Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

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thebraketester

10,771 posts

100 months

Thursday 21st January
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Here you go R56....



And as above. The richness come from a thicker roux, rather than any amount of cream.

ApOrbital

8,191 posts

80 months

Thursday 21st January
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You are a star just what i have been looking for thanks.

AlvinSultana

627 posts

111 months

Thursday 21st January
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Prawn and Pea risotto.








Lee Jones Jnr

867 posts

132 months

Thursday 21st January
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Jambo85

2,224 posts

50 months

Friday 22nd January
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Lee Jones Jnr said:
That'll keep you regular!

Melman Giraffe

6,570 posts

180 months

Friday 22nd January
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Lee Jones Jnr said:
Honey? for dinner?

amusingduck

9,010 posts

98 months

Friday 22nd January
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'Instant' demi-glace
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4WLUMS7Ung

Looks worth a try! smile

miniman

21,679 posts

224 months

Friday 22nd January
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Audis5b9 said:
Leek risotto, crispy leeks, ham hock and pistachio terrine and pea purée

Nice action thumbup

Lee Jones Jnr

867 posts

132 months

Friday 22nd January
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Melman Giraffe said:
Honey? for dinner?
Two trillion bees can’t be wrong.

Melman Giraffe

6,570 posts

180 months

Friday 22nd January
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Lee Jones Jnr said:
Melman Giraffe said:
Honey? for dinner?
Two trillion bees can’t be wrong.
Cant argue with that

Clive Milk

192 posts

2 months

Friday 22nd January
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The red cabbage a nice contrast.


Melman Giraffe

6,570 posts

180 months

Friday 22nd January
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did you have a power cut?

RC1807

9,747 posts

130 months

Friday 22nd January
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thebraketester said:
Here you go R56....



And as above. The richness come from a thicker roux, rather than any amount of cream.
Looks like a JOliver book font?

Jambo85

2,224 posts

50 months

Friday 22nd January
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RC1807 said:
thebraketester said:
Here you go R56....



And as above. The richness come from a thicker roux, rather than any amount of cream.
Looks like a JOliver book font?
Hairy Bikers pie book, it's brilliant.

thebraketester

10,771 posts

100 months

Friday 22nd January
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^ Correct. Hairy bikers.... Great book

dickymint

19,037 posts

220 months

Friday 22nd January
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Lee Jones Jnr said:
Your bees? if not can you share the details please. I'm nursing two hives through this winter and looking to expand next year and comb honey looks a good way to cover my costs.

Audis5b9

245 posts

34 months

Friday 22nd January
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Beef Welly sans duxelles (caramelised onion instead)


miniman

21,679 posts

224 months

Friday 22nd January
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miniman said:
Audis5b9 said:
Leek risotto, crispy leeks, ham hock and pistachio terrine and pea purée

Nice action thumbup
My variation: leek risotto, duck, crispy leeks and juniper, cranberry & port... uh.. sauce I guess.


Origin Unknown

1,743 posts

131 months

Friday 22nd January
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amusingduck said:
'Instant' demi-glace
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4WLUMS7Ung

Looks worth a try! smile
I'm in, I'm committed to steak on Sunday night in place of our usual roasty. I shall report back. Thanks for the link.

Jambo85

2,224 posts

50 months

Friday 22nd January
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dickymint said:
Lee Jones Jnr said:
Your bees? if not can you share the details please. I'm nursing two hives through this winter and looking to expand next year and comb honey looks a good way to cover my costs.
YMMV but I struggle to sell it - most people don’t know what it is or how to eat it and you need to charge a premium for it to cover waste and not getting the wax back. It’s a beekeeper perk for me mostly!