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    I used to make my own bbq ribs.
    They were very popular.
    I don't make them now. Hard getting good ribs at a decent price plus being short on teeth lol
    .. Still, I know the secret recipe, and only me
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    I used to make my own bbq ribs.
    They were very popular.
    I don't make them now. Hard getting good ribs at a decent price plus being short on teeth lol
    .. Still, I know the secret recipe, and only me
    Lol.. Bet it would be good!

    No problem getting good ribs here. The butchers generally always have them. We bought a 'sheet' of them for £6, and that was only half portion, so what I had tonight cost £3. You wouldn't have needed any teeth either, as the meat just fell of the bone (cooked slowly in the oven, on a low heat for 2 hours).

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    I used to make my own bbq ribs.
    They were very popular.
    I don't make them now. Hard getting good ribs at a decent price plus being short on teeth lol
    .. Still, I know the secret recipe, and only me
    Always on the look out for good rib recipe
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    Thumbs up Sunday Lunch, Chez-Marco...

    Slow-cooked Welsh lamb shank with Harissa, on a bed of homemade Moroccan couscous (with butter, raisins ,sautéed.onions, garlic, red peppers and peas), and finished off with some fresh mint:





    ...and washed down with a nice bottle of Rioja Reserva.

    Scrummy!

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    Confit duck legs, roast tatties (done in the duck fat, with some added rosemary) and some lightly steamed greens... pics to follow
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    Quote Originally Posted by hifilover View Post
    Confit duck legs, roast tatties (done in the duck fat, with some added rosemary) and some lightly steamed greens... pics to follow


    Bigger than you...

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    Cooked & served

    Oh and with a watcher from a distance









    The residual duck fat has been strained and set aside in a jar to keep for future cooking
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    Carp with potatoes


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  9. #6779
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    Sweet Chilli Chicken from Wasabi.



    very good that. would have that again...spicy tho... you'd pay a fair whack in a good chinese for something that good
    Regards,
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    RIP Terry... "We use only the finest baby frogs, dew picked and flown from Iraq, cleansed in finest quality spring water, lightly killed, and then sealed in a succulent Swiss quintuple smooth treble cream milk chocolate envelope and lovingly frosted with glucose."

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    Braised steak


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