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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Yeah. Goes lovely with a salad!
    Looks.like Grant had a salad of sorts with his beef. So maybe
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    I love gravy always flood meals with it. Makes the meal if it is good.

    I was surprised how much the loaf above opened up given the top slit I put in it prior to bake. That's bread for you - being a live medium you're never quite sure of the end results unless you pretty much do exactly the same thing every bake. Dead boring if you ask me. But I do like to bake hard to get a great crunchy crust on such loaves.
    Yup great thing about bread making was you never quite knew what you would get. Like taking pics and sending them away to be processed
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    Not salad but veg. Carrot peas onion and a bit of sweet pepper. Hot. Like my chilli shoes. Ner
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    I'm planning roast chicken with sweet potato mash, peas and baked baby carrots. Not forgetting a drop of gravy!

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    Sausage stew


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    I had roast chicken yesterday and a prawn salad the day before. I'll keep simple today, either sausages or eggs with chips 'n beans I think!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Sausage stew

    Looks great. Nice and rich, canít go wrong with a bit of beans in a sausage stew either.

    I like to use red pepper in mine too, thought that what was in yours, or is it tomato?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yomanze View Post
    Looks great. Nice and rich, canít go wrong with a bit of beans in a sausage stew either.

    I like to use red pepper in mine too, thought that what was in yours, or is it tomato?
    Yes red pepper, pearl barley etc. (probably easier to say what's not in it). Not really stew weather but it hit the spot with a few slices of seeded batch.

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    There was some sauce from stew left so I added some cooked chicken, spiced it up and had it with wholemeal pasta


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