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  Lancashire Hotpot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lancashire hotpot is a culinary dish consisting essentially of meat, onion and potatoes left to bake in the oven all day in a heavy pot and on a low heat.
Originating in the days of heavy industrialisation in Lancashire in the north west of England, it requires a minimum of effort to prepare and is a delicious and filling dish.
Lancashire hotpot is frequently referred to in the popular television soap opera, Coronation Street.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lancashire_Hotpot   (340 words)

  
 Welcome to Cheinban Lancashire Heelers .
The people of Lancashire are fond of the Lancashire Heeler as I can remember there were many around in the 1950’s and 1960’s, these little dogs were also known as fl and tans or Ormskirk Heelers.
Lancashire Heelers were mostly given free to friends from the farmers in the outlying districts and were used for ‘chasing rabbits’ or ‘ratting’.
In the 70’s a group of Lancashire Heeler enthusiasts got together and formed a club, The Lancashire Heeler Club, in 1978 they wrote a breed standard to give an overall guide as to what the dog should aspire to.
www.lancashireheeler.biz   (420 words)

  
 Restaurants Lancashire| Food Lancashire
From local delicacies such as Lancashire hotpot and Morecambe Bay potted shrimps served in Lancashire's restaurants and pubs.
Taste Lancashire is a quality assured scheme where Lancashire and Blackpool Tourist Board has teamed up with Made in Lancashire and Quality in Tourism to produce a new quality grading for eating establishments...
Made In Lancashire is dedicated to promoting foods that have been grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed in Lancashire...
www.visitlancashire.com /site/food-and-drink   (380 words)

  
 Regional Cooking: British Recipes by Helen Watson
Although some parts of Lancashire were lost in the local government reorganisation of 1974 there is still plenty of it left to be proud of and since food knows no boundaries I may, at times, stray into what is now Cumbria or Merseyside.
A Lancashire Foot was a traditional type of pasty often taken down the pit by miners.
Potatoes were being grown by Lancashire smallholders soon after the middle of the seventeenth century and before long Lobscouse was invented and became the traditional dish of the region.
www.britannia.com /cooking/articles/lancashire.html   (1442 words)

  
 Lancashire hot pot lancashire hotpot
Hotpot has its origins in the Lancashire cotton industry, a quick and simple dish to prepare with long slow cooking, the story goes that female mill workers would prepare the dinner in the morning, place the Hotpot in the range ovens and many hours later it would be ready when the family returned home.
Traditionally, Hotpot dishes would be quite tall as the hill sheep were very long boned and the chop would stand in the dish.
The farming community maintain that it was a family dish often eaten by shepherds on the moors with the same principle as the miners.
www.northcotemanor.com /taste_of_lancashire/lancashire_hotpot.htm   (407 words)

  
 Cook sister!: Traditional English food#1 - Lancashire Hotpot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Lancashire is an English county on the west coast, just north of Wales but just south of the Lake District and North Yorkshire.
It is said that hotpot was one such dish - the name originates from the time when the dish was prepared at home and the pot was wrapped in a blanket to keep it warm for a nourishing lunch the following day at work.
Apparently the middle classes later also caught onto this and hotpots were made to be taken, still wrapped in a blanket, to a day at the races for a warm and satisfying lunch.
cooksister.typepad.com /cook_sister/2005/05/traditional_eng.html   (1191 words)

  
 Lancashire Heeler Information, Lancashire Heelers
The Lancashire Heeler is set low to the ground; legs are short in relation to the rest of the body.
The Lancashire may nip at peoples heels as it has a strong instinct to herd and must be taught not to do it to people.
Although the new Lancashire's retain the excellent ability to herd, they are now rarely used for cattle herding.
www.dogbreedinfo.com /lancashireheeler.htm   (392 words)

  
 Lancashire Hotpot recipe. Recipes from Lancashire chefs and restaurants
Sweat off the onions in 15g of butter with one teaspoon of salt for 4-5mins (to sweat is to cook without colour in a covered pan, on a moderate to hot temperature).
Place in a medium size bowl, add the remaining 25g melted butter, season with 1 teaspoon of salt and a pinch of white pepper, mix well.
Place the hotpot, covered, in a pre-heated oven for 30 minutes on 180c-200c, then for approximately 2 1/2 hours on 130c.
www.sugarvine.com /lancashire/recipes/recipes_details.asp?dish=177   (304 words)

  
 Hotels lancashire country house hotel small luxury hotel
Restaurants lancashire one of the finest and most highly rated restaurants in the Great Britain...
Nigel Howarth was born in July 1958 and his early training was undertaken at Accrington and Rossendale College, Lancashire when the college's reputation was far reaching...
Great regional dishes like Hotpot were inspired out of necessity, with readily available ingredients, but just who invented lancashire hotpot, no-one knows, as it has a long and rambling history...
www.northcotemanor.com   (635 words)

