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

Boeuf en Daube Provencale, roasties, courgettes, spinach and mushrooms….

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Nice shade of brown with spinach, would it taste as good if you used a sweetheart stout for that wee extra kick?
 

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Nice shade of brown with spinach, would it taste as good if you used a sweetheart stout for that wee extra kick?
I’m sure it would - just swap the wine for the stout?
 
Korean chicken stew

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One of the reasons I make such a large batch is because once it's cooled I can't help but take a couple of spoonfuls every time I go past the pan, if I made a smaller batch there would be non left after the first day.
Pease pudding hot, pease pudding cold.
Pease pudding in the pot,
Nine days old.
 

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Lamb's liver and bacon with crispy sauteed mash and onion gravy tonight, pics later when done.
 

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Pease pudding hot, pease pudding cold.
Pease pudding in the pot,
Nine days old.

Pease pudding and
faggots like what
Kennedys always sold.
Gran used to
send me there
and I could
not resist helping
myself to a
fingerfull from top.
Gran never said
a word but
one day when
I went to
Kennedys he used
the little butter
thing to make
a pattern on
the top of
the pease pudding.
That stopped me !
 
Pease pudding hot, pease pudding cold.
Pease pudding in the pot,
Nine days old.

You beat me to it.

So good they named a village after it - Pease Pottage in Sussex (the old name for pease pudding, although nobody really knows why it was named thus. The conjectures seem a bit dubious).

Lovely old name for what is basically just part of Crawley (the town that urban planners forgot).
 
Pease pudding and
faggots like what
Kennedys always sold.
Gran used to
send me there
and I could
not resist helping
myself to a
fingerfull from top.
Gran never said
a word but
one day when
I went to
Kennedys he used
the little butter
thing to make
a pattern on
the top of
the pease pudding.
That stopped me !
That’s a shite poem.
 
You beat me to it.

So good they named a village after it - Pease Pottage in Sussex (the old name for pease pudding, although nobody really knows why it was named thus. The conjectures seem a bit dubious).

Lovely old name for what is basically just part of Crawley (the town that urban planners forgot).
Some bloke in the bible sold out his brother for a mess of pottage.

Or a holy hand grenade, I'm not religious.
 
Lamb's liver and bacon with crispy sauteed mash and onion gravy tonight, pics later when done.
Looking forward to the crispy sauteed mash
 
Looks nice but the "plate" gives it serious HMP vibes.
I've been trying to please @Kirkz - he doesn't like me using wooden boards as plates.

These steel trays are great - fill them with anything then just throw them into my industrial sink without risk of breaking, rinse and repeat.
 
Pease pudding and
faggots like what
Kennedys always sold.
Gran used to
send me there
and I could
not resist helping
myself to a
fingerfull from top.
Gran never said
a word but
one day when
I went to
Kennedys he used
the little butter
thing to make
a pattern on
the top of
the pease pudding.
That stopped me !

Sounds like a hungry Kamikaze's death poem.

Upon the pease pudding
The cherry blossom floats
Upon my soul, my nations pride
Based on sinking a big boat.
As I step into my Zero, lunch box in hand,
I pray to the emperor, the sarnies aint ham.
The blossom sinks, I steady my hand,
And repeat "the old lie", Tennoheiko,
Banzai!

@RoyalGreenJacket I rather like those wooden boards you are so fond of tbh mate
 

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