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  • Message 51

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    Posted by OneMoreCheekyOne (U10899474) on Wednesday, 18th April 2012

    Thanks Meto re the fish. OH suggested a seafood pasta dish and so i'm thinking of doing a seafood canneloni with a saffron and tomato sauce. I'll use a mixture of fish and shellfish (probably crab and a few prawns) I think but will see what looks good!

    Last nights pork medallions with brandy sauce was ok but the apple rings made the whole thing a little too sweet for my liking.

    Tonight we're making Jamie O Southern Indian veggie curry (link below) which i'm really looking forward to. I can't decide whether to have it with rice or naan so we might have to be greedy and have it with a little bit of both!

    www.jamieoliver.com/...

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  • Message 52

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    Posted by meto (U14090385) on Wednesday, 18th April 2012

    The reminder of cannelloni in another thread made me want some yesterday; mine was going to be a veggie spinach and quark one. No quark in the shop so it's on hold for now. Your seafood one sounds delicious, OneMoreCheekyOne. I saw some crab ravioli on TV a while back which I think was served with a white veloute-type sauce with a spot of brandy I think. I wsh we had both "eat TV" and "smelly vision TV" smiley - winkeye If I can remember whose recipe it was, I'll post further.

    Back at the ranch, I'm doing a stuffed red pepper with roast sweet potato tonight. Haven't decided on which sauce yet which I think will be needed for wetness - might concoct a white gingery garlic one for a change.

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  • Message 53

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    Posted by Hungry Housewife (U15152087) on Wednesday, 18th April 2012

    I'm cooking Thai spiced pork patties with green papaya salad (using my fab julienne peeler recommended by Amazing smiley - smiley!!)
    HH

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  • Message 54

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    Posted by OneMoreCheekyOne (U10899474) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    Just been and bought crab, prawns, cod cheeks and monkfish cheeks for the cannelloni. I'm using a Gino D'campo recipe which uses a white sauce plus a seafood sauce to pour over. Got some green beans to have with it.

    HH, the Thai pork pattys sound good!

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  • Message 55

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    Posted by lesleylove (U4947890) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    That sounds lovely! I have just made ragu for lasagne - 2 hours slow cooking - and also a coq au vin for tomorrow's tea. Kitchen is smelling just lovely. Just had myself some comforting eggy bread. It is just so horribly dark and wet here today! Got a couple of chicken thighs for tea - not sure what to do - thinking of stir fry with heaps of noodles!

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  • Message 56

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    Posted by Ad (U14752257) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    Morning from Washington DC

    No cooking for me for the next 5 days!

    Yesterday we missed lunch because the train fron VA was late - fun, but late, so we wandered out of our hotal and found a little middle eastern nearby where we had a drink and a bowl of very good humus.

    Cocktails at the hotel then on to our first planned restaurant treat America Eats

    www.americaeatstaver...

    It was hectic and the air con was freezing but the food was sheer genius.

    I had Oysters Rockafeller - yesterday's special, followed by Lobster Newberg
    M had shrimp and grits and then Brunswick stew. The deconstructed Key Lime pie was really clever and a light finish to a trully great meal.

    Today it is to be Rasika, after the obligatory sighseeing.

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  • Message 57

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    Posted by Alison Wright (U14267575) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    America Eats menu looked delish Joan, hope your meal at Rasika is equally as good.

    I've been meatless since Wednesday. Made a big pan of spicy soup with lentils & beans with oodles of veg & had for lunch with warm pita's.
    I made my friend's stuffed baguettes for dinner with mushrooms, roasted red peppers, spinach, spring onions & Gruyere.

    Thursday's lunch was the rest of the soup which tasted much nicer, dinner was the Co-op's cheese & onion quiche with beautifully sweet caramelised onions, Majorcan new potatoes just boiled & tossed with butter & chives & a nice mixed salad.

    Today's lunch was crispy scallion pancakes with Thai sweet chilli sauce, then my friend phoned & asked if I fancied a fish supper from the chippie. So she came round a bit earlier with cod & chips & mushy peas - they were so good!!!

