Junket

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  • #93485
    tivolidreamer
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    I have not made junket in years.Does anyone still make it?

    Not sure if can get it?

    What about sago?

    #93486
    Dusty WADusty WA
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    Loved then both as a young’n Tiv but not had eitherĀ  in many years. Funny how things slowly disappear and suddenly someone recalls them and starts a memory

    #93488
    JenJen
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    My grandmother-in-law used to make lemon sago… to die for. I became addicted to it LOL. Can remember junket, have never made it, but was surprised to see junket tablets are still available at Woolies.

    https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/productdetails/327970/two-spoons-junket-tablets

    #93489
    Dusty WADusty WA
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    Oh yes Jen lemon sago was to die for filled many an empty tummy at our place when we were little tackers and Nan had nothing ,,she would go for a walk and collect any lemons ,oranges, grapes or anything hanging over a fence 9she always stuck to that ,anything inside the was taboo, and then home to cook up a big pot of lemon sago and share the rest of her spoils

    #93490
    penguinpetepenguinpete
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    One of the best meals I ever had was in a hotel up near the border of Switzerland and France, about 60 years ago……rabbit and polenta. Yum!

    #93491
    tivolidreamer
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    Pete I like polenta but most seem to turn their noses up.
    I think its because they dont add flavour.

    Love to know somebrecipes folks for polenta.

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