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In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2015, 08:02:11 GMT
You are welcome it is what I do - I get a problem in my teeth like a terrier with a rat and I am unwilling to let go - I saw the note of the size of the book - better get a couple Valium for your shelves - calm their nerves - shelves are there to suffer their tenants - the Inestimable Company of Books

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2015, 07:19:52 GMT
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Posted on 29 Jan 2015, 22:38:00 GMT
BEAR You can get it very cheaply at Auntie AZ

The Complete Encyclopedia of Home Freezing

This is from my Browser - copied - and that is CHEAP hope you get it

Posted on 29 Jan 2015, 17:46:30 GMT
Oh Maggie my dear little Magpie - that is as Bear says - creepy
It happens all the time to me - Today I went out with the re-cycling it has been throwing SLEET - and I got to the door to the yard - and my neighbour smiled when I said "oh please do not rain" - and then I turned the re-cyclings into their bins - I retur to the passage-way and said to my neighbour lady - that was good - but she said "They love you up there" and I turned to look and it was BELTING down - hail as well

In reply to an earlier post on 29 Jan 2015, 17:27:58 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 29 Jan 2015, 16:54:37 GMT
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Maggie says:
Just had a look online at used books on Amazon, came across the book you wanted, and someone who purchased a copy said they bought it just for one recipe..........the very same one you want !!!

Complete Encyclopaedia of Home Freezing, The

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There is just one review for this book, and the writer specifically mentions the "huntin', shootin' and fishing cake", And it being the sole reason he purchased the book

Posted on 29 Jan 2015, 16:30:11 GMT
I,ve just made a batsmans cake, it's wonderful,vi used Tesco soaked fruit that I got at Christmas and it is really boozy. Paul Hollywood has a recipe in his British Baking Book for a huntsmans cake from Leicestershire which sounds very good too, I,lol do a it of research for you. I think these rich fruit cakes are all of a kind to be honest and are named according to the occasion. Im happy to type them up for you Bearxxx

Posted on 29 Jan 2015, 15:38:18 GMT
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Posted on 29 Jan 2015, 15:33:51 GMT
Last edited by the author on 29 Jan 2015, 15:35:56 GMT
pixie says:
There is a recipe on bakingforengland web site...shooting cake?...It's baked for the glorious 12th...any good?

also exmorian.co.uk hunt cake recipe that sounds delish!

In reply to an earlier post on 29 Jan 2015, 15:19:39 GMT
If you choose to be a member and sign up for Free - you can choose five books !!!
And then you CAN fish out recipes - they have awkward rules - but it does look as if they are quite genuine in their way - signing up for the PAID option you can choose unlimited books and look through them for recipes - see if you cant - I am sure I read if correctly Any how - I took pleasure in looking for you happy to help (as an ASDA colleague says)

In reply to an earlier post on 29 Jan 2015, 15:15:58 GMT
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Posted on 29 Jan 2015, 15:04:31 GMT
I tried to locate it and even signed up to become a member - some are free and some are pay to use - however - after a search - I was told in order to use this recipe from one of Jeni Wrights MANY books I have to buy the book your comment " its not just some nasty trick to sell old books" is not quite correct
But it is just a trick - they let you get so darned FAR and then they go "NEENER"

Posted on 29 Jan 2015, 14:26:16 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 28 Jan 2015, 17:50:05 GMT
pixie says:
THE record that kept the classic "Vienna" off the number one slot.......eeeww!

In reply to an earlier post on 28 Jan 2015, 16:20:29 GMT
oh I loved that guy
"My mama tell me this - you gonna flunka school"

In reply to an earlier post on 28 Jan 2015, 11:10:00 GMT
Wassamadda you?
Why you look so sad?
Issa nice-a place...
and on and on...shuddapaya face!

In reply to an earlier post on 28 Jan 2015, 10:31:06 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 28 Jan 2015, 09:43:54 GMT
Here's - a you insalata Joe is what she used to say
Here's - a you Taglatelli Joe is all I here all DAY

OH give us a bash at the bangers and mash that me mother used to make
Do you remember Peter Sellers and Sophia Loren

Posted on 28 Jan 2015, 09:02:54 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 27 Jan 2015, 20:19:52 GMT
pixie says:
Love 'em patti...bacon and maple syrup. X

In reply to an earlier post on 27 Jan 2015, 19:52:23 GMT
Grate them - and then rinse with cold water - gets the excess starch out which will only make them soggy - you don't got to add the potato flour - but if you do it makes a firmer and less delicate Latke
When they are rinsed into the colander - you're going to want to squeeze the water out - before you add the eggs - (and the potato flour if you use it) - and use what so ever oil you prefer but it has to be smoking hot (think George Clooney) and watched so it don't scorch - they are lovely with Bacon but Don't tell Sadie

In reply to an earlier post on 27 Jan 2015, 18:46:26 GMT
pixie says:
Do you grate the potatoes and then process some Patti?...it makes for lovely crisp creamy latkes.x

In reply to an earlier post on 27 Jan 2015, 18:07:15 GMT
I make good chicken soup and yes Latkes are good

Posted on 27 Jan 2015, 17:38:38 GMT
pixie says:
This isn't a new book but I bought it today for £3!

Jewish Holiday Cooking: A Food Lover's Treasury of Classics and Improvisations I am not Jewish but feel strangely drawn to the cooking!...Potato kugel is my next recipe to try, I make latkes and have them most sunday for breakfast, the smell of them fresh out of the oven ( I make ahead and freeze them then just reheat in the aga ) is devine! It seems to me that kugel is just a big old baked latke...so what's not to like.
This book seems more middle eastern/American than some books I have, therefore I am even more interested in it!
Anyone else got into the jewish thang?x

In reply to an earlier post on 26 Jan 2015, 16:42:56 GMT
pixie says:
The apple chutney sounds nice...wait for the price to come down on that one Ori!x
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