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sam from worthing

delias cheese and parsnip roulade.


I make this quite a lot - well, maybe 4 times a year.

Its delicious, and i have lined it with wilted spinach and peeled and sliced red pepper - makes it look very italian. esp with little chunks of mozzarella dabbled through it too.

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Gravy Queen

Italian roulade !

Oh Sam that's brilliant that's exactly what I will try next time !

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chillie

Savoury roulade

I used to make a lovely cheese and asparagus roulade with a tomato sauce - it was Simon Rimmer recipe and appeared in either Good Food or Good Housekeeping about 10 years ago. Unfortunately I have lost the recipe and it was so good. I must give the parsnip roulade a go when they come back into season here. Thanks for the idea Gravy. Chillie

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maggie-

Welshcookie

I was in and around Malvern this week. Beautiful countryside and town. I thought of you Welshcookie. Lovely public loo's all over the place, must be all those hills! : )

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Welshcookie

Malvern

I haven't been there for tens of years, though I've seen the hills many times over the Severn valley. Maybe I'll make a sentimental journey to those long-remembered (and hated - sometimes) hills.
On Ascension Day we used to go to The Copper Kettle, eat our packed lunches and then walk back to school.
All those years ago and I still remember every Ascension Day!
Is the Copper Kettle still there, anybody?

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sam from worthing

bored with meat.


i have loved looking through this thread.

Any more meat free meal ideas?

especially ones to satisfy a husband who thinks he hasn't eaten unless he has had some form of meat on his plate. And not with quorn as a replacement either, as i do those anyway.

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Yummy

Copper Kettle



"Is the Copper Kettle still there, anybody? "

Think it may be called The Kettle Sings ? It was there on the west side of the Malverns when we used to go about 11 yrs ago....been a long time for us too WC.... but we are paying a sentimental visit in October and re-visiting all our old haunts.
here's a sneaky link :~
http://www.thekettlesings.co.uk/

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Welshcookie

Malvern

I'm sure you're right! I'm talking of 50 years ago. I can still picture it. Can you post a photo somewhere?

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Yummy

Malvern


" I'm sure you're right! I'm talking of 50 years ago. I can still picture it. Can you post a photo somewhere?"

The link above should show you some pics WC, and it's on Jubilee Drive, going towards British Camp....

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maggie-

Malvern

Wow, that must have been one long walk from Pembrokeshire, and those hills for little legs? Why did you go to Malvern? I seem to remember AD day was always a thursday until the 90's. Was it like a special day out? Intrigued.

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Welshcookie

Malvern

I was at school in Malvern and yes, Maggie, Ascension Day was a Thursday and it always will be!
We were given a packed meal in a paper bag and allowed to walk back to school over the hills in groups of at least four if I remember correctly.
Thank you Yummy, I Googled the cafe. It doesn't seem to have changed much in 50 years!

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Gravy Queen

Meat free ideas

I have since made a meat free lasagne , adapted from a Lorraine Pascale recipe , using sweet potato, spinach and ricotta and pine nuts . It was lovely !!

 
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