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Monday, 21 October 2013

Win A Rod and Bens Hamper


Its competition time again and this time we have a fantastic seasonal produce hamper from Rod and Ben's to give away.

Rod and Ben’s, an award-winning organic food producer in Devon, produces vegetable boxes, a range of sumptuous seasonal soups and wholesome new organic food pots, all of which will be included in the hamper along with other local Devon goodies. Rod Hall runs his farm with the knowledge that the best-tasting, most nutritious and honest food is picked and eaten in season without endangering the environment. 

The veggies from the farm either land in boxes or find themselves in Rod & Ben’s soup kitchen within a matter of hours, where they are blended together using simple recipes so the ingredient’s integrity – colour, flavour and texture – is preserved.

To be in with a chance simply tell us what your favourite home cooked meal is and why? Perhaps you have a particular memory attached, was it something a relative used to make or is it something that reminds you of your childhood?


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Terms and conditions: This competition closes at 23.59 on 29 October 2013. Any entries received after this time will not be counted. Entrants must be UK residents aged 18 years or older to enter. By entering this competition you agree and consent to your name being published and by taking part in the competition, entrants are deemed to have read, understood and accepted all of the Terms and Conditions and agreed to be bound by them. The winner will be selected at random from the valid entries and will be announced here on the blog. Please make sure we are able to contact you if you do win.Entries can be made as "anonymous" on the blog but if you don't leave a Twitter name or other way to contact you then those will not be counted.

272 comments:

  1. Home made beef burgers and chips, my dad used to make them on a Saturday night, then we used to settle down and watch Saturday night TV.

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  2. Stew and dumplings is my favourite home cooked meal. It's something I've always had since being little and is perfect comfort food for winter.

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  3. Home made seafood paella. I love making this for the family at the weekends and reminds us of our 2nd home in Spain.

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  4. My Favourite home cooked meal is cottage pie. Because it is easy to make, tasty & all the family loves it

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  5. Boiled ham with peas and potatoes. Not exactly gastronomy, but the smell of the ham on the stove-top reminds me of the pleasure of walking in the kitchen door after a long day at school.

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  6. Home made cottage pie with spicy chorizo topped mash and lots of home grown veggies like turnip, carrots and courgette. Yummy!

    Laura Harris

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  7. My favourite is good old scottish stovies as reminds me of my childhood

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  8. My mum's scotch broth; as a small child she'd let me 'do the parsley' - ie, pull the heads off so she could chop it. Such responsibility.

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  9. Home made cottage pie with lots of veggies. Loved it when my gran made it when I was little and still love it now. Delish :)
    Bekah Perks

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  10. roast chicken - just like my nan used to make when i was little :)

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  11. Mine is and always has been good old beef casserole although nowadays I tweek it a bit unlike my mom's recipe which was pretty basic. I remember coming from school on tuesday's and could smell it coming up the path so it brings back lots of memories for me. Homemade crusty bread with it too...Mmmmm

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  12. mine is cottage pie victoriahine@hotmail.co.uk

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  13. apple pie flavoured with cloves as we had a Bramleys apple tree in the garden and made dozens of pies every year.

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  14. Meatloaf as it reminds me of my mum as she used to make it fairly regularly. It was also about the only thing she could make, everything else was awful!

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  15. Veggie curry (done in the slow cooker) - so easy to prepare and means you can use up any oddments in the veg drawer of the fridge. Ideal also if you've got busy evenings when various family members are back late / off out for the evening.

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  16. Mine is something called a Jalouise that my mum used to make for dinner parties in the 1970s...I havent seen or heard of this dish since but it was essentially cream cheese, prawns and egg in puff pastry....it reminds me of my childhood and having to stay in my room with a tray of food while the grownups partied downstairs!

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  17. Roast beef and Yorkshire puddings - you can't come from Yorkshire and not love it!

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  18. Moussaka for two reasons, it reminds me of our first family vacation abroad and secondly it's a good way to use up the surplus of courgettes we get in the summer (I use courgettes in place of aubergines).

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  19. I love my homecooked veggie lasagne which is very healthy as I use low fat fromage frais instead of a stodgy bechamel or cheese sauce & quorn instead of mince

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  20. Glenn Marvell-James21 October 2013 at 14:24

    Vegetable Stew with Dumplings - perfect for these Autumn evenings.

