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Good weather again today , could possibly be another BBQ tonight :D
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Chip shop tonight , fish & peas for me :thumbup:
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Just back from San Carlo in Hale, great food and service.
Pate to start, leg of lamb for mains and a fabulous chocolate cake for dessert.

Always a popular destination with celebrities etc, but good food and service, although you pay for it.
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Well, it has turned a tad autumnal here, so it is time to dig out the slow cooker for what is a perennial favourite at AVO Hall. Carbonnade, aka Stoofvlees.

In the slow cooker it goes with one of the essential marinade/liquor ingredients pictured. A nice Sunday supper with root vegetable mash and French beans.

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^^^ We’ll be round about 6’ish, ok?
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Pork and all the trimmings .
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Something Alsacien (doesn't mean I'm eating dog!)
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8 for dinner so it’s roast pork and gammon
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Simple freezer dinner as we have people round tonight where we have a selection of Italian meats, cheeses, breads and olives.

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Whatever these two lovely chaps cook for us! It was a grand evening. Now back home. ImageImage

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What's going on there nick?
Salmon,blinis and lovage?
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^^^^ They allowed you into the kitchen? :shock:

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A traditional Thanksgiving feast with my 94 year old mother today.
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ddav wrote:What's going on there nick?
Salmon,blinis and lovage?
Almost! :) That was the salmon course from the menu below. Absolutely delicious!

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nbg wrote:^^^^ They allowed you into the kitchen? :shock:

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You sit in the kitchen! It is a tiny development kitchen/restaurant a couple of hundred metres down from the Hand and Flowers.

It was another one of the "Shed" events where Tom K works with a guest chef to create a degustation menu, which they then cook in front of you. A bit like "Saturday Kitchen" if you will.

There are 8 guests and you all sit/eat at the pass while they describe what they are doing, how they came up the ideas, etc etc and basically have a natter. The photos were taken from my seat.

It is extremely informal and a wonderful way to spend a few hours enjoying superb food, wine and tremendous company.
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