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Thread: OK, What's For Lunch or Tea Today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yomanze View Post
    No no no no no.

    Duck should be seared in a flat pan and finished in the oven.
    Nah the duck itself was ace. Fried low heat on its skin for 15 minutes. Masses of fat comes out.

    Then plonked on top of the veg skin side up in a pan with a lid on.

    I remarked how good it was - it was literally bouncy to the cut and super smooth to the chew.

    It's just the rest that didn't inspire.
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    Have to agree. I know where Neil's coming from, and with certain dishes, cooking duck like that is the way to go, but I thought your duck dish looked great, as did your prawn one earlier. Where did you get the prawns from? They looked 'propa'

    Treating Del to curry tonight at one of our fav Indian restaurants in Chester, which is proper 'old school' (nothing fancy), and been open since the 70s, check out the pics: https: https://gate-of-india-restaurant-chester.business.site/

    They have nice 'intimate' booths, traditional Indian decor (using dark/rich colour schemes), unlike the 90% of modern Indian restaurants, which are 'contemporary styled' (read as bland and soulless) and too starkly lit. The atmosphere in this place is much 'cosier', the way I remember Indian restaurants from back in the day, and most importantly the food is superb!

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    Duck with plum sauce


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Duck with plum sauce

    Everyone's going quackerzzzz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    What's your view on rabbit?

    Marco.
    I've not eaten rabbit ever since it was served up to me looking like a school anatomy dissection! I was 14 at the time and was staying with a family in France, so that's over 50 years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I've not eaten rabbit ever since it was served up to me looking like a school anatomy dissection! I was 14 at the time and was staying with a family in France, so that's over 50 years ago.
    Lol, having been in rural France many times and seen similar, I can sympathise! In Tuscany, rabbit is more popular than chicken, and served in many different ways, absolutely deliciously

    Here's one such recipe: https://www.saveur.com/italian-fried-rabbit-recipe

    Mum used to make it often!

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    Chicken with jacket potatoes tonight


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    Stodge.
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    Mmm... Buttery!

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    Steak Pie and Mash

    tat hit the spot
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