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"Fast, easy and delicious. I used half the recipe to fill very lightly greased eggcups, popped out on to cookie sheet - nice little domes - put a half glace-cherry on the top of each - and gave them an extra minute or so in the oven,. VERY popular with the kids (and others!)."
"Not having smoked trout on hand, and feeling too lazy to shop, I made this with smoked salmon and it was one of the best s.s. pates I've made. I DO like your recipes, Jan."
"Absolutely delicious and very moreish. Not really a recipe but a star-worthy brilliant idea. Not too wicked, either. I have to be dragged away from these..Thank you, Bergy."
"This is an excellent recipe and absolutely authentic just as I, my mother, grandmother and probably great-grandmother have been making it all these years. If lamb was used, often left-overs from the Sunday roast, it was called Shepherd's Pie (Sheepherd) and if beef then "Cottage Pie". It needs no extra bits added, and certainly NO baked beans - ..."
"I have become a fan of 'Impossible Pies' since trying my first one many years ago - an egg and coconut one, not always with A1 results. But this one is very good, the best I've made for a long time. Thank you, Inez, it was so easy and quick to make, and I had most of the stuff on hand, anyway."
"I've been doing grilled grapefruit with loads of sugar (no ruby-reds in those days) for donkeys years and never thought of adding figs and BRANDY! Silly me - what we missed.Here's to grilled "Gralefrit". (To be followed by ACON AND BEGGS, no doubt. Good recipe, Miller."
"No wonder you got first prize; this really is the business, Mallina. I think the secret is adding the stock little by little. Thank you,this will be a regular.."