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Posted -  14/11/2010  :  06:31
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Stanley Challenger Graham




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Callunna
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Posted - 03/10/2011 : 17:25
Don't ask why ... it's complicated ... but for a week I'm not going to eat any dairy or wheat products. Except maybe a bit o'butter.

I've got a carton of soya milk (it's an acquired taste...), ordered a non-wheat loaf from Liddell's (wonder what THAT will be like) and have been nibbling Ryvita biscuits till they come out of my ears.

My word, am I miserable or what? 


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belle
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Posted - 03/10/2011 : 17:44
Didn't know lidels did wheat free bread..do you mean rye? I haven't eaten wheat,or rye. or barley or oats for about 4 years now, and am happy as larry with rice cakes...gluten free bread is a bit dry but ok if you can't live without toast! I am contemplating giving up dairy soon as I cough so much once I've eaten it...need to get some calcium tabs firs!




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Callunna
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Posted - 04/10/2011 : 13:48
Belle, that would be Liddell's as in the Barlick baker's shop, not Lidl's as in the German cut price stores.

The wheat-free loaf was, er, not exactly what you'd technically term a loaf. More like a crumbly madeira cake. Not bad in itself, but definitely not 'bread' and at £1.60 for a small loaf it's too pricey to become a regular item. You can't make toast with it, either.

Have been enjoying hard mild goat's cheese as an alternative to cow's milk cheese, but I think I'd only be able to take so much of it.

I'm told it takes about 4 weeks before you start to feel the benefits of a wheat- and dairy-free diet. If I'm honest, I'm not going to last that long!


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belle
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Posted - 04/10/2011 : 21:55
May I suggest ewes milk wensleydale for your cheese, if you are just givingup cows milk. and the gluten free section of any super market has a range of breads that toast and are quite bread-like.


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Stanley
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Posted - 05/10/2011 : 05:13
Heather, there is a lot of research that suggests that many 'gluten allergies' are more to do with additives used in commercial bread than the wheat itself. Have a furtle on the web and read the evidence. I have a friend who had the same 'problem', got a breadmaking machine, baked her own bread using only natural ingredients and cured her problem. Not suggesting you are wrong, gluten allergy does exist but it would be a pity to be deprived of toast!

Tea last night was a buttie made with home made bread and the Tamworth pork. Beautiful meat full of flavour. If you like pork, seek it out!


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Stanley
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Posted - 09/10/2011 : 06:06
Casserole of beans and pork belly pre-roasted the day before. The Tamworth melts in the mouth. A well-fed pig.


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marilyn
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Posted - 09/10/2011 : 10:01
Homemade Red Salmon patties....which were very nice. Couldn't eat all mine, so the remainder is in the fridge for lunch tomorrow.


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belle
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Posted - 09/10/2011 : 11:54
It's not what I had for tea last night ..it's who..my youngest, amazingly still alive after a month of uni.!


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moh
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Posted - 09/10/2011 : 14:00
Are they enjoying it?  We went out for tea last night for hubby's birthday to The Grouse on the road to Haworth.  Brisket to night with the usual trimmings.


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belle
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Posted - 09/10/2011 : 16:44
Yes, Moh thanks, enjoying it tremendously.


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Stanley
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Posted - 10/10/2011 : 04:08
I can remember what it was like for me, and I was a 'mature' student. Must be mind-blowing for a youngster. Glad it is going down well.

Finished the casserole off. Butties today..... I shall decide fillings on a whim.


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Stanley
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Posted - 15/10/2011 : 07:50
Two pressure cookers fizzing away. One has some pork in and the other dried peas. These will be the base for a thick nourishing stew later on!


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moh
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Posted - 15/10/2011 : 10:07
Had visitors on Thursday so I did Beef Carbonara in the slow cooker - it was delicious, served with new potatoes, cabbage & parsnip & carrot mash with apple pie to follow.  Last night it was home made fish & chips, and tonight lamb curry - hubby has gone to a motor bike  show in Stafford so it will cook along until he gets back - the longer the better.


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Stanley
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Posted - 16/10/2011 : 04:41
No wonder you get plenty of visitors Moh!


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moh
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Posted - 17/10/2011 : 10:17

The curry was a Lamb & Coriander Gosht - it was lovely.  I ground all the spices - coriander seeds, cinnamon stick, dried chilli & cumin seeds in a pestle & mortar, stir fried the lamb until brown, added the spices and stir fried for one minute.  Then added the onion and cooked until soft, added 2 chopped garlic cloves, 1 1" piece of fresh ginger choppe, 1 pint lamb stock and cooked in the oven for one hour.  After the hour add 4 chopped tomatoes (or less depending on size) (or a tin of chopped tomatoes) and cooked for another hour.  Served with pilau rice and naan bread.




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