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Stanley
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Posted -  16/01/2009  :  06:49
New topic to make it easier to load. I had the last of the Colcanan I made two days ago. It lasted so long because I bought some small Cox's that were never going to tipen so, waste not want not, I pelled them, stewed them down a bit and after draining them popped them in with the colcanan. Bit more seasoning and it was nice....


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Julie in Norfolk
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Posted - 16/01/2009 : 11:36
Hmmm. Not sure about tonight's tea, as daughter has just got in from America and doesn't know what room she is in let alone time zone. Possibly takeaway.


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Posted - 16/01/2009 : 12:04
Bacon, egg and new potatoes


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Posted - 16/01/2009 : 15:24
Off to the Cihinese restaurant for us. My favourite!


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Stanley
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Posted - 17/01/2009 : 05:56
Butcher's day yesterday. Stuart had half a Hogg going spare. A young sheep as opposed to lamb, about two or three years old. It is now in my freezer jointed up. I used the neck, breast and some chops yesterday as the base for a mutton stew. Wonderful clean flavour, makes lamb look like a pale imitation.


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Posted - 17/01/2009 : 08:03
4 nice lamb chops for Cath and me for tea tommorrow - Dans last night for Panto so he's partying. I'm going to pop into Morrisons to see if they have any Monkfish. Fat club receipe for monkfish stew looks good and I fancy that. Nolic


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Posted - 17/01/2009 : 09:42
After such a big meal last night, I think we are having everything thrown in omelette today with fresh home baked bread and beans. Imindoors makes the best omelettes.

Maybe a beef stew/casserole tomorrow lunch. Need to look what is in the freezer.

What's the difference between a stew and a casserole?


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moh
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Posted - 17/01/2009 : 14:00
Don't think there is any - always was a stew then they brought out the casserole dishes.
Spicy chicken stir fry for us tonight.


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Stanley
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Posted - 17/01/2009 : 16:12
I think that a srew is done over the fire or on a hotplate and a casserole is done in a closed vessel in an oven. My Hogget stew is 24 hours old now and improving all the time. You should smell the scent wafting off it as it takes a slow boil with more potatoes in....  Lovely, I'm ready for me tea!


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melteaser
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Posted - 17/01/2009 : 20:22
The oven/hotplate theory makes sense.

They were doing hogget on Saturday Kitchen this morning.


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Stanley
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Posted - 18/01/2009 : 05:25
It was better still last night, I had almost two bowls.....


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Posted - 18/01/2009 : 09:25
Cold Chicken Salad (Chicked Breast was steamed)...followed by a 40 min walk (our second for the day).


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Posted - 19/01/2009 : 11:28
Roast lamb with the trimmings yesterday - cold for tea tonight.


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Stanley
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Posted - 19/01/2009 : 16:27
Just got the hogget stew up to a simmer to kill the bugs, looking forward to more of it tonight for tea.


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portia
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Posted - 20/01/2009 : 21:06
Beef stew made with the leftovers of Saturday's pot-roast (brisket), + all the odds & ends of vegetables skulking in the fridge and the veg rack. Good today but better tomorrow when it's festered a bit.


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Posted - 21/01/2009 : 06:24
I made a Lasagne this afternoon, so just a small wedge of that with Salad.
(made enough for tomorrow night's meal too...clever lass wot I am)


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