Help, does anyone have a really good recipe for a nice crunchy crumble topping, tried loads but they all end up soft!
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I used to have a Good Housekeeping recipe book that had a recipe for 7 day muffins. I remember bran was one ingredient, they were easy to make and delicious. The book is lost so anybody with an old copy may have the recipe. Please help if you have. If not, I will have to try another one.
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Hello Silversurfers - does anyone have any experience with Diaspo (www.diaspo.co.uk)? It was advertised to me on Facebook as teaching people to cook, which I thought I could share some of my family recipes, my secret ingredient I put in my banana loaf! Would love to hear anyone's thoughts?
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I have to say I am a bit like you! I find it much quicker to google a recipe as my computer is always switched on, and my book shelf is so full I can’t easily access the recipes I want. Also most celebrity chefs have websites so I know I can find a recipe that I may have seen on TV. I do have one fave book though .. probably my oldest Delia Smith ‘bible’ that I always refer to for basic recipes like scones, pancakes and crumble! :-)
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I have been given a huge marrow and apart from stuffing it with mince, I have no idea what to do with it. I would love some tips on cooking and freezing this beautiful vegetable.
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Has anyone got a good recipe, not puff pastry - old fashioned one
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I have a family member on dialysis and would like some help. Does anyone have any inspiration?
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Can you put Banana in rumtoft?
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My butcher just received some beautiful rare-breed mutton. Can anyone suggest a nice recipe for mutton loin or leg (for 2 people)? Thank you!
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Which is your most used recipe book and who is the author? Why do you like it so much … which page is the most used/grubby? :-)
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