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  21. homemade shepherds pie, my mum use to make :)

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  22. my nan's neck of lamb stew with dumpling. coming home from school in the cold and rain and putting your hand round the bowl to warm them up
    yum i can taste it now

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  23. I love a good hearty beef stew with herby dumplings - I remember my mother in my opinion over doing the veg and now I found myself piling those vegetables in :)

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  24. You cant beat a good old fashioned Roast Chicken with roast potatoes & parsnips Carrots & turnips, cauliflower cheese Stuffing and gravy

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  25. Chicken Chasseur for me
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  26. Cheese fondu as it reminds me of times long ago spent with my perfect girlfriend

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  27. my favourite dish is a mauritian speciality my nan makes called yellow rice, a ton of meat and veg, all cooked together with 101 spices and of course rice!

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  28. Liver and bacon in a rich onion and mushroom gravy with thick chips and peas mmmm

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  29. got to be a roast dinner - cause you can change the meats so it's never boring.

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  30. My Favourite home cooked meal is cottage pie. Because it is easy to make, tasty & all the family loves it

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  31. Toad in the Hole, as made by my mum.

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  32. Mine is lasagne and garlic bread. Its good old fashioned comfort food - perfect for these colder evenings

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  33. My favourite was my Mum's rice pudding,

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  34. We all Love a comfy Cauliflower Cheese always made with a cheese sauce my Dad taught me to make years ago

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  35. Meat & Potato Pie is my favourite. My grandma always made this when we visited and I have loved it ever since.

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  36. Blackberry and apple crumble using 'found' blackberries and home-grown apples (with cream). Ooh er!

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  37. My gran was Indian and she always had a wonderfull curry on, every time I smell curry, spices or rice cooking it reminds me of her :)

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  38. My favourite would be a hearty bowl of Minestrone soup with home made crusty bread, which my kids loved when they were young, a great warmer on a winters day.

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  39. roast beef slowly cooked in red wine, the juices and wine then get turned into a rich thick gravy which is poured over my home grown roasted potatoes, freshly picked and steamed carrots and other veg from the garden, and big home made crispy yorkshire puddings. This is a special meal i cook for family, it is a gathering meal, where we come together and enjoy each others company....i love the food and i love my family, how better could it be?!

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  40. I love my own homemade lasagne. I often make a huge one when we are having parties. Or a smaller one when friends come round on a Saturday night. I love the fact that I can prepare it all earlier, put it in the oven when the guests arrive then enjoy my own party. But, I don't have a set recipe. I often put left over veg in it. People don't believe me and think that I don't want them to gave the recipe.

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  41. traditional roast dinner reminds me of all the family sat down together :)

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  42. Homemade Meat and Potato Pie. My Mum used to make this on a Monday night during the Winter when I was a child. It was lovely and filling and kept us warm. Occasionally she still makes it and it takes me right back there.

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  43. shared on twitter & fb & follow on gfc
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  44. Love to cook a braised lamb shoulder, reminds me of my dad who loved to mop up the gravy

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  45. Pan fried Yorkshire pudding with gravy, mince, creamed potatoes and mashed turnip.
    Thick, crispy crust apple pie with cream.
    My father was a cook in the army and his passion was his allotment.
    He taught my mother to cook, so most of our meals were the type that an army marches on.
    All with home produce.

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  46. Macaroni cheese. It always takes me back to my granny's. She made the best macaroni cheese ever for me even if no one else was having it.

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  47. You can't beat a home made chilli. Warming and filling and easy to knock up!

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  48. love sheppards pie,, reminds me of the ones we had at school! loved school dinners lol

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  49. My grandmother used to make a rich beef and vegetable pie with suet pastry. It was out of thhis world - I have never had one as good since.

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  50. Beef stew. My nan used to make it for me and also my mum made it and now I use the same recipe for my two children.

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  51. cottage pie with ooooodles of gravy

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  52. Steak and kidney pie but it must have flaky pastry my mum always made a lovely pie with mashed potatoes and green veg

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  53. Not exactly healthy but we only had about £7.50pw between 3 of us for groceries. So my favourite was a big pot of long spaghetti and diced potatoes fried with cayenne and curry powder. It was addictive - I could barely stop eating it whenever mum made it!

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  54. shepherds pie my mum used to put baked beans in it for me

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  55. Cheese and Potato Pie topped with extra cheese and sliced tomato and served with either peas or baked beans yummy

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  56. I love home made lasagne!

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  57. My favourite meal is beef either stewed, braised or roasted as long as there are plenty of vegetables and lashings of rich gravy.

