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Offline orange1

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Easter recipe
« on: Thursday 01 April 2010, 1915 »
Does anyone cook anything special at Easter time? I would like to do something different but havent got a clue what to do? I love experimanting so any ideas? ;D

Offline Tecsyn

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Re: Easter recipe
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 01 April 2010, 1924 »
We usually have a roast dinner - lamb or turkey, nice but not original...

Offline Porty

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Re: Easter recipe
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 01 April 2010, 2104 »
If thrift is the flavour of the month, then rabbit will make a delicious casserole, a rich soup-stew and a stock.

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Re: Easter recipe
« Reply #3 on: Friday 02 April 2010, 1800 »
If thrift is the flavour of the month, then rabbit will make a delicious casserole, a rich soup-stew and a stock.

Where you gonna get rabbit here? Unless you shoot your own... Very tasty meat though, and lower fat than chicken!

Offline Gribbie

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Re: Easter recipe
« Reply #4 on: Friday 02 April 2010, 1817 »
Waitrose in Menai Bridge had some for sale today.
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Offline Shell

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Re: Easter recipe
« Reply #5 on: Friday 02 April 2010, 2336 »
I made hot cross buns once.  They were horrible.

Offline welshgalq8

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Re: Easter recipe
« Reply #6 on: Saturday 03 April 2010, 1054 »
We don't usually do anything special. Roast lamb is traditional (were having that today :)) but how about a nice steak and ale pudding? Boiled potatoes, peas and gravy too!

Offline orange1

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Re: Easter recipe
« Reply #7 on: Saturday 03 April 2010, 1122 »
slam in the lamb then it is :D

Offline Delilah

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Re: Easter recipe
« Reply #8 on: Saturday 03 April 2010, 2308 »
I will be cooking my lamb in the pressure cooker, with fresh rosemary, and it falls apart from cooking it in the pressure cooker!
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Offline orange1

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Re: Easter recipe
« Reply #9 on: Friday 16 April 2010, 2223 »
I have done a very easy one......

pieces of salmon-crush garlic and rosemary on top,and then drizzle with olive oil. Wrap in clingfilm and cook for half an hour. It smells good cooking and was lovely ;D I am dead proud now ;) :D