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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    I'm starting to have a bad feeling about tonight's dinner...
    I have that feeling about a lot of your dinner posts.

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    ^Have a heart...

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    Well...

    After many hours in the oven this is what I had. It smelt delicious... like a proper roast meal.



    I don't agree with lying to kids, but the daughter asked what it was and I knew there was no chance of her eating pig's heart, so I told her it was a new kind of chicken.



    I went heavy on the peas (her favourite vegetable!!!) to make sure she got some food down her. Also, cheesy baked potatoes is always a winner.



    All things considered, I found it it pretty offal (), but at 58 Baht not an expensive meal for the four dogs tomorrow. I think there's a reason why we stopped eating wartime food after the war finished.

    Amazingly, the daughter loved it, and even took the leftover 'chicken' from my plate as it was so good. I feel a bit guilty now... I hope she doesn't ask for it again.

    Is this a case of not liking something cos you know what it is? I don't think so as I'll eat anything... but who knows?

    Anyway, a big pudding tonight I think!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Well...

    After many hours in the oven this is what I had. It smelt delicious... like a proper roast meal.



    !
    It looks like afterbirth.

    *Awaits NPT's childhood tales of traditional home cooking... *

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    I hope she doesn't ask for it again.
    Yea, heard that new type of chicken was too expensive to raise, can't seem to find them anymore... Lessons learned

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    It looks like afterbirth. *Awaits NPT's childhood tales of traditional home cooking... *
    actually there was a reason we never roasted them but stewed them, as Mendip has ably demonstrated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    actually there was a reason we never roasted them but stewed them, as Mendip has ably demonstrated.
    I reckon the best method is to throw them in the bin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    I reckon the best method is to throw them in the bin.
    Well, i confess that my consumption dropped off a cliff edge when i left home.

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    Giant pork onion and cheese quesadilla. Topped with homemade chili and salsa.

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    Going to make some beef stew in the pressure cooker. Even throwing the peas in.

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    2 pounds/1 kg chuck roast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Going to make some beef stew in the pressure cooker. Even throwing the peas in.

    Dinner-xlxvmrs-jpg

    2 pounds/1 kg chuck roast...

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    Looking forward to seeing the results.

    Top not so secret tip from a friend of a friend of a chef for just about any beef dish: a piece of star anise in the sauce.

    It works really well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    a piece of star anise in the sauce.
    To late the lid to the pressure cooker is on.

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    Well here it is. Turned out fantastic. I am really happy I added the red wine to it as it really gave the stew a full flavor. As soon as I opened it up I realized that I forgot to add the damn peas. I had put them temporarily back in the freezer Mendip will not be pleased. Still to hot to eat so...

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    Looks quite different to what we'd call a stew in Britain; it's more of a soup/broth to my eyes, but I don't doubt you on its taste.

    No mirepoix with the base vegetables though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    it's more of a soup/broth to my eyes
    Fair enough. I think I added flour the last time I made it but used cornstarch instead this time that may be why it is not more thick. That broth is loaded with flavor though and the red wine really added richness. It definitely eats like a stew after one bowl I was full.

    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    No mirepoix with the base vegetables though?
    I sautÚd the onions and some garlic after I browned the beef but not a mirepoix no. Using a pressure cooker I was worried about "over cooking" the veg and I think I was right as everything was cooked perfectly after 30 minutes.

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    Looks nice Snubby, but yeah of the soup/broth variety - nothing wrong with that!

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    Delivery, obviously.


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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    Delivery, obviously.
    Really? You have become a right troll of late I must say.

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    Another day of sheltering in place means another day of eating fine Thai foodstuffs complements to the better half.

    This evenings menu included; Spicy Pork, Fried Eggs, Sauteed Vegetables with a dessert of Champoo and Malaga.

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    Fixin's
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    I'm not much good at presentation but here's dinner tonite. Smoked beef chuck riblets, baked potato and carrots with green beans. Had these two ribs and two more after that.



    Dessert.



    Wife said apple strudel but seemed like apple pie to me. Whatever you call it, it was delicious with a little vanilla ice cream on top.

    Food coma...
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    ^ My mum used to make apple strudel, but I don't like dried fruit and my dad didn't like almonds, so she had to have different sections with different fillings before she rolled the thing up. That's brought back a memory!

    We had baked chicken breast with baked veg last night... probably the best meal I make at the moment.



    Cheddar on the spuds, Parmesan on the courgettes and corn.



    The dogs had baked pig's heart!

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    The thread is really heating up! All fine offerings here and I would happily snarf those up. Tonight I will have my left over beef stew and I must say I am looking forward to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    The thread is really heating up! All fine offerings here and I would happily snarf those up. Tonight I will have my left over beef stew and I must say I am looking forward to it.
    You do realise my baked pig's heart is at the top of the page!

    Snarf away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    The dogs had baked pig's heart!
    Is that animal cruelty? Bordering on...



    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    My mum used to make apple strudel
    I don't think what my wife made is strudel. But I'm not going to press the issue. I know where my bread is buttered...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Snarf away!


    Reminded me of a dinner my mother made me as a kid. Creamed corn and liver. I told her I didn't want to eat it, and she made me. I took a bite and threw up all over my plate.

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