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  58. Beef stew and dumplings best homemade winter meal ever very warming

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  59. My Mum's mince stew with mash and cabbage......mmmm childhood favourite.

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  60. I love roast beef with roast potatoes, yorkshire pudding and lots of vegetables. I grew up on the farm and love dthe tasty homegrown produce.

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  61. My mum's delicious vegetable & barley broth. She made it when I was a kid & I couldn't get enough of it. I recall it had chunks of carrot, parsnip, celery, leek, potato, onion, herbs, split peas, lentils & pearl barley in. She made it all through the winter at least once a week (and more if I asked nicely!) When I came home from school on a bitterly cold day, I could smell it cooking from outside as I was undoing my laces on the step. It was heaven in a bowl!

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  62. Cauliflower Cheese. My mum's is the best!

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  63. I have become addicted to pad thai lately

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  64. Cauliflower cheese: easy to make and always a guarantee of a clean plate!

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  65. Pot roasted brisket with lots of vegetables added. My Mum would add celery, onions, root vegetables all grown on our allotment and just the smell of this dish brings back memories of Saturday teatime and Dr Who on the TV!

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  66. Chicken potato and carrot stew because it has been my favourite dish since I was young.

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  67. Beef stew and dumplings with carrots,suede,onions and turnip,my mum used to make this as an easy way of getting us to eat vegetables it was lovely and warming on a winters day and of course my mums was better than one made by anyone else.

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  68. Organic, free range nothing better

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  69. Noodle chicken soup because keeps me warm and cheers me up when I need it

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  70. Apple Pie and Custard, reminds me of my Mum

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  71. Home-made vegetarian lasagne, the first meal my boyfriend ever cooked for me, and 20 years later he still does.
    Sam Stevens
    sam@tickell.plus.com

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  72. Home made pizza - it tastes so much better.

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  73. Beef stew reminds me of my childhood in the 1950's, with lots of vegetables out of my grandad's garden.

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  74. Beef in Guinness reminds me of the first meal my husband ever cooked for me.

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  75. Bolognese sauce for pasta with an onion, carrot & celery base. Left over with chunky bread or on crackers with a tomato salad

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  76. Forgot to add @RitaKingdavies

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  77. My mum's beef stew and dumplings

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  78. Roast Turkey dinners from Christmas :-)

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  79. My fav is Spagetti Bolognaise - so versatile, I freeze down in batches then I make lasagne and chili from it as well

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  80. Home made cauliflower cheese although when I make mine now I use a combination of cauli and broccoli - delicious!

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  81. My favorite home cooked meal is Lasagne, this is the first meal I had when I returned from Afghanistan.

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  82. It has to be a roast dinner with all the trimmings - my mother did not cook much but this was one meal at which she really did excel

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  83. Cider chicken baby beets & baby onions...yum yum

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  84. Sue Jackson (suz@cooldark.com)22 October 2013 at 18:48

    Veggie chilli, just one of the first things I learnt to cook and so easy - real comfort food and I can make it nice and hot for adults and with plenty of sour cream and cheese for the kids. :)

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  85. A simple Sunday roast as it's about family, relaxation and delicious roasties!

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  86. freshly made thivk chips in a deep fat fryer reminds me of home

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  87. My grans pancakes- on Shrove Tuesday every year with lemon and sugar. Delicious.

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  88. Pad Thai. Since I first tried this over 20 years ago it has been my favourite dish. The flavours and textures are superb.

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  89. my moms stewed steak chilli is just the best but she only makes it once a year and thats at bonfire night so got some coming soon crusty bread mmmm

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  90. My favourite home cooked meal is my partner beef stew because it tastes amazing!

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  91. We always had a roast dinner every Sunday and all my family would make sure they turned up, my favorite is roast venison :)

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  92. I love anything that can be put into the slow cooker. means we don't waste food and have more time for spending together than slaving over complicated meals!

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  93. My mum's stuffed peppers remind me of her.

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  94. I love a pot of hot chicken stew! it's the perfect winter warmer or nurserie food!

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  95. Just loved stew and dumplings - still do mmmmm!

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  96. Vegetable soup with a crusty bread roll. Perfect for a frosty day.

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  97. Fish pie. Everyone in my family loves it and it reminds me of my childhood growing up by the sea.

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  98. I love a proper Sunday roast as it's lovely to catch up with family over a tasty dinner.

