Steak and Mushroom Pie is perfect for serving on a cold winters night. Serve with creamy mashed potatoes, glazed carrots and leafy green vegetables such as Savoy cabbage.
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Recipes from Edinburgh New Town Cookery School
The last Sunday before Advent is traditionally "Stir Up Sunday" when Christmas puddings are mixed and stirred whilst making a wish. This recipe is one that was my Grandmothers - with a few tweaks from me. The original recipe contained suet but that means that it can't be served to vegetarians so I have used butter instead.
Choux pastry is a lovely pastry to make whether you are using it to make sweet things such as profiteroles, eclairs, or savoury such as gougere. It can be deep fried to produce beautifully light beignet soufflees or very tasty cheese aigrettes. Care needs to be taken when measuring the ingredients.
This soup is easy to make and is good for cold winter evenings. Serve with a chunk of crusty bread or a savoury scone. If preferred you could use butternut squash instead of a pumpkin.
This rich and indulgent cake was devised by Courtney Thompson, who was a student on our Six Month Diploma in 2013. If cherries are not available you can use other soft fruit for example strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and kiwi fruits.