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  • Message 58

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    Posted by Ad (U14752257) on Saturday, 21st April 2012

    Morning from DC

    Hi Alison Rasika was every bit as good foodwise as we hoped. The only thing wrong was the noise - couldn't hear ourselves or the waiter!

    However the 4 course taster menu with wine matches was one of the best Indian meals we have ever had. It was also a welcome break at lunch time after the foot slogging!

    As we are on a mission now we had dinner at Hank's Oyster bar - just around the corner from the hotel - another treat. I have eaten so many oysters in the last few weeks but each different sort has been a new experience. M said his lobster bisque was wonderful and the crispy soft shelled crabs that I had from my main were perfection, though I couldn't finish the large portion.

    Tonight it is to be Wolfgang Puck's The Source.
    www.wolfgangpuck.com....

    Oh well, back to baguette and cheese soon!

    Have a good weekend all!

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  • Message 59

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    Posted by Alison Wright (U14267575) on Saturday, 21st April 2012

    Hi Joan,

    No need to ask if your enjoyed your dinner at The Source tonight. If I'd been there today, I'd have ordered one of everything from the Saturday Dim Sum brunch menu - it all sounds great.

    A skinny salad sandwich for lunch today & some lovely sweet Cape grapes, and really enjoyed a very tasty Aberdeen Angus beef-burger with caramelised onions & mushrooms in a toasted ciabatta roll tonight.

    It's my last day being home alone today, so I'm looking forward to cooking for two
    again. I have a couple of lovely Dexter sirloin steaks for tomorrow, just wondering whether to cook with a sauce or not - decisions decisions?

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  • Message 60

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    Posted by Ad (U14752257) on Sunday, 22nd April 2012

    Hi Alison

    "No need to ask if your enjoyed your dinner at The Source tonight. If I'd been there today, I'd have ordered one of everything from the Saturday Dim Sum brunch menu - it all sounds great."
    We have had some amazing food in DC but this was simply the best - probably the best meal I have ever eaten anywhere!

    I am going to post a few pictures on a new thread so that anyone who is interested can see some of the great food we have been enjoying until such time as I get home and get myself blogging.

    For lunch yesterday we ate at the national Museum of the Native Indian. What a fun place to eat with all manner of food from traditiona ingredients representing North and South America. We settled on a plate of Venezuean tapas and a rhubarb dessert from the West Coast - most enjoyable

    We are having brunch at The Olde Ebbett grill as suggested by KK and friends here. We are eating with same friends this evening.

    A remarkable coincidence yesterday. We were having breakfast at a bakery on Dupont circle when through the door came good friends from just up the road in Provence. We didn't know they were going to be here at the same time as us.

    Hope you enjoyed yout steak - did you do a sauce?

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  • Message 61

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    Posted by Alison Wright (U14267575) on Sunday, 22nd April 2012

    The pictures on your new thread look yummy Joan, I bet you'll miss all the copious amounts of fishy treats when you get back home.

    I had bacon & egg in a stottie for my lunch - then picked up OH from the airport. He's eaten a lot of veggie food & salads while away & has lost some weight, he looks well & is as brown as a berry - I'm envious.

    I made a passionfruit curd tart & a tea-loaf this morning, a good recipe from The Yorkshire Tea people (has no added fats in it) & we had a couple of slices with a pot of coffee.

    Then tonight I griddled the steaks & served with Cornish Early new potatoes, Norfolk asparagus & ratatouille instead of a sauce - & thoroughly enjoyed with a bottle of Hermitage 2008 from M&S, & had the tart with créme fraiche.

    I'm FTB and FTB!

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  • Message 62

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    Posted by OneMoreCheekyOne (U10899474) on Monday, 23rd April 2012

    Hi,

    I had quite a good food weekend. The seafood cannelloni was nice, although the filling was slightly under seasoned which was a shame.

    On Saturday we went out for dinner for my Dad's birthday. I had a goats cheese crostini starter followed by salmon with a herby sauce. Dessert was sticky toffee pud although I could only manage about 1/3rd of it.

