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    opps its sunday...thanks Autisticwonder for reminding me

    Going on Steve's (SRussell) post Holiday cooking I thought it would be fun to challenge you all to scrap a page showing your favourite winter season/holiday tradition recipes....this could be something you and your family always eat be it savoury or sweet...starters, proper meals, desserts or even candy treats


    so heres the challenge should you accept it.......

    1. page/s is/are to be 4 x 6 (brag book size)

    2. Recipe with cooking instructions to be on the page (photo of dish is optional but would be nice)

    3. You can enter as many pages as you like

    4. page images and/or gallery links to be posted in this thread

    5. closing time is late Sunday 16th December



    Have fun...i look forward to testing your recipes out

    happy scrapping!



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    Oh goodie, more recipe's to add to last years recipe's. Don't know about a photo though, Won't be able to get that until Christmas! Don't know if any old pictures have a good enough shot of the food, but I can do a recipe!
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    YUMMY idea!! GOT it!!

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    here's a very English traditional recipe that we eat over the holiday period every year, there are now hundreds of ready made versions of mince pies now on sale in every supermarket, and most people cheat now by buying pre-made mincemeat in jars and frozen pastry but being as i love to cook (and cos my mum makes the mincemeat up ready for me each year lol) i make my own

    they are scrummy served warm with clotted cream (extra thick double cream works well too)
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    Heres two more

    christmas pudding and the kids favourite sugar mice

    plus i've added my card template if anyone wants to use it
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    Ha Ha Ha! I was just going to ask you for that! Thanks for sharing.
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    Hmmmm....this "around the world" recipe thing might be kinda hard. Suet is something I put out for the birds and what in the world is Sultanas? I'm afraid to look at the sugar "mice". Not sure I want to know what the "mice" are. LOL!
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    ooh thank you. I am not one for mince meat though. My aunt use to make it from scratch too. My dad loved it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by O2BNGdHope View Post
    Hmmmm....this "around the world" recipe thing might be kinda hard. Suet is something I put out for the birds and what in the world is Sultanas? I'm afraid to look at the sugar "mice". Not sure I want to know what the "mice" are. LOL!
    sultana raisins are golden raisins (dried grapes)

    suet is used in tons of english recipes lol

    and........sugar mice are just pure sugary indulgence



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    Whew! Thanks for the info on the mice. Maybe I'll go check it out. You know, those Love to Bake freebies would be good for this challenge, too.
    Melanie




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