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Are Yorkshire puddings and Profiteroles too similar?

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Katymac Sun 05-Aug-07 16:36:56

In the same meal

I just had a panic

We are having roast Beef & yorkshires with roasted new potatoes/garlic/onion/pepper/sweet potato; sauted corugettes & mushrooms; Green beans

With profiteroles and hot choc sauce for afters with strawberries

Will that work


SixKindsOfCrisis Sun 05-Aug-07 16:51:46

Sounds completely yummy. My friend at school had a mum who was a dinner lady. Inspector told her off for 'too many orange things in one meal'.
Don't think many people worry too much about these sort of niceties unless they have to write up a report on the meal afterwards

alipiggie Sun 05-Aug-07 16:53:26

Sounds scrummy can I come. It's not batter and batter. Have a great meal.

MrsMar Sun 05-Aug-07 16:54:54

hmmmm sounds great... agree it's not batter and batter. One is batter one is choux pastry technically. I'm feeling very hungry just thinking about it!

EscapeFrom Sun 05-Aug-07 16:55:26

be fine

NOBody will notice

Katymac Sun 05-Aug-07 16:56:29

Thank Goodness

I am so used to cooking children's food I kinda forget how stuff goes together

(I am normally grateful it's been eaten)

Katymac Sun 05-Aug-07 19:49:57

It was fab (even if I do say so myself)

Dior Sun 05-Aug-07 20:06:04

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Katymac Sun 05-Aug-07 20:08:44

Me too (& I make them) I hate bought ones

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