    Yesterday we made a Caribbean chicken stew which was really good. We had it with rice. In the evening I used up some bramley apples and blueberries in a mini fruit puff pastry pasty each.

    Tonight we're having a seafood rissotto with a piece of roasted cod sat on top.

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  • Message 63

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    Posted by OneMoreCheekyOne (U10899474) on Tuesday, 24th April 2012

    The seafood risotto last night was delicious, if I do say so myself! We put prawns, squid and mussels (removed from shells) in the risotto itself and then pan fried a small cod fillet to sit on top.

    Tonight it's M&S lamb and rosemary sausages with mash, veg and gravy.

    Not long left for this thread now I suppose smiley - sadface

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  • Message 64

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    Posted by meto (U14090385) on Tuesday, 24th April 2012

    I'll miss this thread a lot too considering how many times I've been a copycat, especially as it reflects seasonal things to look out for.

    There are some big portobello mushrooms just now, so will do a stuffing of orange pepper, apricot (drained tinned), rice, onion and Marmite. I remembered via another thread that Marmite enhances the umami aspect of mushrooms.

    I'm hopeless at making risotto, but my risotto rice languishing in the cupboard would be much better for this stuffing (if I precook it properly) than the usual basmati I use. (<-- another copycat, boy I'm gonna miss this board)

    Want to see if they have any pak choy (bok choy) and make a first time attempt at braising it (I think I mean baking it in a gratin dish since the oven will be on), halved, maybe with sesame seeds. Better buy some toms for colour contrast...

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  • Message 65

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    Posted by Joanbunting (U14658764) on Wednesday, 25th April 2012

    Hi everyone

    Recovering from a 26 hour return journey home but determined not to let jet-lag get a hold!

    We had a lovely meal wit h an old journalist friend and his partner in Washington on Sunday - sushi and soft shelled crabs.

    The BA food was even worse this time round but we had good sandwiches and drinks in the Heathrow lounge and a lovely dinner in Paris before getting the late train back to Avignon. What a delight to have real cheese, olive oil and garlic!

    I have just made some salads for lunch, cucumber, tomato with basil and lovely olive oil and a sort of coleslaw all served with some charcuterie. A treat as we have hardly eaten any meat for 6 weeks.

    Tonight I have some lamb chops - rare and costly beasts in the US and some new potatoes (likewise) and i shall cheat with some frozen spinach and an apple tart from the baker.

    I have to say it is lovely to be back in my own kitchen.

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  • Message 66

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    Posted by Alison Wright (U14267575) on Wednesday, 25th April 2012

    Welcome back Joan!

    I'm sure your kitchen has missed you too - did your 'guest' behave himself among the pots & pans, & leave everything as it should be?

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  • Message 67

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    Posted by Sunnyscent (U7919656) on Wednesday, 25th April 2012

    Welcome back Joan and to good olive oil and cheese too. Perfect.

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  • Message 68

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    Posted by Joanbunting (U14658764) on Wednesday, 25th April 2012

    Welcome back Joan!

    I'm sure your kitchen has missed you too - did your 'guest' behave himself among the pots & pans, & leave everything as it should be? 
    Hi Alison

    Mostly and we have had a very good evening tonight with the lamb chops!
    smiley - smiley

    Not too many breakages but of course nothing back where it used to be - but on the other hand i found it really hard to remember where everything went in DD's house in Virginia!!

    Cats all well. Off to bed soon - it is beginning to get to me

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  • Message 69

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    Posted by meto (U14090385) on Thursday, 26th April 2012

    Hi Joanbunting. Hope you're catching up on some kip and enjoying being able to determine your own agenda now back home. There was a thread and some programmes last year about lamb with lavender and I recall a poster (one of the Annies I think) saying her lambs grazed on some. I wonder what USA folks would think of that.

    Last night I got withdrawal symptoms for proper deep fried chips, so made some while a parsnip/cheese bake (courtesy Dover Soul's idea) was underway. Made some crispy garlicky breadcrumbs for its topping and a few roasted vine toms. Not sure tonight; probably a light stir fry.

