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How to make delicious cottage pie

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A cottage pie is easy to make. It makes a warming winter meal that can be served with most green vegetables and gravy. Again for this recipe you do not need scales.

How to make crab and sweetcorn soup

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This soup is very simple and delicious. It is a recipe for the Chinese soup you can buy at most restauraunts and take aways.

How To Make Quince (Japonica) Jelly

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Quinces on the japonica tree will be ready to be made into quince jelly in September or October.

How To Cook Beetroot

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Although technically a vegetable, beetroot are most frequently used in salads and require a special method of cooking unlike other root vegetables.

How To Make Grandmother’s Apple Chutney

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Nothing can beat the taste of home-made pickles and chutneys. Unfortunately with the increase of convenience foods, much of the old skills in the kitchen have fallen from favour.

How To Use Left Overs, or the ‘Art of Using up’.

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When food or money was scarce, especially during the war years, every scrap of food would have been saved.

How To Fry An Egg (Farmhouse Style)

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There is nothing to compare in taste or colour with a freshly laid, free-range fried egg for breakfast.

How To Use Green Tomatoes

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When growing our own tomatoes we are often left with a large amount of green or yellow ones that will not ripen due to poor weather conditions, or late cropping.

How to make healthy oven chips

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Store-bought oven chips may be convenient, but their flavour pales in comparison to their homemade counterpart.

How to make delicious Dutch Pancakes

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Dutch Pancakes are a delicious treat of a meal that all ages can enjoy.

How To Make Butterscotch Popcorn.

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This is a step by step guide on how to make butterscotch crunchy popcorn. It's so easy, quick and fun that children can make it under supervision.

Make Beef And Stilton Sausages

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If you are fed up with tasteless bought sausages, then try making your own is a great alternative. You'll also know what has gone in them and they will not be bulked out with other ingredients.

How to Make a 5 Minute (Healthy) Watercress Soup

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Sometimes it is great to come up with a recipe that is so quick and simple that anyone can make it even with a really small kitchen.

How to Check if Your Eggs are Fresh

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Keeping free range chickens is a great idea if you have a bit of garden to spare.

How to make the Perfect Creme Brulee

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This is an easy to use step-by-step guide to making crème brûlée.

How To Make Soft Cheese Easily at Home

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Cheese making may seem daunting to those who have not tried it before. There are many recipes to give all manner of different styles of cheese.

How To Make a Simple Tea Loaf

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This simple recipe can’t go wrong – even for the most culinary challenged amongst us! It has its roots in WWII rationing and everyone’s grandmother or mother has their own version.

How to make traditional pasta sauce the Italian way

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Here is a traditional tomato sauce recipie for pasta sauce. It can be made wityh or without mince. If it does contain mince meat it is actually known as Ragu. This sauce is very easy to make.

How To Make a WWII Rhubarb Bread Pudding

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The original recipe for this desert came from Food Facts for the Kitchen Front, a leaflet prepared by the Ministry of Food during WWII.

How To Make a WWII Woolton Pie

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Lord Woolton, Minister of Food from 1940-1943, was one of the more high-profile and well-loved members of the wartime cabinet.

How To Make Traditional Welsh Rarebit

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Perhaps one of the most famous of all Welsh dishes, caws pobi is one that has travelled the world over.

How To Prepare Traditional Welsh Cawl

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Cawl, pronounced ‘cowl’, is Welsh for broth or soup and the ingredients are governed by what is to hand or in season.

How To Prepare Hasselback Potatoes

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A Mrs Hasselback from Denmark invented these sliced potatoes, baked to crisp perfection in the oven and flavoured with different seasonings, as a speedy alternative to baked or roast potatoes.

How To Make a Traditional Irish Colcannon

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An ever-popular Irish dish of mashed potatoes with kale (or young cabbage) and onion, to make a winter warmer. Traditionally this was served in Ireland at Halloween.

How to make a delicious watercress soup

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If you were under the impression that watercress is boring, or that fast food invariably means chips, pizza or kebab, then think again.

How To Use Herbs and Spices in Cooking

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Herbs make all the difference to our cooking. A selection of fresh herbs, such as parsley, bay or rosemary, picked straight from the garden, adds vitamins to a meal as well as giving flavour.

How To make a Vegatarian Bean and Mushroom Burger

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Vegetarians and vegans can enjoy these healthy veggie burgers. With salad and pitta bread they make a substantial meal. Serves 4.

How To make American Burgers

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Britain, let's make the best of the sunshine and whip out the barbeque. Here is a wonderful, tasty recipe for home-made burgers, American style. Quick and easy to make, serves 4.

How To make Chocolate Orange Truffles

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Easy to make, with a lovely orange flavour, these truffles will please everybody, especially the children, they would also make an home-made alternative Easter treat. Makes 20 truffles.

How To make Hot Cross Buns

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Home-made baking tastes the best, I always say. It is worth putting in the work to reap the benefits. With Easter fast approaching, what better bun to make than these tasty, spicy, Hot Cross Buns.

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