  
 Lancashire Heelers, Hotpot Lancashire Heelers
Hotpot Kennels is committed to the pups it produces for life.
Hotpot Barney Rubble who is in Finland (Necku Kennel) and has gained 3 CCs after only being shown there for 6 months.
The Lancashire Heeler is the most versatile, compact, fun loving, happy, charming, and affectionate breed of dog I have ever known.
www.lancashireheeler.net   (379 words)

  
 A Taste Of Lancashire
In order to recreate a traditional Lancashire Hotpot with flair, Nigel still had to cook a simple peasant dish but utilise some of the finest produce from his repertoire of producers and growers.
He could not afford to produce a hotpot that had dull and bland lamb, tasteless onions and potatoes that fell apart in the slow cooking process.
Nigel turned to the experience and knowledge of the University of Central Lancashire for guidance in his quest, who designed a pot, which is now used in the restaurant today.
www.northcotemanor.com /taste_of_lancashire/hotpot2.htm   (312 words)

  
 A Recipe for Lancashire Hotpot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Lancashire hotpot has its origins in the Lancashire cotton industry.
The story goes that women mill workers would prepare the dinner in the morning, stuff it into the range's oven and several hours later it would be ready when the family came home.
Legend also has it that a woman's prowess in hotpot making determined the marriage prospects of her daughters, but that's the north of England for you.
www.realms-of-arcady.co.uk /recipes/recipe_032.html   (266 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Lancashire Hotpot is one of the many great British dishes...
Traditionally it was cooked in a tall earthenware hotpot with the chops standing on end, a kidney between each one and an oyster on top.
It is equally delicious cooked in an ovenproof casserole.
home.att.net /~cliveh/docs/lancashire_hotpot.htm   (178 words)

  
 Traditional Lancashire Hotpot from Delia Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Cover with a tight-fitting lid and cook near the top of the oven for 1½ hours, then remove the lid and cook for a further 50 minutes.
I sometimes finish off the hotpot under the grill.
If you brush the potatoes with a little more butter and place the casserole under a hot grill they crisp up and brown beautifully.
www.deliaonline.com /recipes/traditional-lancashire-hotpot,797,RC.html   (458 words)

  
 Defence Internet | Defence News | Army chefs take the Lancashire Hotpot to Kazakhstan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
They say an army marches on its stomach and that was certainly the case for two Army chefs from Burnley who recently deployed to Kazakhstan to take part in a NATO exercise.
Food is important in all military environments and for the two chefs, Warrant Officer Class Two Frank McDevitt and Corporal Mark Schofield, the opportunity to introduce the famous Lancashire hotpot to the Kazakhstan army was too good to miss.
The chefs were among the 140-strong contingent from 4th Battalion The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment (4 LANCS) who have spent the last two weeks taking part in the NATO training exercise at a remote camp in the former Soviet Republic.
www.mod.uk /DefenceInternet/DefenceNews/PeopleInDefence/ArmyChefsTakeTheLancashireHotpotToKazakhstan.htm   (1013 words)

  
 MyCookBook   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Any Lancashire Hotpot I've had has been made from onions, potatoes and lamb as per recipe.
Dear Sir, as a lancashire man, I read your recipe for Hotpot with interest, and the comment from another reader, I can say that in my family experiance, Hotpot can be made in different ways!
in hotpot would have been considered crude and vulgar, people might have been poor, but they took pride in the presentation of food as of themselves.
www.mycookbook.co.uk /article.php?sid=589   (448 words)

  
 JS Online:
Rather, in making and enjoying the Lancashire Hotpot, you'll realize - as I did - that there are lots of similarities between this traditional English fare and our slow-cooked meat casseroles.
History aside, the Lancashire Hotpot is still a revered traditional dish, even at London's Savoy Grill, where the legendary French chef Auguste Escoffier once held court.
The Lancashire Hotpot, still a revered dish and not just by the working class, pairs well with aromatic Almond Cardamom Raisin Rice.
www.jsonline.com /story/index.aspx?id=208184   (798 words)

  
 Lamb Ready Meals | Wiltshire Farm Foods | Home Delivered Lamb Ready Meal
View our range of Lamb dish ready meals, including; Roast Lamb in Gravy, Lamb Hotpot and Liver and Bacon Casserole.
Hotpot of lamb and vegetables topped with sauté potatoes, accompanied by sliced carrots and diced swede.
Perfectly cooked lamb and vegetables in a flavoursome sauce with cauliflower, peas and a sauté potato topping.
www.wiltshirefarmfoods.com /frozen-ready-meals/lamb-ready-meals.asp   (333 words)

  
 Hot pot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Some like to leisurely place items into the hotpot at a relaxed pace, enjoying the cooking process, while others like to quickly throw everything in at one time and wait for the hotpot to return to a boil.
Chinese hot pot was introduced to the Japanese during their colonial rule of Manchuria, and upon their return to Japan following the end of the war, they recreated the dish replacing lamb with beef which the Japanese were more familiar with.
Lancashire Hotpot - a dish referred to as "hot pot" (or "hotpot") in Britain
en.wikipedia.org.cob-web.org:8888 /wiki/Hot_pot   (1611 words)

  
 the Mail online | Special Promotion - Discover Britain
The North West of England incorporates the fantastically verdant, open spaces and thriving urban areas of Lancashire, alongside the breathtaking landscapes of the Lake District.
The surprising coastline of Lancashire includes everything from nostalgic fishing ports to vibrant coastal resorts, while the five mile promenade at Morecambe is one of the most famous and the most popular places to enjoy the spectacular views across the bay.
The West Pennine Moors covers 90 square miles of uplands valleys and farmland, as well as rambling riverside paths and hills that provided the inspiration to writers such as JRR Tolkien and the Brontë sisters.
www.dailymail.co.uk /pages/discoverbritain/northwest.html   (446 words)

