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

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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    9 hours later...



    Resultant gravy and pan ready for spuds...



    Veg (carrots, peppers and sweet potato with olive oil, sea salt, thyme and a splash of balsamic) ready for oven...



    and this puppy as an accompanying tipple...






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    Nice wine, had one in a recent Naked wines delivery, need to try that Brisket recipe looks good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    +1000... Especially the Yorkies! Great wine choice too, Tony

    Are you familiar with Salice Salentino? It's a rather lovely super-smooth, very fruity, full-bodied red from the Puglia region o Italy, and one of my favs!

    Marco.
    Cheers!

    Bought a few bottles of the Salice Salentino on the strength of Patat’s Appassimento, which I loved. It went down really well, will definitely get some more.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rmcin626 View Post
    Nice wine, had one in a recent Naked wines delivery, need to try that Brisket recipe looks good.
    It made a lovely ‘gravy’. Soaked the leftover cold cuts in it and made a great baguette with tomato, grilled peppers and horseradish.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    It made a lovely ‘gravy’. Soaked the leftover cold cuts in it and made a great baguette with tomato, grilled peppers and horseradish.


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    Tasty, making me hungry
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    Cool Today's lunch...

    Ok, to put the starter into some context, if you check the gardening thread you'll see that I was over at my dad's place earlier and took some pics, one of which was of the courgette plants in his greenhouse:



    So.... Spying some of the flowers on the courgette plants, Del decided to make a Tuscan classic, which is fried courgette flowers, stuffed with ricotta, parmesan cheese and chopped fresh basil, served with a fresh tomato and basil sauce:





    Followed by, as mentioned earlier, homemade steak pie with shortcrust pastry, assorted veg, hasselback potatoes and mash, with homemade gravy:





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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Ok, to put the starter into some context, if you check the gardening thread you'll see that I was over at my dad's place earlier and took some pics, one of which was of the courgette plants in his greenhouse:



    So.... Spying some of the flowers on the courgette plants, Del decided to make a Tuscan classic, which is fried courgette flowers, stuffed with ricotta, parmesan cheese and chopped fresh basil, served with a fresh tomato and basil sauce:





    Followed by, as mentioned earlier, homemade steak pie with shortcrust pastry, hasselback potatoes, assorted veg and mash, with homemade gravy:



    Marco.
    Top notch from Del as always!

    Was actually thinking about doing something with courgettes tonight


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    Ah it was a Zucchini plant then... very similar plant to the cucumber ; I never grew them much, just a couple of times in my dads greenhouse years ago. pie looks tasty i like a juicy pi
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    Some tasty looking food there!

    My breakfast today.
    Asparagus from the garden and a freshly laid egg from my chickens..


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    Quote Originally Posted by InThe Sticks View Post
    Some tasty looking food there!

    My breakfast today.
    Asparagus from the garden and a freshly laid egg from my chickens..

    That’s my kind of brekky! Tasty


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    Awesome stuff, Gary. I'm not a black pudding fan, but the rest looks superb... You can't beat cooking with your own produce!

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    Other Cartridges: Nippon Columbia (NOS 1987) Denon DL-103. USA-made Shure SC35C with NOS stylus. Goldring G820 with NOS stylus. Shure M55E with NOS stylus.

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