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  • Message 70

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    Posted by Joanbunting (U14658764) on Thursday, 26th April 2012

    Hi Meto and everyone

    Thanks for your good wishes !

    Had an early lunch from the freezer - leek and tattie soup and cheese scones because M has taken B-I-L to the airport en route back to Spain.

    As he left he (M) said that he fancies something really French tonight so I am doing duck confit with saradaise potatoes and spinach tonight and I have some local strawberries to follow the cheese - how we missed cheese!!!

    Meto : I sometimes do a leg of lamb with honey and lavender - but you have to be really careful not to overdo it or it tastes like loo cleaner!

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  • Message 71

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    Posted by OneMoreCheekyOne (U10899474) on Thursday, 26th April 2012

    Hi all,

    Went to Switzerland for work yesterday so had a day full of airport and plane food, i.e. nasty stodge. When I eventually got home I had roasted veg cous cous with chopped up leftover sausage in it.

    On my own tonight as OH away for work so dinner will be something for one. I've already agreed to meet a friend for a cheeky one (ok, two) after work so it will need to be something easy and quick when I get back. Poss poached egg on toast.

    Very happy to see the new board from Sakkarin, yippee!

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  • Message 72

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    Posted by Alison Wright (U14267575) on Thursday, 26th April 2012

    Afternoon all,

    Did anyone see Reza cooking on TV this morning? He made sweet potato & goat's cheese (or feta) samosa's (filo pastry - baked not fried) they looked delicious & I'm totally inspired to make them for tomorrow night's dinner - video here ............
    www.itv.com/thismorn...

    He also made a spiced yoghurt dip, but I fancy making one or both of these

    Hot & Sweet tomato chutney kurma.net/recipes/ve...

    Fresh mango chutney kurma.net/recipes/ro...

    We're going out for lunch tomorrow, so samosa's will do nicely as a tasty snackeroo later on.





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  • Message 73

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    Posted by Alison Wright (U14267575) on Thursday, 26th April 2012

    Drat! I meant to post that on the non meat/fish thread! smiley - doh

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  • Message 74

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    Posted by OneMoreCheekyOne (U10899474) on Friday, 27th April 2012

    Well last night I ended up having a ready meal smiley - blush smiley - biggrin

    It's a very rare occurence but after a few glasses of fizz after work and it just being me to feed it was convenient, if not that tasty!

    I'm looking forward to some nice food this weekend however. Tonight I think we'll have ribeye steak and frites. I can't decide whether to go for a bistro style salad and a herb butter on the steak, or mushrooms, grilled tomatoes and some kind of sauce. If we go down the sauce route it'll be peppercorn or Diane.

    Tomorrow night we're going for dinner here...
    www.stolenlamb.com/A...
    The symposium menu sounds rather good. As does the meze.

    On Sunday it's the monthly food market in the town where I live. There are loads of food stalls, bbq's, live music, craft stalls etc so we'll have a wander around and pick up something for dinner.

    Have a great weekend everyone!

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  • Message 75

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    Posted by meto (U14090385) on Friday, 27th April 2012

    Hi OneMoreCheekyOne: Yey ready meal - no washing up smiley - smiley Any chance of a doggy bag from tomorrow's menu? Looks a lovely selection smiley - smiley

    I've still got an unaccountable urge for proper chips, so tea will be a coconutty mushroom, yellow pepper strog with pak choy - plus chips smiley - biggrin

    @ AlisonWright: From memory, I think Reza has to do really quick things in his short ITV slot. I'd be inclined for his samosas to mostly boil the sweet potato probably in bigger chunks, blot then dust in the spice mix then roast and cool before making up. Mind you, I'm quite incapable of following a recipe as written smiley - erm and sure his ain't broke as written. Hopefully you'll have time to let us know how they turn out.

    Going to try an Indian restaurant at the weekend which has been well recommended on a very local forum (so by people you'd trust). I don't like suggesting places (bearing in mind I won't be paying) in case they ain't good, so fingers crossed.

