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"Made this last weekend and it was good. I didn't put the milk in and I *think* I forgot the carrot, but it was very nice, and authentic to what we had for lunch recently in a local cafe in Turkey."
Apr 30, 2004 on Food.com
"This is actually called skirlie, and is most often served in Scotland with chicken."
Feb 10, 2003 on Food.com
"This has WAY too many ingredients for a real haggis, especially all the spicy pepper stuff and so many herbs, and where on earth did you get the idea that any kind of poultry would ever make it into a Haggis? Haggis is made with some black pepper, with mutton/lamb and some herbs, but not that many, and certainly not with any kinds of pepper/chili..."
Dec 9, 2002 on Food.com
"I haven't tried this one but have another similar recipe (without the cucumber and what you do is marinate the mozzarella with the vinegrette and then stack them up, hold together with a toothpick and put on the BBQ until the cheese starts to melt. VERY good."
Oct 2, 2002 on Food.com
"I haven't tried this exact version, but I do a similar one, but add loads of grated nutmeg to it. It works well with the brown butter."
May 31, 2002 on Food.com