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Partridge with cabbage, pancetta and pearl barley, to be washed down with a drop of red.

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Had beef today for a change, and very nice it was too

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I'm thinking Fish Finger sarnies. With Ketchup. :shock:
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Teviot pie with an assortment of roast veg served up in a rich sauce and some nice real ale. All home made apart form the ale. Yum.
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Roast pork with crackly crackling,
Mashed potato with extra butter and cheese,
Peas, broccoli and carrots,
(Bought) Apple sauce with calvados.
chilled Spanish rose

Fresh fruits

Cheeses:
St Eadburgha,
Westcombe Cheddar,
Colston Basset Stilton.
Argentinian Malbec
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Our move away from the supermarkets and support of local farms/producers continues.

Sandwiches packed full of cold leftovers from our roast lunch....
Cold sliced pork.
Homemade Porkmeat, apple and truffle stuffing.
Homemade apple sauce (with Edmond Briotett apple liqueur)
Homemade bread sauce with extra nutmeg! :)

Must confess that none of the homemades were made by me! (All by the lovely memsahib)
All meats and veg are reared/grown within a 35 mile radius of us.

They all taste fantastic and have reminded me what proper food tastes like.

Followed by a lovely Stilton (bought in Stilton area yesterday and highly recommended!

Washed down with my first ever glass of a Changyu Golden Valley Ice Wine. Pleasantly surprised!

After quaffing the above, I have now flopped into the sofa to finish watching the darts. Come on Wolfie!
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bspj wrote:Roast pork with crackly crackling,
Mashed potato with extra butter and cheese,
Peas, broccoli and carrots,
(Bought) Apple sauce with calvados.
chilled Spanish rose

Fresh fruits

Cheeses:
St Eadburgha,
Westcombe Cheddar,
Colston Basset Stilton.
Argentinian Malbec
Great minds think alike Steve. We had very similar for lunch! (Although without the fantastic cheeses that you have!)

The leftovers have made fantastic sandwiches for dinner!

I was in Stilton area yesterday!! How did you find the Colston Basset. Not too salty? We have a lovely Cropwell Bishop in the fridge. Very moreish!
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Dunno!
But for breakfast, bake-at-home rolls with crispy bacon. A rare treat on my day off...I am usually on the Monte Carlo rally around the villages at this time, with a breakfast of wafers and wine.
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Wife gone for shopping, and my dinner now incoming as "chinese-noodles-in-a-box" :)
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Haggis, neeps and tatties. Its the drunken womaniser's birthday!
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Deddington Farmers' Market yesterday.

So tonight we have guinea fowl pot roast with root veg, jerusulem artichokes in cider. Nicola spuds, kale. Smells good, just about to assemble it and eat.

Oh, I'll have a glass of Marshmellow with it too.
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Bit of a picnic without going out tonight

Foie Gras with salt and pepper bread
Slices of Ham
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Paul Drawmer wrote:Deddington Farmers' Market yesterday.

So tonight we have guinea fowl pot roast with root veg, jerusulem artichokes in cider. Nicola spuds, kale. Smells good, just about to assemble it and eat.

Oh, I'll have a glass of Marshmellow with it too.
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sounds nice and robust.
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oberonfoto wrote:Haggis, neeps and tatties. Its the drunken womaniser's birthday!
and the 'gravy'?
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bspj wrote:
oberonfoto wrote:Haggis, neeps and tatties. Its the drunken womaniser's birthday!
and the 'gravy'?
In honor of the drunken womaniser a few drams of Strathisla 12 Year Old. Would rather a couple of tots of Pussers Rum :D
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