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  • Message 76

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    Posted by lesleylove (U4947890) on Friday, 27th April 2012

    Not much exciting cooking this week. Had left over cold roast pork on Monday with chips, beans and sprouts. Curried on Tuesday. HM fish cakes with new spuds on Wed. Chinese carry out last night as cleaned the house for Mum arriving today. Going for a curry tonight before Ukelele Orchestra of GB concert. Tomorrow - have some ragu for lasagne for tea. Sun - will treat us to a rib roast with lots of roasted veggies as going to be such a wet weekend - again. Then no more posting. Take care everyone!

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  • Message 77

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    Posted by Joanbunting (U14658764) on Friday, 27th April 2012

    Hi OMCO

    Enjoy your meal tonight - It looks as if you will!

    I have a pork fillet marinading in a bbq sauce for tonight will serve it with fried rice and a salad.

    Can't wait to get back to the market tomorrow ro stock up on all the things we have missed in the past 6 weeks.

    "It's nice to go travelling ....... but it's so much nicer to get home!"

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  • Message 78

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    Posted by meto (U14090385) on Friday, 27th April 2012

    Hi Joanbunting. It's been killing me with curiosity as to what your BIL's first meal would be on getting back to his home in Spain. I'm thinking seafood... smiley - winkeye

    There's discussion about getting a weekly (maybe) farmers' market up and running locally here. Can't see it thriving myself as the cost of transport and the massive rates the council would charge for stall spaces would mean that goods were outpriced even before they got here. That sounds negative, but a public school held one in its grounds monthly a while back which didn't last long. People had to drive there though so a local "footfall" one _might_ work., although there's a daily market a short-ish bus ride away at a shoping area. Have a feeling they might be tilting at windmills (well, the people who think it would be sufficiently profitable) but we'll see.

    Many street market rights here (meaning UK) were granted as recorded in the Domesday Book centuries ago. Does France, or the USA for that matter, have a similar historic relevance attached to their markets? It surprised me when, whilst helping on a school project, I learnt about "rights" granted centuries ago. Our new local one if we get one will just be a space allocated until a developer or the council decide it isn't allocated any more.

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  • Message 79

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    Posted by Alison Wright (U14267575) on Friday, 27th April 2012

    Evening all,

    meto, Reza just runs through his recipes showing the main important parts of the process. Obviously the baking is done earlier so Philip & Holly can taste it.

    I made the chutney last night & the mango relish this morning, but cut down on the chili's - the only thing I couldn't source was the Kaff** lime leaves - but I knew I wouldn't - so added a bit of lime zest, & both were very tasty.

    I made the samosa's tonight exactly as he did using feta cheese, but added some defrosted peas & a few bits of ordinary potato, & made a pretty decent job of getting the triangles just right.

    We ate them just a little while ago, and thoroughly loved them & would definitely make them again. There's plenty left over which OH will have a few heated up tomorrow - & I'll freeze the rest.

    We had a fairly substantial lunch here ... www.solbergehall.co....

    OH started with the skillet of prawns with garlic & parsley butter & fresh linguine. Haunch of Nidderdale venison with dauph potatoes, red cabbage, parsnip crisps, chestnuts & game sauce, followed by the cheese plate (no surprises there!)

    I had Ham hock & rabbit terrine with pickled veg, picalilli & toasted brioche to start. Pan-fried scallops, cauli purée, confit chicken wings, crispy parma ham & hazelnut pesto (both were starters) & apple strudel.

    It was food for Olympians! - my next meal will probably be on Tuesday!


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  • Message 80

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    Posted by meto (U14090385) on Friday, 27th April 2012

    Interesting about the lime leaves as I can buy those (and have) although they are more like stalks with a bit of leaf attached, sort of dried and bashed about I guess, about the size of a privet hedge leaf so pretty small) and didn't smell or taste of anything so I guess the Kaff ones must be different.

    Anyway, the menu looks lovely. I'm going to add parsnip, or xyz, "textures" to my repertoire of airy-wave nonchalant expressions - I haven't a clue what "textures" means though. Is it like crispy shallot onion bits? I suspect a few athletes could be booking a place there - proper food smiley - smiley

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  • Message 81

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    Posted by Joanbunting (U14658764) on Saturday, 28th April 2012

    Hi Alison

    Yor meal looks lovely and the samosas sound wonderful!

