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eRRolSheep Report 10 Oct 2012 22:00

You can use it to make a fine mushroom ketchup sauce which consists of um mushroom ketchup.
Joking aside, use it with mixed herbs and proper mayo to make a dressing for beef


Sharron Report 10 Oct 2012 22:04

I use it a bit like Worcester sauce. Shake a bit in whatever I am concocting at the time.

Gwyn in Kent

Gwyn in Kent Report 10 Oct 2012 22:18

Any good recipes for mushy peas?.... a base for soups or casseroles, I guess.

4p a tin in Aldi today, when I popped in for greens for daughter's rabbit.



Sharron Report 10 Oct 2012 22:32

Mashed potato,mix in a green Oxo, grated cheese (rinds,bits,what is hanging about), maybe a bit of mustard, chopped onion if there is one hanging about,tin of mushies or processed. Bit more grated cheese on top. In the oven for a bit.

It will go to make a tu................


Huia Report 10 Oct 2012 22:34

Sharron, what is a tu..............?


Sharron Report 10 Oct 2012 22:44

Don't ask but it is something Jim Royle said.


Island Report 10 Oct 2012 22:45

Mushy peas Gwyn? A delicacy to be savoured in their own right:-D. So many places get mushy peas so wrong, sacrilege.I say :-0
Sadly, there is not an Aldi close enough for me,

JD Jill, I wondered why someone would have a dried up bit of bacon lurking in the fridge :-0 and in my minds eye it had some fluff on it too :-D Dirty cat LOL know I'm a domestic goddess :-D :-D I might crochet a rasher for Merlin instead :-D