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  99. beef and ale stew with loads of veggies and wild mushrooms cooked nice and slowly and with little herby dumplings on the top, such lovely comfort food

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  100. Meat & Potato Pie is my favourite.

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  101. Home made cottage pie so warming homely and filling

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  102. My Nan's wonderful fish pie. It was the last meal we had together and will always remind me of that lovely lady.

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  103. Home made meat pie, with new potatoes fresh from the garden only a few hours old, reminds me of my childhood.

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  104. Bacon & chicken hotpot. Sliced potatoes, onions, carrots, water and chicken breasts and bacon. all cooked slowly in large pan. Fantastic warming dish on cold day and so easy. Served with red cabbage Mmmm. My parents cooked it for me, now I do it and my daughter cooks in her new home.

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  105. my homemade veg and lentil soup, the recipe for which, has been passed down through at least 4 generations with very subtle changes made

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  106. Joanna Coleshill24 October 2013 at 15:19

    Spaghetti bolognese. It was my favourite as a child and it always makes me think of my mum.

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  107. sunday roast,reminds me of being a kid,best meal of the week,everyone getting together and sitting down,rarity in this day and age

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  108. mine is something we call 'Chicken Al la'. Its like a left over roast chicken risotto with bacon, walnuts and raisins.

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  109. roast beef, yorkies roast pots peas and carrots and gravy. my mum made the best yorkies ever.

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  110. Home made Steak and Kidney pie, my Mother used to make the best pies with short crust pastry.

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  111. Roast beef and all the trimmings, reminds me of the roasts my Grandpa used to cook us when I was a child, lovely Sundays!

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  112. My own Sweet Mama Squash and Sweet Potato Casserole - it just reminds me of allotments and autumn, both of which I love.

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  113. My mum used to make a lovely gammon broth - i try but i never make it taste as good!

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  114. Home made lasagne and chips because it's a meal that the whole family really enjoys so I never get any complaints for a change and its nice, filling, comforting food

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  115. The classical old corned beef hash! It is a meal I often forget but when I do make it it tastes delicous and is paxked with vegetables and goodness and really reminds me of my childhood :)

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  116. My favorite meal is my Mom's Loin of Pork with Red Wine and Buttered Noodles. I wish I could eat it today!

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  117. Seafood linguine as it reminds us of our holidays in Italy.

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  118. I love roast lamb and all the trimmings, reminds me of happy family times :)

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  119. Beef stew and dumplings, its so comforting.

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  120. Roast lamb served with new potatoes, peas, beans and carrots all freshly culled from the garden was my favourite childhood Sunday lunch and I still prefer lamb, especially Welsh lamb for a roast. If only I still had room to grow the vegetables to go with it.

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  121. My Grandmas roast carrots, yum :)

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  122. Broth and dumplings. Reminds me of years and years and years ago

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  123. I love making risottos - my favourite is wild mushroom

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  124. Spaghetti Bolognese - the first meal my hubby ever cooked me.

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  125. Roast chicken -always tastes great. Also leftovers for soup and curry.

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  126. Macaroni Cheese - was my favourite meal when I was young and always a great comfort food in the winter

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  127. Liver and bacon, easy to cook and great on a winter's day with broccoli. Mike Terry

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  128. Welsh lamb - it reminds me of home.

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  129. I love veggie shepherd's pie, my mum used to make it

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  130. Full on Sunday roast, reminds me of Christmas all through the year.

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  131. I love a Sunday Roast...the ultimate family meal

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  132. I like spaghetti bolognese with peppers and onions, the first thing I learned how to cook.

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  133. shepherd pie with home grown runner beans always remind me of happytimes at home when i was a child

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  134. Rice with Beef and Vegetable stew because it is simple to make, healthy, tasty and heart warming

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  135. Love beef stew - so warm on a chilly evening and uses up all the old veg from the freezer/fridge :)

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  136. Homemade mince and dumplings, lots of fresh green veg and a happy Mum when we'd all cleaned our plates. Aaahhh!

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  137. Slow cooked beef with a proper sunday dinner - with really nice meaty gravy.

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  138. chicken soup thick with vegetables

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  139. Has to be cornbeef stew, its just so homely and a great meal for the cold winter evenings that are on their way. Plus its very simple to make.

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  140. A sunday roast dinner, this reminds me of Sundays at my late Grandparents house, watching the Waltons while eating a fab home cooked meal :)

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  141. cottage pie ===it means we are all here at home!!

