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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Looks fine to me - I like lasagne to be a little brulé.

    Tonight it was lamb's liver and streaky bacon in an onion sauce, with mashed potato, carrots, green beans and brocolli.
    Any tips on prepping or cooking liver?
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    im slumming it tonight and bollocks to the cholesterol ....large lamb kofti ! yummy yummy yummy in my tummy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamie123 View Post
    im slumming it tonight and bollocks to the cholesterol ....large lamb kofti ! yummy yummy yummy in my tummy!
    Love it, loaded with chilli sauce and garlic mayo.
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    boom! thats my fav choice of sauce too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yomanze View Post
    Any tips on prepping or cooking liver?
    Roll and coat the liver in some seasoned plain flour, then fry in a little butter. (If you don't coat the liver it will weld itself to the pan.)
    Barry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Roll and coat the liver in some seasoned plain flour, then fry in a little butter. (If you don't coat the liver it will weld itself to the pan.)
    Thanks Barry I will give this a go. Not usually an offal fan, but with bacon and onion gravy am now going to try! Lamb liver in particular sounds appealing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamie123 View Post
    boom! thats my fav choice of sauce too
    Word.
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    Cool Not tea, but a late lunch instead....

    Today we're having Gravadlax of salmon with a rocket salad and home-made blinis, followed by Barnsley chop in a red wine jus, infused with fresh garlic and rosemary, with some chopped bacon lardons:



    The above will be accompanied with, aside from the honey-glazed carrots (as pictured above), hasselback potatoes and buttered baby spinach leaves. Today's specially-selected wine is a rather nice 2013 Brouilly, which we brought back from France a couple of years ago, and should marry well with the lamb:



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    You can keep the gravlax, but will have the rest . lamb looks scrumptious
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    Yesterday it was 10oz T-bone steaks (cooked medium rare) with mushrooms, carrots, peas, leek and boiled potatoes. 2015 Le Croix de Bordeaux

    Tonight it will be home made chicken tikka masala, with basmati rice, french beans, spinach, and brocolli. Washed down with some 2007 Pinot Grigio from Argentina: Argento Mendoza.
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