Liver and Bacon

Liver and Bacon

It may differ from how Liver and Bacon would have been served in my childhood but only by a little. Times change and new flavours are introduced. The differences are small which means that it still reflects a great British dish. Preparation time is short. Then it just needs to…

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Bacon and Vegetable Soup

Bacon and Vegetable Soup in the Bowl

Designed for dinner, this Bacon and Vegetable Soup makes for a very filling meal. Yet it is quickly prepared and ready for the table when using the pressure cooker. Some say they are old-fashioned but, as Bachman-Turner Overdrive said, You ain’t seen nothing yet. Very apt statement for someone who…

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English Breakfast Sandwich

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In the fast-paced world that we live in today, it can be difficult to find time to cook and eat a hearty breakfast. Roll out this English Breakfast Sandwich which combines the old with the new. In the process, it gives a whole new meaning to fast food. Simply prepare…

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Pea and Ham Soup

Pea and Ham Soup

A hot and warming dish on a cold winter day, this Pea and Ham soup is ideally suited to the slow cooker. There is hardly any preparation required and then it just cooks until ready to be eaten. Yellow split peas and bacon form the base of the soup. A…

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BLT (Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato)

BLT stands for bacon, lettuce and tomato and it makes for a great lunch. Serve with chips and it makes a good dinner too. Best made with ‘doorstops’ which are thick pieces of bread taken from an unsliced loaf. Still good with standard sliced bread though. Choose between streaky or…

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Bacon, Egg and Potato Waffle

Bacon, Egg and Potato Waffle can be viewed as an all-day meal because it suits breakfast, lunch or dinner. This is a slightly unusual way to serve it because it should really have seen the egg fried rather than hard-boiled. Still, it worked and tasted good.

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