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Old 30.10.2012, 18:33
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Sausage casserole nom nom
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Old 30.10.2012, 18:35
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Courgette and watercress soup, with bay leaves and a drizzle of creme fraiche.
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Old 30.10.2012, 18:38
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Homemade pizza.
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Old 30.10.2012, 18:47
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Vegetarian shepherds pie followed by pear and banana crumble with custard.
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Old 30.10.2012, 18:56
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Homemade spicy carrot, pumpkin and butterbean soup with crusty bread. Lovely on a chilly day.
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Old 01.11.2012, 08:20
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Baked Ziti ... yummmmmm
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Old 02.11.2012, 09:44
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Spinach pie (last night).

Tonight, a liver terrine as well as some sweetbreads and boned quail in gelee I made the other day.

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Old 02.11.2012, 09:58
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Last night ..... savoury mince on white maize, cooked apple slices with cinnamon, red cabbage.

First time I`ve ever cooked red cabbage the "swiss" way ..... with vinegar, sugar, raisens, apples, s & p - came out quite tasty and was acceptable! tasted a bit like Sauerkraut.

Tonight....? Dunno, it`s Friday night ... maybe just heat up some vegetable soup from the freezer, and the bread baked last night (6 corn/dinkel)
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Old 04.11.2012, 20:18
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Simple fare: Smoked salmon on toasted Zopf with horseradish spread, sliced Gruyère and Boskop apples — and a bottle of Chasselas.
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Bowl of cereal- been to a nice concert (Romandie Youth Orchestra) - and can't be asked (yeah I know, that's the way I spell it).

Lunch was pork fillet mignons with home found/dried St Georges mushrooms and cream, with mixed basmati/wild rice and green beans- which was yummy.

Run out of my allocated EF ration - so

Steinpilz = bolets in CH = Ceps in France = porcini in Italy. This year has been one of the best season ever for them - got basketfuls, all safely dried and stashed away now.

BTW, what is the German for 'morilles' - its 'spugnole' in Italian if I remember correctly and of course, morels in English.

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Old 04.11.2012, 21:09
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Steinpiltz and Shropshire Blue Risotto. My risottos are always great, this was the best ever. You can use almost any good blue cheese, but the Shropshire gives a great golden colour to show off the fried mushrooms.

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Old 04.11.2012, 22:02
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Steinpiltz and Shropshire Blue Risotto.
Whoow... that's looks delicious. I just ate but your picture got me hungry all over again!
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Old 04.11.2012, 22:11
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Bowl of cereal- been to a nice concert (Romandie Youth Orchestra) - and can't be asked (yeah I know, that's the way I spell it).

Lunch was pork fillet mignons with home found/dried St Georges mushrooms and cream, with mixed basmati/wild rice and green beans- which was yummy.
...was for the latter, not the former (...'not that there's anything wrong with that'...).
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Old 04.11.2012, 22:14
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Steinpiltz and Shropshire Blue Risotto. My risottos are always great, this was the best ever. You can use almost any good blue cheese, but the Shropshire gives a great golden colour to show off the fried mushrooms.

Drool ... but what is Steinpiltz??!
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Old 04.11.2012, 22:17
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Drool ... but what is Steinpiltz??!
Porcini.
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Old 07.11.2012, 22:29
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Homemade Cornish pasties. Nom nom nom.
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Old 07.11.2012, 23:15
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Homemade Cornish pasties. Nom nom nom.
Did you make them? (my favourite)
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Old 07.11.2012, 23:38
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Beef stew made in a crock pot that we bought on a recent trip to the UK, and posted back here. Was still cheaper than buying one from here!
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Old 08.11.2012, 10:37
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Did you make them? (my favourite)
Yep made by my own fair hands!
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Old 09.11.2012, 23:18
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Homemade chile con carne topped with cheddar cheese, Jalapeño slices, and a dollop of sour cream.
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