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    Roy, you really should stop having those intimate little dinners for two......unless someone else is eating with you.

    P.s. where’s the bread and butta these days?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnJo View Post
    Roy, you really should stop having those intimate little dinners for two......unless someone else is eating with you.

    P.s. where’s the bread and butta these days?
    I know, there was far too much food for one, I had to leave some of the salad

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    Red Leicester and Monterey Jack Jalepeno Focaccia rolls just out of the oven.


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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Red Leicester and Monterey Jack Jalepeno Focaccia rolls just out of the oven.

    Good combo!


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    Yup, those look well tasty!

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    Thumbs up Traditional Coratian dish: Sarma (cabbage leaves and peppers stuffed with rice/pork)

    Del makes this from time to time during the winter months, as it's really hearty and tasty! First, the prep (cabbage leaves have been boiled and stuffed/wrapped around the pork):





    Into the pan with some of the stuffed peppers:



    Cooking away nicely with some garlic, smoked paprika, passata and tomato puree added:



    Served up and enjoyed with some crusty bread:




    ....and a stonking full-bodied red wine from the Pfalz area of Germany!

    Yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Del makes this from time to time during the winter months, as it's really hearty and tasty! First, the prep (cabbage leaves have been boiled and stuffed/wrapped around the pork):





    Into the pan with some of the stuffed peppers:



    Cooking away nicely with some garlic, smoked paprika, passata and tomato puree added:



    Served up and enjoyed with some crusty bread:




    ....and a stonking full-bodied red wine from the Pfalz area of Germany!

    Yum!

    Marco.
    Good hearty Winter fud! Looks delish.


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    rolls look good... ive got scotch broth on the stove.... well i think thats what its to be
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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Good hearty Winter fud! Looks delish.


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    i'll do without the cabbage, but the rest looks fine
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    Thanks, guys... It was delish. Cabbage is very good for you, and super-tasty if cooked right!

    In this recipe though, it's really just a carrier for the rice and pork

    Marco.
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