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Fontenilles Family Favourite Recipe Anagrams
"I've taken some of my family's favourites and turned them into anagrams. Clues in the questions to help. British spelling throughout and remember it is only the fully capitalised words that form the anagrams. Enjoy!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
I used to be sent out in my RUMBLY CAR to fetch this from the nearest Indian restaurant before Bob gave me a recipe that works.
(Two Words - 4, 5 letters)
This OUT ACES everything for versatility. If we lived in a castle we would probably fill our MOAT with it!
(Two Words - 6,5 letters)
I have an AUNT who doesn't like meat. When she comes to stay we SORT her out with this tasty vegetarian alternative.
(Two words - 3, 5 letters)
No smoking allowed in the kitchen so the PUFFERS STEPPED outside and missed these yellow, red, orange or green vegetable being filled.
(Two Words - 7, 7 letters)
I don't have to go AFAR in my QUEST to find this French cheese but I don't want my friends to DROOL over it or the green stuff that makes this temping entrée.
(Two Words - 9, 5 letters)
As you might know ROMMEL was a GENUINE Field Marshal but I wonder if he ever enjoyed this dessert that combines the tart flavour of a citrus fruit with a sweet topping, and usually a pastry base.
(Two Words - 5, 8 letters)
These little PLUMS do not go DING when they drop from the tree but are instead little balls of suet, flour and water that drop deliciously into any stew or casserole.
(One Word - 9 letters)
When your ACNE is running AMOK there's nothing better than these tasty North African meatballs from Liz's CROFT.
(Two Words - 8, 5 leters)
The Giant said "Fie FIE fo. I wish I had a SHIP to catch the fruit of the sea".
(Two Words - 4, 3 letters)
Did a mouse run off with the APPLET or a RAT? Neither - we ate it!
(Two Words - 5, 4 letters)
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Compiled May 23 13