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British Cooking Recipes: let's hear 'em...

Toad in the Hole, Yorkshire Pudding, Bubble and Squeak, Neeps and Tatties, Haggis, Gammon and Pineapple---I happen to love British Isles cooking, pub food, home cooking, you name it. The fact no small part of my ancestry [hence family recipes] is from the British Isles has to account for some of it---but I've been up in Scotland at a pub where the owner, with lovely bangers and mash to offer, apologized that they were behind the times and didn't have a McDonalds. Ouch! We assured them we vastly preferred what we had on our plates, and toasted them with a nice sip of Scotch.

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  1. As you may have gathered, British food, rightly or wrongly, has a bad reputation here in the States (rightly for my taste, though Yorkshire pudding with a roast can be delicious).

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      1. will put my thinking cap on and post some of my recipes, thinking things like shepherd's pie, fish pie, bread and butter pudding, victoria sandwich cake. My problem is that I don't use recipes so cook by feel and taste not to exact quantities. I am just on my way out for some ice cream but will post later or tomorrow.

          1. Sticky Toffee Pudding. this recipe is a bit different than the one I tried(mine used treacle), but it is good. Even my British colleagues said it was authentic!

            http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/rec...

            I have the Cooking of the British Isles cookbook, and I have yet to try the syllabub, but that is in the works.

            Peace, jill