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Where is my favourite recipe for Branston style brown English sandwich pickle? I've been making it for a couple years now and have it on my lunch sandwich almost every day. Now that the website has been redone (which looks lovely), it seems to have disappeared and I'm in a bit of a panic as I'm down to my last jar in the cupboard. Can you re-post the recipe? It used to be at this link: http://www.deliaonline.com/community/yourrecipes/preserves/Branston_Pick...
It's me again! Two things both after the event as it was too late to ask you.
1. The recipe for the Austrian coffee and walnut cake states 7 fluid ounces, 200 mls fromage frais. Yet on the strawberry and vanilla pavlova it says 200g fromage frais. How come it is in two measures, I have only seen it in grams. I realise there isn't much difference in the two measures on small amounts like that, I was just wondering that's all.
The recipe for strawberry and vanilla pavlova calls for 200g fromage frais. I can only buy it in 500g tubs so that leaves me with 300g spare. I was thinking of doing the coffee and walnut cake and wonder if I could use the same filling as for the pavlova but using the whole 300g or wouldn't that work well?
Really enjoying the new look. I don't have an iPad, but it is really good on the phone. My friend up north told me about the website and have enjoyed looking around. I used to use Good Housekeeping but have gone off it. I've got all of Delia's books but this is my first venture around Delia's site.
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