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moggylover wrote: »
The cook from your school needed sacking them because at both my primary and senior schools it was a truly beautiful egg and cheese flan and was so popular that there was never any left for seconds:(.
The only thing I hated was the salad that had grated carrot and peanuts on it! I didn't like nuts as a child at all, and still do not much care for grated carrot although I love cooked ones.
gizmo111 wrote: »
Can anyone remember pease pudding ? Does it still exist?
Pont wrote: »
Oh no in our school cheese pie was wonderful. Nothing like quiche, no pastry. Ours was fluffy mashed potato, buttery with melted cheese and onion mixed in. It was so molten it took the roof of your mouth off - but it was just beautiful. I attempt to make it for my tenagers now - they love it, but to me it never tastes as good as when I was 8 or 9 years of age.
Quillion wrote: »
Isa Lancashire Lass, Derbyshire
The great school cheese pie of the 1970s recipe.Yes - I think I've cracked it. I made this last night and the taste and texture match what I remember. Use a rectangular brownie tin to make it inLine the tin with pastry and up the sides. Mix 5 ozs grated mature cheddar (or cheese to your liking) with approx 10 ozs cottage cheese, 1 whole medium egg, 4 ozs milk. Bake blind the pastry alone for 10 mins at 210 oC. Pour in cheese mix and cook in oven at 170 oC (fan oven) may need 180 oC/190 oC for non-fan oven) for approx 30 mins or until top is set and golden. This pie has the lumpy (from the cottage cheese), tangy feel that I recall. It passed the family taste test. Enjoy.
Will have to just try both xx
Not pregnanat Toots just the Food Porn again lol apparantly its quite a common side effect.
queenpig wrote: »
In school dinners I don't know, but it still does exist...you can buy it in the chillers in Asda or at least I got mine from there today. Maybe its a regional thing though I'm from Tyne & Wear? xx
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