Change in the weather....

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Change in the weather....

Postby Fozzer » Sat Aug 18, 2018 4:51 am

..from a recent heatwave to cool and crispy!

So some nice heart-warming food is necessary to brighten the Soul...>>>

Saturday Morning.

A Very Large Saucepan

H2O from the Tap.

Chicken Stock Cubes.
Vegetable Stock Cubes.
Oxo Beef Cubes.
Bisto.

Roast Chicken bits. (Sainsbury's; £1)
Potatoes.
Carrots.
Parsnips.
Onions.
Leeks.
Garlic.
Cabbage.
Runner Beans.
Tomatoes.
Peppers.
Peas.
Ground Black Pepper.
Green Peppercorns.
Fresh Parsley.
Fresh Basil.

...and a little slice of Heaven!

Is there anything "fattening" amongst that lot?.... :think: ....!

When does a Stew become a Casserole?....

...and when does a Casserole become a Stew?...

.... ;) ....

The World needs to know!.... :D ....!

Saturday and the weather is a bit Poo... :? ...!

...but a nice Dins will sort that out.......with added red vino!...HIC!.... :dance: ...!

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Re: Change in the weather....

Postby Fozzer » Sat Aug 18, 2018 5:54 am

...and the result...>>>

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Enjoy....

..in your dreams!... :D...!
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Re: Change in the weather....

Postby Nighthawk117 » Sat Aug 18, 2018 10:28 am

looks delicious, hope it tastes as good as it looks
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Re: Change in the weather....

Postby Fozzer » Sat Aug 18, 2018 10:46 am

Nighthawk117 wrote:looks delicious, hope it tastes as good as it looks


Many thanks, Hawk!

A typical, home-cooked English meal, full of good things for you!

Guaranteed to tickle your taste-buds every time!

No Fast-foods here!.... ;) ...!

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Re: Change in the weather....

Postby dadam141 » Sun Aug 19, 2018 6:42 am

YUMMY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :violin: :violin: :violin: :violin: :violin: :violin: alittle dinner music!
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Re: Change in the weather....

Postby Anthindelahunt » Sun Aug 19, 2018 5:34 pm

Your doing it again Fozzer. :naughty:
You are a bad influence on me. :twisted:
My gut doth groweth larger. :o
My keyboard is developing rust stains. :doh:

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Re: Change in the weather....

Postby 511Flyer » Mon Aug 20, 2018 3:32 am

Wot, no dumplings!!!

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Re: Change in the weather....

Postby Fozzer » Mon Aug 20, 2018 4:46 am

511Flyer wrote:Wot, no dumplings!!!

:roll:


...a slight afterthought, Den.... :oops: ...

I remembered, when it was too late, that I had the Herby Dumpling mix at the back of my larder....

...but the next day I made the same meal again, ('cos it was so nice), and this time I included the Dumplings to complete the picture!

https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/gr ... g-mix-142g

I always include some dried mixed herbs with the Dumplings to make them even nicer!

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Re: Change in the weather....

Postby Fozzer » Mon Aug 20, 2018 4:52 am

Anthindelahunt wrote:Your doing it again Fozzer. :naughty:
You are a bad influence on me. :twisted:
My gut doth groweth larger. :o
My keyboard is developing rust stains. :doh:

Anthin. :shifty:


...sorry Anthin....

I do my best to lead you into the path of Home Cooking.....

...and all the joy that it brings!... :D ...!

It's a cool, dull, wet, miserable day again, today, but another hot, tasty meal will make it all fade into the background....

...trust me!

Paul.... :dance: ... :dance: ....!
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Re: Change in the weather....

Postby Zaphod » Mon Aug 20, 2018 12:39 pm

Hey Fozz...

Did you just give away your secret gravy recipe?

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Re: Change in the weather....

Postby Fozzer » Mon Aug 20, 2018 2:51 pm

Zaphod wrote:Hey Fozz...

Did you just give away your secret gravy recipe?

Zaph...


..... :o .....!

To find it, you would have to remove all the vegetables first, to reveal the luscious liquid, Zaph.... ;) ... ;) ...!

That is the source of the magic!

Paul...Magical Gravy... :D ....!

P.S...In that first recipe, I should have included....>>>

Pearl Barley.
Lentils.
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Re: Change in the weather....

Postby Polard55 » Thu Sep 06, 2018 2:56 am

This is looking yummy :dance:
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Re: Change in the weather....

Postby Sinkrate » Thu Sep 06, 2018 3:23 am

When does a Stew become a Casserole?....

...and when does a Casserole become a Stew?...


AFAIK, a “stew” is cooked on a hob in a pan and a “Casserole” is baked in an oven in a dish. Don’t take my word for it though; my idea of “cooking” is to pour boiling water into a Pot Noodle! :whistle:
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Re: Change in the weather....

Postby H » Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:28 am

Sinkrate wrote:AFAIK, a “stew” is cooked on a hob in a pan and a “Casserole” is baked in an oven in a dish.
Conventionally, perhaps, but I'm more accustomed to the radar-in-box, even for baking... a 4-to-3 ratio of softened ice cream [I use non-sugar] + self-rise flour, @ 8 minutes at 80% power = a quick-made sweet-bread to sop up on your plate (or bowl).


8-)


P.S. µ~ baking time is 'usually' @ 1/3 conventional, so @ 24min at 350° for the longer, conventional endeavor.
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Re: Change in the weather....

Postby Fozzer » Thu Sep 06, 2018 3:13 pm

H wrote:
Sinkrate wrote:AFAIK, a “stew” is cooked on a hob in a pan and a “Casserole” is baked in an oven in a dish.
Conventionally, perhaps, but I'm more accustomed to the radar-in-box, even for baking... a 4-to-3 ratio of softened ice cream [I use non-sugar] + self-rise flour, @ 8 minutes at 80% power = a quick-made sweet-bread to sop up on your plate (or bowl).


8-)


P.S. µ~ baking time is 'usually' @ 1/3 conventional, so @ 24min at 350° for the longer, conventional endeavor.


One of my sons, some 30+ years ago gave me his unwanted; "radar-in-a-box", (Microwave Oven), and from that day to this, I have never used it! It sits gloomily on my kitchen shelf whilst I have always enjoyed proper-cooking on and in my trusty English Electric, Beko, etc, Gas/Electric Stoves. I could never get used to the time necessary to cook various foods quickly and successfully in a Microwave Oven! I always prefer to cook things very slowly, (for hours), in a conventional Gas/Electric Oven or Hob. I can see what is going on!

My two loves in life:
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I need very little more!

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