“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” Mae West (1893 – 1980), American actress, playwright.
This recipe from Aunt Daisy is basically cheese sauce on toast. There is a lot of cheese in relation to the rest of the sauce ingredients so it is a very cheesy mixture. The first recorded reference to the dish was “Welsh rabbit” in 1725, but the origin of the term is unknown. There is…..
Winter must be here. I’m getting ready to make another batch of Graham’s vegetable soup. This has been a family favourite for many years. The photo shows the range of vegetables that go into this tasty and filling winter meal – good for a dinner with crusty bread as well as for lunch. Heats up…..
This recipe was a frequent family weekend lunch, quick and easy to make and very filling for hungry teenagers. It used to be in an Edmonds Cookbook under the title “mock whitebait patties.” It might sound good, but to me these fritters don’t look like, and certainly don’t taste like, whitebait. These fritters are also…..