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    Lol - cheers! But what do you mean by "more like it"? Were the prawns disappointing?

    Marco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Lol - cheers! But what do you mean by "more like it"? Were the prawns disappointing?

    Marco.
    yeah, i dont like em
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    Haha... I know! So in that case judge the dish instead on its presentation

    Those were top-notch king prawns, bought from the fishmonger, and very juicy/succulent, tasty and perfectly cooked by Princess Del!

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    Oh yes she did it very well, as wast the Cabbage parcels.
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    Tonight’s tea. Roast Duck in Wine & Redcurrant Jus. With Mustard Mash, Green Beans, Roast Carrots and steamed Asparagus with a Lemon Mayo.




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    Nice, Tony. Love a bit of duck... Have you ever attempted a confit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Oh yes she did it very well, as wast the Cabbage parcels.
    Cheers, she says that you're a nice man

    Marco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    As promised, pan-fried veal escalopes in a fresh lemon, butter and parsley sauce, with accompanying seasonal fresh veg:





    Gorgeous.... We defo don't eat enough veal in the UK [and can be quite hard to get] - in Tuscany, it's more popular than chicken!

    Marco.
    Yummola! I do love veal (and king prawns too )

    Top notch!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Nice, Tony. Love a bit of duck... Have you ever attempted a confit?

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    Never have, but plan to. Will do when I get some Duck Legs I think.


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    Nice grub as always.


    Not sure if it’s been mentioned on here before, but i think its worth a shot if it hasn’t.
    And that’s “velveting” meat/prawns.
    Personally i use the cornstarch, egg white and rice vinegar method in water rather than oil and have been doing so for years.
    I tend to eat a lot of stir fry, Tom Yum etc etc and it really does make the difference for a little time spent. The pork, chicken or beef will be so much more juicy and tender.
    I had Fajitas tonight using that method which made me think of mentioning it.
    If you haven’t tried it, then do!
    Theres plenty on t’web about it.
    Enjoy.

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