Recipe From Duncan's Mum
When Doctor Jenny threw us out of her poxy, plague-ridden flat (or was that the other way around?) Duncan and I were forced to live together. Though not in the biblical sense obviously.
So sometime in the summer of 2004, Duncan's Mum came to visit us in our comfortable apartment in Morningside, Edinburgh for a couple of weeks. And she brought her recipes with her.
And here they are:

Duncan's Mum's Circassian Chicken
main fowl
Mix the ingredients and cover and marinate the chicken for more than 8 hours.
Line a casserole (or chicken brick) with foil, put chicken in and pour over marinade, and cover (or put on lid).
Place in cold oven. Heat oven to 425°F and roast 1½ hours without opening oven.

Serve the marinade separately adding an extra 1x5oz carton of yoghurt (if you can be bothered).
Extremely tasty.

Duncan's Mum's Corn Pudding
side veg
Mix first ingredients, then add the corn and melted marge or butter.
Bake in a buttered casserole dish, 325°F for 1 hour.
Very tasty, though somewhat sweet.