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Welcome to the Yourcounty seasonal recipe feature, its primary focus is to pool our Xmas dishes in one place. If you've tried any of these recipes or would like to suggest some of your own feel free to get in touch. All the successful recipes are stored in the Recipe Directory.
|Chestnut Stuffing||How to make the perfect Christmas stuffing|
|Christmas Cake||How to make Christmas cake|
|Christmas Pudding||Traditional Christmas pudding|
|Mince Pies||How to make mince pies|
|Mulled Wine||A warming Christmas treat|
|Perfect Roast Turkey||The essential Christmas turkey recipe|
|Red Cabbage With Caraway||How to prepare red cabbage|
|Hot Cross Bun||Traditional Easter treat|
|Kentish Halloween Hotpot||Delicious warming treat for October|
|Kentish Pumpkin Soup||How to make pumpkin soup|
We take care over our content and this page is checked regularly, but if you find an error or omission please let us know. If you have your own favorite dish not included in in our collection why not tell our users about it?
Fantastic Local Recipes
At Yourcounty we maintain a directory of around 100 of the county's favorite recipes? Our archive of locally focussed features comes largely from family cookbooks, submitted by people who don't normally make a living from food. We welcome traditional as well as innovative suggestions and do try to give this section an eclectic feel. There simply isn't another recipe resource like it.
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This recipe has been checked and it comes from our own recipe book, if you feel there is an error or omission let us know and we'll look into it.This is a page under constant development. We take care over our content but we're happy to correct any factual errors, please see our disclaimer.
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"Sic gig in Folkestone Buster but wanted to ask why are Scotch Eggs called Scotch Eggs, do you or any of your adoring fans know? My Brother is a chef and he says it is originially an English dish so why is it called Scotch?"