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Roast lamb with red wine and red onion gravy :thumbup:
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V full of roast beef & yorkie puds.
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Pork shoulder and pearl barley stew....yum
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Roast chicken with all the trimmings... very nice, but not as good as last nights home made pheasant curry - it was magnificent!
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Roast pheasant
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Isn't it illegal to cook peasants these days?

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Kansas City Barbeque - some of the best on the planet !

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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Isn't it illegal to cook peasants these days?
We stopped cooking peasants in Suffolk a few centuries ago, but if a pheasant files out in front of your car and you kill it, I'm told it is illegal for you to pick it up and take it for your stew pot. But the car behind you can collect it ! :?
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Portobello mushrooms with blue cheese.
Roast chicken in thyme and lemon marinade, with roast parsnips and spuds.
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Roast lamb
Roast spuds
Roast Parsnips
Red cabbage cooked with balsamic vinegar
Yorkie Puds
Lashings of gravy & fresh mint sauce

Vissuto Primitivo to wash it down
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highway62 wrote:Roast lamb
Roast spuds
Roast Parsnips
Red cabbage cooked with balsamic vinegar
Yorkie Puds
Lashings of gravy & fresh mint sauce

Vissuto Primitivo to wash it down
Lamb is my favourite meat. Oddly, we seldom have it in NZ but have a lambfest on our return.
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bspj wrote:
highway62 wrote:Roast lamb
Roast spuds
Roast Parsnips
Red cabbage cooked with balsamic vinegar
Yorkie Puds
Lashings of gravy & fresh mint sauce

Vissuto Primitivo to wash it down
Lamb is my favourite meat. Oddly, we seldom have it in NZ but have a lambfest on our return.
Wales is where the best lamb comes from ;-) but when we have the weather my Greek barber will put a whole lamb on the BBQ roll on the summer ;-)


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bspj wrote:
highway62 wrote:Roast lamb
Roast spuds
Roast Parsnips
Red cabbage cooked with balsamic vinegar
Yorkie Puds
Lashings of gravy & fresh mint sauce

Vissuto Primitivo to wash it down
Lamb is my favourite meat. Oddly, we seldom have it in NZ but have a lambfest on our return.
Lamb is wonderful. Probably my favorite meat too.
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Today is the Super Bowl (the championship of that other football), so my buddies and I are having Korean fried chicken from a place called Bonchon (which is Korean for "side-dishes"). I have no idea what Korean fried chicken is supposed to be, but I'm keeping an open mind.
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Carbonnade de boeuf with root vegetable mash and a nice Shiraz.
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