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Cuisine L'Internationale

This group is where you can post your favourite recipe, a heritage recipe hand down from mother
to daughter/son, or a regional specialty and cooking How To's for the ingredients or a recipe.

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Latest Activity: Jan 25

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The Friendship Recipe
To make us happy and agreeable to other people.
Ingredients
1lb Good Temper
2lb Forbearance
1lb Patience
11/2lb Contentment
3lb Unselfishness
1lb Fun
2lb Cheerfulness
Method
Mix well with two quarts of Human Kindness.
Dose-One glassful the first thing in the morning, to be repeated as soon as the effect wears off.

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Salads

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Comment was by Davy on June 14, 2012 at 2:45pm

CWA = Country Woman's Association.

Comment was by Davy on June 14, 2012 at 2:44pm

Sounds intriguing, will have to try it.

Aussie food until after WWII was based on English fare but I haven't heard about that one. Not even in the NSW CWA's  1945 Coronation Cook book which I posses has it in there. 

The missus fries cabbage to to make Pirozhki. The cabbage is enclosed in a yeast pastry then she dry fries it. But it also can be deep fried. It is one of the native fast foods. It can also have minced meat, or shredded chicken in it as well. 

The only trouble with the Pirozhki that you buy at stalls is that there is more of the pastry than the filling. But they are filling though.

Comment was by Michel on June 14, 2012 at 2:02pm

A weird cabbage dish inherited from my Dad. It surprises everyone I serve it to. Roasted cabbage. (Chou fané)

  • Slice a cabbage in 1/4 inch wide strips
  • Spread on a cookie pan, add pieces of butter, salt & black pepper
  • Put in oven at 400F, cook until 20% of cabbage is roasted and crispy. Takes about 30 minutes with tossing a couple of time.
  • Let sit for a few minutes. Serve.

I'm not sure where it comes from. He might have discovered it while stationed in the UK. He would serve it with roastbeef and it sounds like something the British would make =)

Comment was by Davy on June 14, 2012 at 1:44pm

Bubble and squeak the way I do it is a quick and easy Sunday morning breakfast or brunch. I like it when we  have had a roast of hogget. Sliced twice the thickness you normally would slice the meat then cut into bite sized pieces.

Comment was by Adriana on June 14, 2012 at 7:24am

Actually, that dish doesn't sound so bad!

Comment was by Davy on June 14, 2012 at 4:46am

There are quite a few ways of making Bubble and Squeak. You can use the left overs from last nights supper or any leftovers you have in the fridge or you can start from scratch and cook the vegetables you want in your bubble & squeak.

Personally I prefer using the left overs from tea the night before especially when we have cabbage. Just a case of cutting everything into bite size pieces and chopping the cabbage in to short pieces. Then heating the frying pan and bunging everything in and cook till the spuds are starting to colour. But how long you cook it is up to you and your tastes.

Comment was by zrdm on June 14, 2012 at 12:14am

@Marriane, Ive heard of it, it's considered "poverty food" from the war years, a way to cook leftovers.

Comment was by Marianne on June 13, 2012 at 10:57pm

Does anyone know "Bubble and Squeak" ?  I ate this kind of dish when I was poor, living in England and an english girfriend of mine, single mother with three kids made it... It consists of mashed potatoes made up in a round hamburger shape covered with cooked cabbage all around it;  not that much cabbage; and cooked in oil...  I have fond memories of this strange dish...

 
 
 

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