|Were the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Series of Two Fat Ladies ever released on video?|
I'm trying to find a copy of the entire Two Fat Ladies show (BBC, 1997-99 or thereabouts). Did they ever release the above series on tape or dvd? I know they did the first series. Any info on this would be greatly appreciated.
|They are on VHS only, not on DVD. Amazon has the whole set. Check this link.|
|Does anyone have the Two Fat Ladies Bread Sauce recipe?|
I was told that Jennifer Paterson's bread sauce is the best. I believe it is in the Cooking with the Two Fat Ladies cook book. I would like to serve it with my Thanksgiving turkey.
|4 oz (110 g) freshly made white breadcrumbs (a two-day-old white loaf with crusts removed will be hard enough to grate, but the best way to make the crumbs is in a liquidiser, if you have one)|
1 large onion
15-18 whole cloves or freshly grated nutmeg
1 bay leaf
8 black peppercorns
1 pint (570 ml) breakfast milk
2 oz (50 g) butter
2 tablespoons double cream
salt and freshly milled black pepper
Cut the onion in half and stick the cloves in it – how many you use is a personal matter; I happen to like a pronounced flavour of clove. If you don't like them at all, you can use some freshly grated nutmeg instead. Place the onion – studded with cloves – plus the bay leaf and the peppercorns, in a saucepan together with the milk. Add some salt then bring everything up to boiling point. Take off the heat, cover the pan and leave in a warm place for the milk to infuse for two hours or more. When you're ready to make the sauce, remove the onion, bay leaf and peppercorns and keep them on one side. Stir the breadcrumbs into the milk and add 1 oz (25 g) of the butter. Leave the saucepan on a very low heat, stirring now and then, until the crumbs have swollen and thickened the sauce – about 15 minutes. Now replace the clove-studded onion, the bay leaf and the peppercorns and again leave the pan in a warm place until the sauce is needed. Just before serving, remove the onion and spices. Reheat gently then beat in the remaining butter and the cream and taste to check the seasoning. Pour into a warm serving jug.
|88 Two fat ladies Bingo call end it now?|
Isnt about time that we abolished the Bingo call two fat ladies for the numbers 88 ? I know the big Organisations have fazed it out but i know for a fact they still say it at the more local clubs, ie working mens clubs etc.Should we also think about making the word fat illegal ? If it is carried on at these Bingo clubs, it should be worded two clinically Obese Females.
Should we also start closing working mens clubs down as they have primitive opinions of women ,breed political incorrectness ,
|Hi Spida, Thankyou!!!! Its about time someone stood up for us larger ladies. I am a big lady, okay, im greedy and i love my chips and burgers, but theres no need to mock me. My husband refuses to take me to his club as he says its a shame that i should have to hear such references to my size. I used to love a game of bingo, but as my George says, the bingo caller makes it shameful to be fat. He knows I feel picked on and encourages me to stay home to spare my feelings in public. So yes, ban these type of bingo calls, and ban the word fat. Large is quite a sufficient word.|
|Help me!? - two fat ladies - wine?|
my friend once brang over a bottle of wine.
and i'm sure it was called something like two fat ladies.
it was only about $10 and it was really really sweet.
does anyone know what i'm talking about?
Two Fat Ladies Dolce
I asked my french wine expert
|UK Only, Politically Correct. Bingo Callers can no longer say 'Two fat ladies, 88'?|
This is because it may offend overweight people. Does this mean that shops will be stopped from selling 'Skinny' jeans in case it offends slim people.
|The fat bas***ds shouldn't be so sensitive.|
Two thumbs down. I bet it was those two fat ladies!
|What was the names of the women on "Two Fat Ladies cooking show"?|
The opening had the two riding on a motorcycle with a sidecar. Wonderful crazy but traditional fatty Brit food was prepared. I really miss seeing that program. Anyone else remember seeing it or am I having a delusion?
|Clarissa and Jennifer. I loved it, too! It was always amusing and I actually did quite a few of their recipes with good results. Great fun|