Monday, 1 March 2010

Dydd Dewi Sant hapus!

Today the Welsh woman in me celebrates St David’s Day!
Unfortunately, it will have to be in spirit, as I have not had time to create a vegetarian welsh meal today, so in order to celebrate...
may I share with some Welshcakes and Glamorgan sausages that I made last year. If you would like to recreate these at home, the recipes can be found here.
And if that doesn't tempt you how about my take on some Welsh Glamorgan Pakoras; or maybe even Welsh pakoras made with Caerphilly cheese. I promise to be back in the week with some other Welsh recipes, including one with laverbread.

10 comments:

  1. Happy Saint David's Day to you! There is alway somthing yummy cooking up in your kitchen. I like stopping by!

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  2. Happy St.David's day!! pakoras looks tasty and intresting....

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  3. Happy St. David's! This looks wonderful. I also loved the tour in your previous post, though I think Blogger ate my comment. Wishing you a good week!

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  4. Happy St.David's day! pakoras look good n tempting...

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  5. I'm so excited about this beautiful collection of recipes! Thank you so much for teaching me about St. David's Day, too!

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  6. Ooh Welshcakes, what a fab idea. And I love the daffodils. I tried to make Glamorgan sausages once, but was never impressed enough to repeat the process It seemed quite a lot of work for something that wasn't nearly as good as I thought it would be. Although yours do look good.

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  7. Thank you so much Kathleen.


    Thanks Jagruti. I agree the pakoras were interesting.


    Thank you so much e.
    I'm sorry to have missed your comment on the previous entry. I didn't receive it at all, so it must have gone astry in cyberspace. Thank you all the same.


    Thank you so much Rachana.


    Oh Astra, Thank you so much for your lovely comment. The pleasure is all mine :D
    I do hope that you are feeling much better.


    Thank you Choclette. Welshcakes are lovely esp, when warm. I'm sorry you've not enjoyed Glamorgan sausages in the past, there are so many different recipes. I've tried so many, but this one I really like. So please, do give them another go.

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  8. The sausages look tasty. I never got round to planting my daffodil bulbs in autumn so I don't have any to look forward to now.

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  9. Welshcakes! What a blast from the past. I grew up in Swansea and my Dad made welshcakes all the time. Once, when I had left home to go to Uni, he even send me a box of them in the post. I'm now completely inspired to make them again!

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  10. Thank you so, so much Funkbunny.
    I am so happy that I brought back some good memories for you.
    I love Welshcakes warm. Have never had them posted to me, that is fatherly love - I'm sure they were home-made.

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