This is out of my mum's recipe diary, it's a favorite for cooler months although she would make it year round. It's delicious and although some include sultanas - I've left these out because I don't like them. If you do add them - sprinkle them in-between the bread before you pour on the mixture.
Recipe by: PetiteMiam
This is an old family recipe that originates from Yorkshire England but this pudding is 'steamed' in the oven.
Recipe by: Tricia Scoffield
This is an incredible stew that is so filling! Fills 6 hungry tummy with ease. Use about 28cm deep oven safe pot/dish for this one.
Recipe by: lolli_d
Serve this delicious roast leg of pork with roast potatoes, apple sauce and green veg like beans or broccoli.
Recipe by: Teresa C. Rouzer
Serve this stuffed "tofu-turkey" to the vegetarians at Christmas or Easter or any special occasion. You may have trouble keeping the meat eaters away!
Recipe by: Becky
This is a deliciously light, creamy and sophisticated little dessert that was once known as Syllabub, it is like a rich, creamy, lemon alcoholic mousse.
Recipe by: Sarah-neko
We worked out the other day this recipe is probably from around 1890. They used breadcrumbs to pad it out back then and my mother-in-law still does that. It tastes fantastic. Best if you can make it two weeks ahead.
Recipe by: cassandra
The classic British dessert, made with white bread, eggs, milk, nutmeg and either sultanas or currant.
Recipe by: Swanseaboy17
This recipe keeps your turkey moist and full of flavour. You can also use this recipe for chicken.
Recipe by: Star Pooley