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November 17, 2010


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OOhh... since I hail from Paisley originally, I had a lovely blast from the past with your tablet recipe. Your family traditions sound really lovely!


Hi Joy

I hail from and live in the central belt of Scotland and made 10 batches of tablet recently for a charity function.My method of cooking is slightly different from yours but agree about the sore arm!!


Catriona we will need to swap recipes. Everyone I know from Scotland has a different recipe. I always make lots and give it out as extra presents at Christmas.

Lynne V

Yummy, I shall have to make some.
It will make a perfect present for someone who I really didn't know what to give them.


Oh what a lovely thing to make on a Saturday afternoon in Scotland - it looks deliciously crumbly/fudgy (if that's possible) and very mouthwatering.


I lived in Scotland for 10 years from age 6 - 16. I never have been able to eat tablet. It's SO sweet. However - I introduced OH to it when we went up for a holiday last year and am sure he must have consumed his own weight in it by the time we came home.

Thank you for Granny's secret recipe Joy - I'll be making him a secret batch as a Christmas pressie ;)

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