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Chloe and Nigel (Slater)'s Yorkshire Puddings

Saturday, December 2nd, 2006

Short and sweet, just how we like a recipe.

2 eggs, 125g plain flour, 150ml milk mixed with
150ml water, 1 level tbsp wholegrain mustard (optional, I haven't
actually tried this with notsotall, but I can't think why she wouldn't
like it), good grinding of black pepper, all mixed up together and left
to stand for 15 mins.

Nice drop of lard/dripping in the pudding tin(s), and 20-25mins at 220C. This makes them really quite crispy on the bottom.

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Brussels Sprouts

Sunday, October 15th, 2006

Not my first choice of vegetable I'd have to say, but we were out for lunch at a friend's house and in addition to cooking roast beef, Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes, asparagus and baby carrots, he knocked up a bowlful of brussels.
Babybear thought them rather marvellous, actually, and very much enjoyed biting chunks out of hers with her four new top teeth. Later, while her parents were discussing how tiresome it is to be driven onto the pavement and into a fence by some tit in a 4 x 4 (so often the topic of discussion, I find), she contented herself with peeling the leaves of the sprout back, fanning them out and blowing on them in the manner of Citizen Kane's Jedediah Leland at the opera.

Did not notice any increase in her already prodigious farting after the meal, so that's one worry crossed off the list for Christmas Day.

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