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Old 27th September 2011, 07:46
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Originally Posted by Polwarth View Post
Bread sauce is a white sauce (milk, simmered with a bayleaf and an onion, then add lots of breadcrumbs until they take up the sauce, beat until smooth).

I make 2 stuffings, sausagemeat with herbs and sage/onion.

Our big celebration is really on Hogmanay, when we bake, cook, clean and generally go mental to ensure everything is just right to welcome in the new year.

Last year, I thought I would stuff the turkey with some vegetarian haggis, very tasty, but also very rich.
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