Sunday, 21 April 2013

Recipes, Please

Inspired by the family heirloom Recipe Book that that lovely Canadian Abroad showed us a few weeks ago, I stole cheekily obtained this fantastic *kitchen* themed fabric from my darling quilty friend Ceri from Inspired By Felix.

April really has been the month of the Journal Cover round here!

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But now I need some scrumptious recipes to fill it up with...

Any suggestions???????

xxxx

15 comments:

  1. No, no, no, you 'acquired' the fabric ;o) I do all my recipe using on Pinterest these days, sorry! I do have several thousand of them pinned though ;o)

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  2. The fabric is wonderful, as is your book. You are going to have fun filling it with your favourites.

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  3. LOVE the fabric! Can't help with recipes sorry! I'm a rubbish cook! Jxo

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  4. My son's favourite is an easy quick one....

    Peanut butter cookies - we got it from an american so it's in cups (sorry)

    1 x cup peanut butter
    1/2 cup white sugar
    1 x egg


    mix together. (makes about 9 blobs - flatten down so they aren't too thick)
    bake at 180 for 6 to 8 minutes.
    eat

    it was the first thing he learnt to cook.

    If you want to be adventurous you could add a few chocolate chips or vanilla essence, but it really doesn't need it!

    and on a side note, i can highly recommend the recipes at skinnytaste.com

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  5. Savory, sweet or from cookbooks?

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  6. It is really lovely. I will look you out some recipes....mains or puddings? Di x

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  7. Recipes, I only know about 2, so I shall just admire your book and not spoil its innards!

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  8. Great book...and this has reminded me I promised to blog a recipe the other day and completely forgot - oops!

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  9. Hello! My recommendation is to check out the brilliant £10 a week recipes on a blog called A Girl Called Jack. I have tried a few, all quick, simple, cheap and delicious...

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  10. Wow, this is the coolest recipe book ever! Looks yummy, even without any recipes in it, but I hope you will soon fill it up!

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  11. For the best Lemon drizzle cake use Tana Ramseys featured in Good Food
    http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/4942/lemon-drizzle-cake

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  12. I'll have share my family quiche recipe with you...even if you don't like quiche it will convert you. And it contains mushrooms which is great x x

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  13. You'll find some wonderful recipes on Lillian's blog. Very yummy things!

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