the fridge and make all of your baking needs easier! note: i'ts kinda hard to determine how many uses t
there are other chocolate cake recipes here using beets but this one uses cocoa and other ingredients i have at home. i don't want to lose it but i haven't tried it yet. it's from mrs. arthur eldridge from the junior league of san antonio.
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