ednsue wrote:
> 
> Hallo a She˛nag,
> 
> Leugh mi air "b¨th-obrach c˛caireachd anns a' clas GÓidhlig" agad.  Tha mi
> a' smaoineachadh gur e sar mhath a bh'ann.
> I read about yourcooking workshop in the Gaelic class.  I think that it was
> very good.
> 
> Tha ceist agam air.
> I have a question about it.
> 
> Are there any quantities...or just what looks good?  I'd like to try this at
> a study group or at our next "Latha Emulsion"...(in lieu of "Latha
> Immersion")...
> 
> Moran taing!
> 
> Siu\saidh
> ----------

Hallo A Shi¨saidh agus a h-uile duine,

Seo am modh..
(here is the recipe)

An Stuth Feumail

- cairteal cupa do mhin-choirce                         
- 500 mýleliotairean do uachdar tiugh                   
- 25 mýleliotairean do mhýn-shi¨cair (no mil)           
- boinne do uisge-bheatha (no faoineag no ruma)
- subhagan-lÓir (no subhagan craoibh no meas ¨r)
- bobhla
- inneal
- spňin

Ingredients (literally useful or needful things)

- 1/4 cup of oatmeal (steel cut oats, but you can use rolled)
- 500 ml whipping cream (you can cheat and use Cool Whip)
- 25 ml of 'fine sugar' (fruit sugar) or honey 
- a drop of whisky (or vanilla or rum)
- strawberries (or raspberries or fresh fruit)
- a bowl
- an electric mixer (inneal means a machine, literally)
- a sp0on

R˛istibh a' mhin-choirce anns an Ómhainn. Fuaraichibh a' mhin-choirce.
(Toast the oatmeal in the oven. Cool the oatmeal)

Cuiribh an t-uachdar tiugh dhan b˛bhla. Buailibh an t-uachdar leis an
inneal (cuiribh air e aig astar meadhanach - na cuiribh ro luath e).
(Put the whipping cream in the bowl. Beat the whipping cream with the
electric mixer. Put it on medium speed  - don't put it too fast)

Bualibh an t-uachdar gus seasaidh e suas leis fhŔin. Measgaichibh a'
mhin-choirce dhan uachdar rud beag.
(Beat the whipping cream until it stans up by itself. Mix the oatmeal
into the cream a little bit)

Faodaidh sibh mýn-shi¨car no mil a chur ann. Cuiribh subhagan-lÓir no
meas ¨r rithe.
(You can put fine sugar (fruit sugar) or honey in. Put strawberries or
fresh fruit with  it)

Faodaidh sibh uisge-beatha a chur ann cuideachd.
(You can put whisky in too)

Se˛nag


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