  
 BBC - Lancashire - Food and Drink: Lancashire Hotpot, how do you make it?
The celebrity chef glitterati are so impressed with our famous county dish that they've got their own top tips to make this traditional dish that extra bit special.
Antony Worrall Thompson's Lancashire Hotpot on BBC Food
James Martin's Traditional Lancashire Hotpot on BBC Food
www.bbc.co.uk /lancashire/food_and_drink/lancashire_hotpot.shtml   (383 words)

  
 Expert traveller | Travel | The Observer
Comfort food doesn't get much better than Lancashire hotpot, particularly one that's made from locally sourced lamb, potatoes and onions.
Be warned: the long cooking time means you'll have to pre-order the hotpot at least six hours in advance.
This Lancashire restaurant with rooms not only has one Michelin star but also serves cuisine de terroir - local dishes based on regional ingredients.
travel.guardian.co.uk /article/2006/sep/03/observerescapesection3   (600 words)

  
 The Curse of the Were-Rabbit - Reviews - Film - Entertainment - smh.com.au
Wallace likes Lancashire hotpot in a crisis, and I'm told he talks in a Lancashire accent.
His creator, Nick Park, grew up in Preston in central Lancashire, the town that gave us the Spinning Jenny, the Hansom cab, the passenger jet plane and professional football (it says so on the town's website).
It's an England where men smoke pipes and doff their caps and women still wear head shawls; where there's hardly any traffic and nearly everybody is the same colour - a slightly pasty plasticine white.
www.smh.com.au /articles/2005/09/14/1126377368197.html?oneclick=true   (933 words)

  
 Fine Wine Writing by Jancis Robinson - Northcote Manor food & wine festival, Lancashire
Nigel Haworth and Craig Bancroft could never have imagined when they set out 20 years ago on the culinary path that has led today to the splendid Northcote Manor outside Blackburn in Lancashire that their signature dish would now be the definitive Lancashire hotpot.
But the resurgence in the popularity of comfort food, the increase in the quality of so much British produce and the regained pride of so many chefs like Haworth in our more traditional dishes have turned the culinary clock full circle.
Today, Haworth's hotpot comes with oyster fritters (an original accompaniment in some recipes when they were cheap and plentiful), spiced pickled cabbage and glazed carrots.
www.jancisrobinson.com /articles/nick0118   (342 words)

  
 Lancashire food good food lancashire
Lancashire food is good and ready to be severed!
Lancashire chef Nigel Haworth has developed The Three Fishes food menu to fully embrace the flavours of regional cookery and British classics.
If you would like to know more on any of our good food lancashire that you like then please contact us as we will be happy to assist any of your lancashire food enquires.
www.thethreefishes.com /new-files/good-food-lancashire-food.htm   (723 words)

  
 Chorley, Lancashire England - Recipes
Cover and cook in medium oven for two hours.
Hotpot is traditionally served with Picked Red Cabbage.
If you have any other traditional Lancashire recipes and would like to include them, please send them to me and I'll include them in this recipe list.
members.shaw.ca /vtromp/recipes.html   (1650 words)

  
 Halloween Recipes, Pumpkin Recipes
I can't claim any great Kentish heritage for my Halloween Hotpot but it does use ingredients you can largely buy locally.
It's a variation on the traditional Lancashire Hotpot but it uses up all that pumpkin left over after the lanterns have been made and I prefer stewing lamb to chops.
For a veggie version just use a suitable alternative to lamb, everything else stays the same.
www.yourcounty.co.uk /recipes/halloweenhotpot.html   (294 words)

  
 BBC - Food - Recipes - Lancashire hotpot
BBC - Food - Recipes - Lancashire hotpot
Half an hour before the end of the cooking time remove the lid and continue to cook the hotpot uncovered for a further 30 minutes until the potatoes are golden brown and the meat is completely tender.
Serve the Lancashire Hotpot with broccoli and carrots or any seasonal vegetables.
www.bbc.co.uk /food/recipes/database/lancashirehotpot_4134.shtml   (404 words)

  
 Emerton a Lancashire hotpot - smh.com.au
Hope springs eternal on the opening day of the English season, and in the ritual pre-match gathering at the Havelock Inn the subject of discussion is Brett Emerton - the latest Socceroo to join the playing staff of Blackburn Rovers.
They like Australians in this corner of Lancashire, with some justification.
Robbie Slater helped Rovers win their most recent championship, in 1995.
www.smh.com.au /articles/2003/08/17/1061059717316.html   (945 words)

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