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Pirate Party Food

Author : David Greth


Throwing a party? Want to wow your guests with your culinary skills? Try out some of these recipes guarunteed to impress!

Method
1. Cream tea bites Split 6 scones. Sandwich them together with a 227g tub of clotted cream and ? a jar of strawberry jam. Cut into quarters and serve like triangular sandwiches, pointy-side up (makes 24).
2. Mini choc ice balls Use a melon baller to scoop 25 small balls of vanilla ice cream from a 500g tub. Freeze on a tray for 1 hr until solid. Melt 200g dark chocolate and spread 100g finely chopped pistachios on a tray. Dip the balls in the chocolate using a cocktail stick, then roll in the nuts and freeze for 30 mins or until serving (makes 25).
3. Cheat's lamingtons Buy 2 x 350g Madeira sponge cakes. Trim, then cut into 20 x 3cm cubes. Freeze until solid. Heat 200ml double cream, then remove from heat and stir in 200g chopped white chocolate until melted. Cool a little. Spread 2 cups of desiccated coconut on a tray. Dip each frozen cake completely into the chocolate, then roll in the coconut to coat all sides (it might help to hold each cake on a skewer). Firm up on baking parchment for at least 30 mins before serving (makes 20).
4. Apple & marzipan tarts Thinly roll out a 375g pack puff pastry. Divide into squares (roughly 20 x 5cm), then prick each all over with a fork. Spread onto baking sheets. Peel, core and slice 2 Bramley apples into 2cm pieces. Place a small slice of marzipan on each square (you'll need about 200g), top with some apple and bake at 200C/180C fan/gas 6 for 10 mins until crisp. Dust with icing sugar to serve (makes 20).
5. Lemon fancies Use a 4cm pastry cutter to cut out 20 circles from bought lemon tarts (you'll need 2 large tarts). Top each with a raspberry and dust with icing sugar.

Why not throw a theme party? Here are some interesting ideas for food for a pirate themed party
Honey Cake
. 1 1/2 dl of honey
4 eggs
1 dl of sugar
2 spoons (or more) of ginger
1 spoon of jamaica pepper
4 dl of wheat flour
Grease a tin about 1? litres in size. Warm up the honey so that you can stirr it easily with a spoon. Whip up the eggs til they?re white, mix them with honey and spices. Finally stirr in flour and pour it all into the tin. Bake in oven for about 30 - 40 minutes in 175?C. Take it out, leave it for a day and serve with butter.

O?Hanlons stew
4 portions
use a deep stewpan
300 g of pork
300 g of beef
a bottle of fine porter
2 - 3 slices of dark bread cut into dices
3 - 4 potatoes (Not very historically correct, I know. But it tastes better)
3 dl of cream
50 g of butter
Fry pork, beef and half a glass of porter. After about 5 minutes you can add the sliced potatoes. When the potatoes starts to turn golden, add cream, porter and the dark bread and maybe a little salt and pepper. Let it cook for about 10 - 15 minutes. Serve with white bread and india pale ale.

Hard Tack (sea biscuits)
Mix one teaspoon of salt with one pound of flour.
Add enough water to make a very stiff dough.
Flatten the dough to about 1/2 inch and cut it into about 4 inch circles. Punch holes in each circle with a fork.
Bake in a flat pan at 250 degrees for two or three hours.





This next recipe is for the really adventurous
Pirates and Bone Soup (accompany with Hard Tach)
Here's what you need
. A pot full of any kind of bones will do (beef, chicken, pork) - A miscellaneous mix would be great.
. Add your favorite vegetables and potatoes. - You know.... just cook up your favorite pot of soup but make absolutely sure its packed full of bones.
. Add your favorite herbs and spices. (this is where witche's and healers do their magic touch)
. Most Important!!!!! The magical ingredient is VINEGAR! You must add some vinegar to the pot of soup in order to force the calcium in the bones to dissolve from the bones into the soup juice.
Just 1 pint of soup can give you as much as 1,000 milligrams of calcium. Wow!
Now let the bones stew for 4 hours or even longer.
Make sure all the meat has either fell off the bones or just starting to fall off the bone before you serve. Bones add tons of flavor to all recipes!

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