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Posted: 27-Jan-2008, 10:24 AM
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OK! here is a new idea for this forum...

Choose a recipe from the many here, fix that food, take a photo of that food and post it here with a link to the recipe...

anyone game for this idea?

Scottish foods here only please.


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My 1st submission:

SERIOUSLY STRONG SCOTTISH CHEESE SCONES

Category: CHEESE , SCONES
Serves: 4


The following photo was taken by a friend:
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Recipe Link:

http://www.celticradio.net/php/forums/inde...=18&t=1392&st=0
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Posted: 03-Mar-2008, 07:23 PM
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Folks I cant' carry these cooking forums all by myself !
Is no one else interested in eating and cooking?
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Ok Shadows, how do you attach a picture to the darn post???I have a fantastic recipe for scottish shortbread. Or do I not need to attach a picture to the recipe?


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I use photobucket.com to store my pictures then place the proper mesage board HTML here with the recipe from that site.

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Ok, I screwed around trying to attach a picture to no avail, so, here's the recipe, their wicked good if you like shortbread that is,recipe is from a scottish family in Connecticut.

Traditional Irish shortbread
1 pound butter

1 cup sugar

1 cup rice flour -King Arthur brand only!!!!!!!! which is hard to find.

3 cups regular flour.

Blend butter and sugar together, then add flour, do this by hand in a bowl.


Form into traditional round cake about 1/2 inch-3/4 inches, or press into oiled floured mold.

Bake in a 325 degree oven for 25-35 minutes, or until it turns golden.

Cut while hot!!
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QUOTE (ctbard @ 07-Apr-2008, 12:32 PM)
Ok, I screwed around trying to attach a picture to no avail, so, here's the recipe, their wicked good if you like shortbread that is,recipe is from a scottish family in Connecticut.

Traditional Irish shortbread
1 pound butter

1 cup sugar

1 cup rice flour -King Arthur brand only!!!!!!!! which is hard to find.

3 cups regular flour.

Blend butter and sugar together, then add flour, do this by hand in a bowl.


Form into traditional round cake about 1/2 inch-3/4 inches, or press into oiled floured mold.

Bake in a 325 degree oven for 25-35 minutes, or until it turns golden.

Cut while hot!!

I think my blood sugar went up just reading the recipe! That means it sounds good.

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QUOTE (Shadows @ 03-Mar-2008, 01:23 PM)
Folks I cant' carry these cooking forums all by myself !
Is no one else interested in eating and cooking?

I will get the box of recipe's out that I got from my mother and try to post some of them. They say you should be careful when you see a restaurant that advertises "Mom's Home Cooking." Not everyone's "Mom" was a good cook. I think mine was though!

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