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




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moh
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Posted - 03/04/2011 : 13:22
Grandson and his wife are coming for dinner so it is the full Sunday roast with a nice piece of topside.


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Stanley
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Posted - 04/04/2011 : 04:22
No wonder they keep visiting Moh! I've got into the habit of putting a frozen joint in the top oven on 100C last thing at night as I go to bed. It cooks fine but looks entirely different than a normal roast. I've got half a leg of hogget in there now. I'll sort it out later. I think I might go for butties.


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belle
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Posted - 04/04/2011 : 09:39
Not sure it's a good idea to do that Satanley, don't the thawing bugs multiply in the warmth? We don't want you down with food poisoning?


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Bradders
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Posted - 04/04/2011 : 11:29
Who's SATANLEY........?  Ha!


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belle
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Posted - 04/04/2011 : 13:01
Apologies, a typo....


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Stanley
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Posted - 05/04/2011 : 05:38
You're right Moh if you halt the process, but no sweat because it soon gets too hot for the little buggers! It hadn't quite cooked enough for me so I did a no-loss exercise on it. I put it in the pressure cooker with a drop of water, finished cooking it in there, it fell to bits. Drained the gravy off and froze it till I could lift the fat off. I cut the meat up and ditched the bones fat and gristle and pressed it with a bit of the juice to help it set. So that's me butties taken care of! The rest of the juice went in the pan with half a cabbage, 6 small parsnips, two onions and some peas. So lunch was a bowl of cabbage soup and tea was a lamb butty. Same today. No waste and lovely grub!


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Stanley
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Posted - 07/04/2011 : 06:07
The day before yesterday I was sat reading in the afternoon after a light lunch of cabbage soup and reflecting on the pleasures of quiet reading with the smell of good food in the background. Then I realised I wasn't cooking anything! You've guessed it, I had forgotten to turn the heat off under the soup and cremated it. Took two days soaking to get the pan clean. Ah well......


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Bradders
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Posted - 07/04/2011 : 10:40
Talk about soaking a pan !...My ex-partner's daughter  used to make scrambled eggs late at night and leave the pan .......I remain convinced that she had stumbled on the formula for the adhesive used to stick the heatshield tiles on the space shuttle.....

Albumen is good stuff !


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moh
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Posted - 07/04/2011 : 11:57
Beef curry tonight with bombay potatoes.


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Stanley
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Posted - 08/04/2011 : 05:05
I had a blade of hogget in the slow oven all night, it's just finishing off now. I am in butty mode just lately..... Stewart had been refusing to take any money for the meat till I have taken delivery of the rest of it so I got a £50 note from the bank yesterday. I shall shove it in his hand this morning! Can't do with not paying my way. Old-fashioned or what?


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moh
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Posted - 08/04/2011 : 11:44
change of plan last night - had sausage, mash & onion sauce - curry tonight but chicken now not beef!


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Posted - 09/04/2011 : 06:45
After I had cooked the blade I de-boned it and put the bone in the PC for an hour, added an onion, some peas and seasoning and got two helpings of lovely veggie soup. Waste not want not!


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moh
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Posted - 10/04/2011 : 10:31
Had our first BBQ of the year last night.


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Posted - 11/04/2011 : 08:47
Made the first cauldron of Soup for this year, Chicken and Veg.
Three meals of that now labelled and thrown in the freezer (no suprises in my freezer, Stanley), and the rest popped in a casserole dish, suet dumplings added....and it is doing very nicely in the oven. Dinner in half hour.


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moh
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Posted - 11/04/2011 : 09:35
A friend brought us a lovely rainbow trout he had caught at his fishing lodge so we had that with some new potatoes - choice of three things tonight so will decide later.


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