Dragons and Fairy Dust

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About 'Dragons and Fairy Dust' Channel

Food and lifestyle with a dusting of magic

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Halloween Food Ideas

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Roast Pork with Skirlie and Apples in Maple Whisky Sauce

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Chicken and Shrimp Recipe

[...] . Mix the cornflour with water to form a paste and add to the pan to thicken the juice. By Alison Dragons and Fairy Dust http://www.dragonsandfairydust.co.uk/ I am linking up to ReadCookEat hosted by [...]

Slow cooked ham and split pea soup

[...] 7-8 hours on low or five hours on medium. Use a food processor to make the soup smoother. By Alison Dragons and Fairy Dust http://www.dragonsandfairydust.co.uk/ If you want to try a pea soup using [...]

Goats Cheese and Pancetta Bites

[...] case and top with a cherry tomato. Heat in the oven for ten minutes until warmed though. By Alison Dragons and Fairy Dust http://www.dragonsandfairydust.co.uk/ The post Goats Cheese and Pancetta Bites [...]

Brunch Scrambled Eggs

[...] mix on one muffin half and egg mix on the other. Season with black pepper and parsley By Alison Dragons and Fairy Dust http://www.dragonsandfairydust.co.uk/ I was sent a voucher to get some Happy [...]

Bacon and Egg Cups

[...] is simple, place the bacon on a baking sheet and put into a cold oven. Set the oven to 200C, gas mark 6 and leave it for fifteen to twenty minutes. When it looks crispy enough remove it. Baked bacon [...]

Regional Recipes: Lardy Cake

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Strawberry and banana bread

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Gu Hot Chocolate in Edible Cups

[...] . Wrap in cling film and leave in the fridge to cool for ten minutes Preheat the oven to 180C, Gas Mark 4 Roll the dough out and cut into circles with a cutter Place the circles into a muffin tin [...]

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Regional Recipes: Scotch Broth

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Home Made Fish Cakes

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Regional Recipes: Lardy Cake

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A look back at 2014

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Out and About: November Round Up

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Out and About: January Round Up

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Out and About Linky #outandabout

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Chicken and Shrimp Recipe

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Halloween Party Food

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Roast Pork with Skirlie and Apples in Maple Whisky Sauce

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Brunch Scrambled Eggs

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Chicken and Shrimp Recipe

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Halloween Party Food

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Halloween Food Ideas

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