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Yorkshire Puddings

The perfect addition to your Sunday roast beef! 

Ingredients
1 cup Plain flour
½ tsp Salt
2 Eggs
½ cup Milk
3 Tbsp Water
2 Tbsp Oil, or fat


Directions
To make the yorkshire pudding, in a bowl combine flour, salt and eggs. Gradually add milk and water, whisking until you have a smooth batter. Cover and set aside for at least 1 hour.
In the bottom of 10 muffin tins, place a little fat or oil and put in oven until very hot. Remove and quickly pour in batter. Return to oven for 20 minutes until puffed, crispy around the edges and golden. Serve hot with sliced beef and sauce.

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Vanilla Slice

So easy, only takes 15mins to make, 30mins in the fridge and good to go! 

Makes 8

1 pkt Lattice biscuits

600ml double cream

100g pkt vanilla pudding mix

Place a layer of crackers on the bottom of a paper lined rectangular baking dish.

Mix cream and pudding together until thick, pour onto biscuit base and top with another layer of biscuits.

Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes before slicing and serving.

Optional: When in season, add two fresh mangoes peeled and sliced to the mixture topped with the following icing.

Passionfruit Icing Makes 1/2 cup 1 cup (120g) icing sugar 1 tablespoon passionfruit pulp 1 teaspoon (15g) butter, softened In a bowl, mix the ingredients together until an even spreadable consistency is reached.

Recipe from Mrs.Val Savage.

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Being Kind

A little kindness can go along way, this is a true story from a friend of mine:

"My first time driving after 10 days sick in bed and in standstill traffic during a major downpour, I sneezed and didn't realise my foot had came off the brake & the car was moving! It rolled in to the car in front and instead of words of annoyance or anger, the driver asked me gently what happened and tearfully I explained and apologised. He continued to speak to me gently and kindly wishing me good health and a safer trip home to get well."

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