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Old 06-02-2006, 12:44 PM
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For Tiffin Anyone want to join me. I've just made some.
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Is that tiffin in a "Carry On" kind of way? Oo-err missus!
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Go on then, just a small one...
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any left, I've not had lunch yet
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Old 06-02-2006, 02:19 PM
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Old 06-02-2006, 02:20 PM
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you are most kind hearted, Thank you from the bottom of my empty stomach
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Hooray it will let me post again


Yep got plenty left as I made double quantities

Now planning on making some chealsea buns
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me ans chelse will have some buns if theres any going cheers
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You'll have to wait for a few hours till the dough has risen etc.


Sheltie does it all by hand and will not have electrical gimmickry in his kitchen
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i think you will find it's an indian word from the days of the raj meaning grub, lunch...........
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i think you will find it's an indian word from the days of the raj meaning grub, lunch...........
okey dokey......thanks for that
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Its usually crushed biscuits and raisins etc squashed together with some melted butter to form a base then melted chocolate poured over the top, wait till it sets and eat the LOT yummy


another nice recipe is marshmallow crispie cakes................. 20 cakes later and they are still moreish
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Chocolate Tiffin (also known as Chocolate Concrete).
(makes one cob)

4 oz butter or margarine
1 tablespoon sugar
2 tablespoons drinking chocolate
1 tablespoon golden syrup
2 tablespoons raisins
8oz Rich Tea or plain biscuits
5oz Bournville or good quality milk chocolate

Melt the butter and sugar with the syrup in a large pan. Add the
raisins and drinking chocolate and bring to the boil. Allow to
bubble gently for two to three minutes to thicken a little. Meanwhile,
crush the biscuits with a rolling pin. Alternatively, you can grind
them in a food processor to give crumbs, depending on whether you
prefer a smooth or chunky effect. Don't leave the biscuit pieces
too large, however, or the finished slab will tend to break up when
cut. Mix the crumbs well into the melted mixture, coating thoroughly,
press into a lined 7ins by 11ins shallow Swiss roll tin and level
out, pushing down the mixture well. Melt the chocolate carefully
and spread over the top. Leave to set in a cool place then cut into
15 or 24 pieces with a sharp knife. (Other curious names for this
recipe include rocky road squares, chocolate concrete or the rather
dubious sounding cement!)
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Its usually crushed biscuits and raisins etc squashed together with some melted butter to form a base then melted chocolate poured over the top, wait till it sets and eat the LOT yummy


another nice recipe is marshmallow crispie cakes................. 20 cakes later and they are still moreish
oh no it is'nt missy
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Its usually crushed biscuits and raisins etc squashed together with some melted butter to form a base then melted chocolate poured over the top, wait till it sets and eat the LOT yummy


another nice recipe is marshmallow crispie cakes................. 20 cakes later and they are still moreish
oh no it is'nt missy
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Old 06-02-2006, 06:19 PM
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Crappy Cadbury's fruit and biscuit type choccy bar last seen in army Rat packs.Dreadful bloody things.
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