Archive | Corinne Griffith

Corinne Griffith’s Anchovy Eggs

On a Spinster’s Saturday there must be eggs.  And here’s what I had yesterday for my breakfast.  Oh yummy!  These are so easy, and the recipe can be adapted for one, by making these in ramekins (I just had one, but wish I’d made two). This is a bit like a photo in the section […]

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A Corinne Griffith Christmas

Mr Rathbone cooked a duck for our very own Christmas luncheon and I was chuffed when he said he wanted to use Corinne’s recipe.  It was again utterly delicious, and I’ve decided to leave the recipe up as recipe of the month for January so do try it if you like ducky wucky. I had […]

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Corinne Griffith’s Edna’s Christmas Pudding

Aw, the lovely folks over at EatDrinkFilms have made a beautiful job of illustrating my column this month which is all about Corinne’s Christmas Pudding recipe. I particularly like this picture they chose, and I’ll be putting this headdress on next year’s list for Santa Claus. Do, do, do go and have a look, and […]

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Corinne Griffith’s Edna’s Christmas Pudding

As Chief Executive of Silver Screen Suppers I have made an executive decision.  No newsletter this month and therefore no new recipe of the month.  So Basil’s curry is up for another month – yipee!  Life is just too crazy in December with birthdays, Christmas, end of year work targets etc. etc. etc. This means […]

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Corinne Griffiths’ Anchovy Eggs

Quote from Black Narcissus: Q: What do nuns eat? A: Sausages. Quote from Silver Screen Suppers Towers: Q: What do spinsters eat? A: Eggs It did make me laugh when a gentleman caller asked me recently what I was reading and picked up my bedside book, “Eggs I Have Known” by Corinne Griffith.  I think […]

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