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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Nothing gets wasted

    10 hour Brisket Curry & Mango Chutney pasties






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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Looks brilliant. M&S Steak & Ale?
    Chicken and leek. Was better than the steak
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    Melt in the mouth lamb

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    Wow - those pasties look tremendous, Tony Granty, welcome to the land of veg!! Pie looked decent, too...

    Talking of not wasting stuff... Got some bananas that are just a bit too ripe to eat on their own? Well, peel 'em, slice 'em up and flambeť them in rum, making a sauce with that and some melted butter and brown sugar - and serve:





    ...then top with a fresh sprig of mint! Often I have that with a ball of vanilla ice-cream on the side, but just the nanas tonight, and it was yumsters!

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    Quote Originally Posted by InThe Sticks View Post


    Melt in the mouth lamb
    Iím not really a lamb fan but that looks fantastic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by InThe Sticks View Post


    Melt in the mouth lamb
    Perfectly cooked lamb there 'Jon' - and love the 'French trim' you've done to effectively create some 'lamb lollipops''!

    Are those Dauphinoise potatoes, top left? I also like how you've cooked the veg. I'm presuming steamed?

    Should've made your own mint sauce, though!

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    I always steam veggies, boiling just murders any goodness that was in them.

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    Totally agree... So were they Dauphinoise potatoes?

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    Indeed they were, layer upon layer of double cream, milk, nutneg and Cheddar.

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    Nice one. Looks good

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