    We slept properly for the right amount of time at the right time, if you get me, last night - first time since we got back, so were up and ready for the market.

    Greeted like long lost family and everyone wanted to know all about our trip.

    I bought a local chicken from the butcher to cook tonight - will simply roast it with lots of tarragon inside. Gorgeous new potatoes, garden peas and baby turnips to go with it. I'll make some stuffing too if I can tear myself away from the match smiley - winkeye smiley - winkeye.

    Yummy local strawberries - you could smell them metres away!

    For lunch we had griddled asparagus with a poached egg.

    Invited out tomorrow for lunch - hope there is lots of cheese!!!

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  • Message 82

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    Posted by Joanbunting (U14658764) on Saturday, 28th April 2012

    Hi Joanbunting. It's been killing me with curiosity as to what your BIL's first meal would be on getting back to his home in Spain. I'm thinking seafood... smiley - winkeye

    There's discussion about getting a weekly (maybe) farmers' market up and running locally here. Can't see it thriving myself as the cost of transport and the massive rates the council would charge for stall spaces would mean that goods were outpriced even before they got here. That sounds negative, but a public school held one in its grounds monthly a while back which didn't last long. People had to drive there though so a local "footfall" one _might_ work., although there's a daily market a short-ish bus ride away at a shoping area. Have a feeling they might be tilting at windmills (well, the people who think it would be sufficiently profitable) but we'll see.

    Many street market rights here (meaning UK) were granted as recorded in the Domesday Book centuries ago. Does France, or the USA for that matter, have a similar historic relevance attached to their markets? It surprised me when, whilst helping on a school project, I learnt about "rights" granted centuries ago. Our new local one if we get one will just be a space allocated until a developer or the council decide it isn't allocated any more. 
    Hi Meto

    Haven't a clue - he hasn't phoned or e-mailed to say he has arrived!! Not seafood though as he lives way inland and I don't think he would know what to do with a raw fish if he met one.

    As for markets - not one did I see in the US - daughter said there was one once but it only lasted a couple of weeks and old friends/neighbours from here now living in Washington said that they would kill to get their hands on un-wrapped meat and veg even in the trendy district in which they live.

    Here we have a market in various villages nearby every single day of the week + farmers' markets, some of which are in the evening. The huge Saturday market in our nearest town, Apt, has a section for farmers and also a large North African section.

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    Posted by Dee (U3082905) on Monday, 30th April 2012



    Although this is meant to be a breakfast dish, we are having this eggs, spinach & potato dish tonight because I have all the ingredients & they all need to be eaten this week (and because it looks nice):

    www.guardian.co.uk/l...

    Might have rhubarb crumble for pud.


    Yesterday we had a bacon butty & bloody mary for early lunch then ms steak, kidney & mushroom pie with new potatoes, steamed cauli, broccoli & carrots for dinner & we shared scone from the bakers with butter & jam for supper with a mug of hot chocolate. Lamb chops for tomorrow I think, maybe with minty mash, leeks, peas & carrots. Will fold any leftover rhubarb crumble into vanilla ice cream.

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  • Message 84

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    Posted by Joanbunting (U14658764) on Monday, 30th April 2012

    Hi everyone

    Lunch with our Danish friends yesterday and a lot of catching up to do .

    She did us proud - Danish style smoked and pickled fish on HM ryebread for starters with the enivitable schnapps. Provencal style rabbit with olives and new potatoes - seems like years since we had rabbit!!

    Lovely cheeses then chocolate tart with local strawberries.

    Not much room for supper, just a small chicken sandwich and a few more strawberries.

    Today I am going to make a curry with the rest of the chicken so have made stock with the carcass and am just about to turn most of it into a spring vegetable and chicken soup for lunch

    So that's me for April - over and out smiley - hug to you all!

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  • Message 85

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    Posted by Dee (U3082905) on Monday, 30th April 2012

    Lunch sounds good Joan. Will you join Sakkarin's board? (please). I love reading about your lovely lunches and your advice is always invaluable.

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