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Posted: 11-Jul-2004, 11:11 AM
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My grandmother MacEwen used to make a dish that had cabbage, green beans, potatoes and meat ( she used ham or lamb ) . She always said it was Scottish, I have lost this recipe... does it sound familiar to you?

If you have one like it could you share?


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Posted: 11-Jul-2004, 04:18 PM
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Sorry Shadows, but I've never heard of a dish with just those ingredients...

Was it a stew-like dish, or was the meat served on the side with the other ingredients in a mashed potato dish like the Irish Colcannon?
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It was kind of like a stew or corned beef and cabbage, but with the other stuff in it. It may have contained other stuff, but it has been so long since I had it I don't remember. Guess I need to keep searching. Thanks!
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I've just had a thought....

STOVIES!

BUT, it doesn't have green beans in it - but then again, family variations means no two versions of a recipe are alike - and green beans is more American than Scots, so maybe your Granny just used what was to hand when she arrived in the USA? The cabbage could have been added to the potatoes and cooked with the onion, potato, leek mixture?



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Posted: 12-Jul-2004, 10:28 AM
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Thanks Cat I will try that one. I have a stovies recipe that was hers and never thought that it might be it! Thanks again.
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