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  142. Nothing better than a slab of shepherds pie, with a crispy mash top. Served with some greens and a few pickled onions/cabbage

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  143. A bowl of homemade minestrone soup with some crusty bread

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  144. I love cottage pie my nan used to make it reminds me of very happy times

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  145. Beef casserole. It's just so easy to make and as I live alone, one casserole can last most of the week. (kept in the fridge and each portion after the first one zapped in the microwave). And it's delicious of course.

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  146. Home made lasagne, with lots of mushrooms and loads of veggies on the side!

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  147. My favourite is cottage pie as I love it's comforting warmth and flavours and how it fill me up :)

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  148. Meat and potato pie with lovely thick gravy

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  149. Egg and chips. Mum used to make them for us as a special treat

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  150. Sticky chicken and chips with salad.

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  151. Toad in the hole with onion gravy and veggies

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  152. Chicken casserole - my Nan used to make it for us when I was a kid. I'd sit with my Grandad and he'd brush my hair, then I'd go and set the table and we'd eat all together

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  153. mushroom risotto

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  154. mushroom risotto

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  155. A lovely stew especially at this time of year got to have dumplings too

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  156. I love my mum's shepherds pie. I always get her to make it when I visit, no other ones compare to it!

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  157. Home made Chicken stew and dumplings, its perfect for those cold nights full of nice fresh vegetables and nicely roasted chicken with dumplings even better the next day too

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  158. a lovely roast chicken dinner, with yorkshires, veg, roast and mash potatoes, gravy stuffing lovelyyyyy ooo making me hungry

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  159. My favourite home cooked meal was pizza. It may not sound complicated however two young children sure could make it complicated (i'll admit that)!! Very happy days though. We'll be starting that up again soon actually! With love, faye xx

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  160. Homemade Lasagne with my own garlic bread

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  161. Cottage pie as it reminds me of visits to grandma as she made a mouthwatering cottage pie

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  162. Cottage pie as it reminds me of visits to grandma she made a mouth watering cottage pie

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  163. My mums roast, your can't beat it

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  164. Beef and root vegetable stew, cooked in the slow cooker. The whole house smells delightful all day x

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  165. Chorizo & smoked haddock fishcakes is loved by all in our house. Tasty but easy to make.

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  166. Chorizo & smoked haddock fishcakes is loved by all in our house. Tasty but easy to make.

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  167. Home made cottage pie

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  168. Pork Schnitzel with Austrian potato salad and Austrian sweet pickle red cabbage. The reason is that is my husbands favourite meal from his childhood and before his mum died, she gave me the recipe and instructions on how to make it like she did. It's great to carry this on as I love it too. But the fact that the taste is exactly like his mum made it, makes it like part of her continues to this day.

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  169. I always loved Dad's version of his 'Irish' Shepherd's Pie with a colcannon potato, white cabbage and onion base instead of a traditional top ;) He used to make it every Friday evening and made me hungry for the weekend even more than most!

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  170. I absolutely love broth and dumplings! It's a meal that has always been a staple in my family as it contains lots of fresh veggies and the dumplings are really filling...Mom and Grandmom always made the best dumplings ever!

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  171. Curry!! I've loved really hot dishes since I was a tot and a good homemade curry never disappoints!

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  172. Traditional roast - takes me straight back to Sunday mornings as a child

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  173. Homemade lasagne or spag bol are my faves, second to a roast dinner!

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  174. spaghetti bolognese. my 2 boys are extremely picky eaters but this is something i can make and know that everyone will eat it

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  175. toad in the hole with thick gravy yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy

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  176. shepherds pie... proper homely food, love it. plenty of creamy mash and proper thick gravy.. with loads of veg :)

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  177. I liked and shared on facebook too as olivia kirby

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  178. I used to love my mum's chicken and mushroom pie with the left over roast and her homemade pastry, with loads of gravy.

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  179. I love roast beef and Yorkshire puddings- definitely a childhood memory!

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  180. Plum crumble with home made plums

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  181. Stew and dumplings. As soon as the weather starts to cool it's the first thing I start to fancy.

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  182. We love a casserole cooked in the slow cooker

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  183. Sunday roast. Children like it and it feels like a special meal.

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  184. Monday's cold Sunday roast with Bubble and Squeak made from the mash and veg left overs. Evokes memories of living with Grandma in the early fifties when no food was ever wasted. She taught me skills for life.

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  185. A nice vegtable curry, it also gives the family their 5 a day....

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  186. Ragu because it reminds me of my Moma and home.

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