Tonight I cooked..........

Fourth and last day of the stew and unfortunately one dumpling, delicious....
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Bacon and egg banjo
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‘Spanish’ chicken… basically chicken baked with Chorizo, garlic, tomatoes and butter beans - with brown rice
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Slow braised Beef Short Ribs today, with trimmings and a Theakstones Old Peculiar gravy. Nice.
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Steak, gratin dauphinoise, green beans. Had mustard on table but no need for it as everything so flavourful.

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Tonight's efforts

Cheese and garlic stuffed, deep fried mushrooms.
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Fillet steak, bearnaise sauce, frites, creamed spinach, tobacco onions.
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Key lime pie
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@mush_dad …. I wish I could give a double excellent - perfect !
 
Breakfast this morning. Burford Brown poached eggs on Sourdough toast with bacon.
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Bubbles_Barker

LE
Book Reviewer
Crispy fried onions seasoned with salt and pepper and other spices if you want to jazz them up a bit.
Indeed they are. Cornflour, paprika, cayenne pepper, garlic powder and salt being the main ones. Then deep fried on a lowish heat to cook off the moisture, then wack it up a bit to crisp them up.
 
Short ribs from a local butcher or farm shop?
From Three Trees Farm Shop between Marlborough and Swindon. Having the rest this evening as a ‘pulled beef in gravy’ type dish with bubble and squeek.
 

Bubbles_Barker

LE
Book Reviewer
From Three Trees Farm Shop between Marlborough and Swindon. Having the rest this evening as a ‘pulled beef in gravy’ type dish with bubble and squeek.
Thought it was either there or Rosebourne! I go past 3 Trees for work so will pop in…
 
My first attempt at Goat Curry, using some very lean, cubed Goat meat from a Farm Shop outside Wimborne. Also came with a pot of ‘Goat Curry spices’ which made the dish easy to prepare. The recipe called for some coconut milk, but I’m not a fan, so left it out.
For tomorrow’s supper, but I had to have a cheeky ‘amuse bouche’ just now. Lovely.
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Kirkz

LE
Book Reviewer
My first attempt at Goat Curry, using some very lean, cubed Goat meat from a Farm Shop outside Wimborne. Also came with a pot of ‘Goat Curry spices’ which made the dish easy to prepare. The recipe called for some coconut milk, but I’m not a fan, so left it out.
For tomorrow’s supper, but I had to have a cheeky ‘amuse bouche’ just now. Lovely.
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It's curry goat not goat curry.
 
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