Hot buttered crab, stuffed cod with tomato sauce, green beans with mustard, and rhubarb barmbrack at Floors Castle, Kelso, Scotland.
Wild watercress mousse, sea trout in salt and beurre blanc, poul? au pot, and stuffed peaches for the lumberjacks in the Scottish Highlands.
Mustard petits poussins, chiles rellenos, lamb-stuffed phyllo pastry, and apple pandowdy at the Knowsley Safari Park in Merseyside.
Cr?me Pierre le Grand, fish stew, boeuf stroganoff, and chocolate pie for the Portuguese field hands at Le Pr? Manor in Jersey.
Pumpkin soup, jerk suckling pig, rice and peas, and a spice bun at the Good Hope Country House, Jamaica.
Soused herrings, Burnetts woodcock, hoppin' John, and Quercyan apple cake for the lock keepers at Grindley Brook Canal, Shropshire.
Roasted salmon with scallops in mustard butter, venison pasty, red peppers stuffed with aubergines, and chocolate egg snowballs for the air race at East Fortune Airfield, Scotland.
Salmon mousse with cucumber sauce, beef in pastry, Swiss chard with garlic and anchovies, and strawberry breasts for the barristers at Lincoln's Inn, London.
Asturian bean and sausage soup, rabbit Isabel, peas with lettuce, and cheese and honey pie for the oarsmen at Cambridge University.
Welsh rarebit souffl?, pork with clams, Pete's pommie pommes, and chocolate cr?me br?l?e at the Pony Club in the Cotswolds.
Tomato tartlets, lobster with mayonnaise, broad beans with dill, and raspberry and strawberry shortcake for the Benedictine nuns at Kylemore Abbey in Connemara, Ireland.
Egg mousse, roast goose with p?t? and prune stuffing, Swedish red cabbage, and Christmas pudding ice cream bombe for the Pilgrims' School Boys' Choir at Winchester Cathedral, Hampshire.
Turbot with watercress and pickled walnuts; coq au vin; beef with chestnuts, pears, and almonds; and stuffed quail at the Queen Elizabeth Barracks in Church Crookham.
Kedgeree, huevos rancheros, jugged kippers, corn griddle cakes, and deviled kidneys at the Black Sheep Brewery in Masham, North Yorkshire.
Creme Vichyssoise glace, Welsh lamb pie, tartine from Provence, and mitton of pork for the Colwyn Male Voice Choir in Llandudno, North Wales.
Gentlemen's savory shortcrust, Rigo Jancsi chocolate slices, fresh fruit tartlets, and Queen Alexandra's sandwiches at a cricket tea in Warborough, Oxfordshire.
A tasty blend of cookery and hilarity, Two Fat Ladies was a hit on British and American television in the 1990s. Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright traveled around Britain on a motorbike with sidecar, preparing sumptuous feasts for all kinds of folks from lumberjacks to nuns. Their recipes were never pretentious and always full of big, old-fashioned flavor. Seen on public television.
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