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    Default What's your signature dish?

    What the one thing you cook well and people ask for?

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    There's two, cheese and spinach cannelloni and my vego sausage rolls, both requested many a time by many a meat eater

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    My Quiches! People love them lol
    Also this chicken thing I cook, my mum always asks me to make that.

    Other than my quiches, I get asked to make alot, meatloaf, shepards pie, pumpkin bake and a few others lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeppaH View Post
    pumpkin bake and a few others lol
    like just baked pumpkin? Or a pumpkin dish?

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    Roast lamb or Sundried Tomato, Garlic and Chicken pasta bake...

    Im getting hungry now.

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    DH loves my self saucing chocolate pudding.
    My potato salad and roast beef have both received very good reviews from guests too.

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    I make the best slow cooked Boston Baked beans and am always asked to make it

    I also make an awesome roast beef, with all the trimmings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bada-bing bada-boom View Post
    like just baked pumpkin? Or a pumpkin dish?
    Its just called pumpkin bake lol its a dish.
    Cooked mixed vegies, cooked rice mixed together with mashed pumpkin on top topped with cheese. All baked together Very yummy.

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    chicken & mushrooms

    It consists of diced chicken, mushrooms, and vegetables stirfried in butter, then removed from the pan and the liquid is used to make a gravy with basil and onion. It is all served atop a bed of rice.

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    Quiche - always get asked to take these to family gatherings, and DH/DS love them too. I love them, but my hips/bum don't, so I try to avoid eating it too often.

    Christmas Pudding - I am now the official pudding maker each year wherever we are for Christmas day (oh, and this is the recipe I use: Rich Christmas Pudding )


 

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