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Discussion in 'Lovely Grub' started by santaman2000, Aug 20, 2013.

  1. British Red

    British Red M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    This will make Mary laugh - I had a Vegan supper! I was trying to explain to a lass who wanted to get her husband to eat more healthily that he could still eat bloke food (she was of the "make him eat steamed fish" persuasion). He had simply been refusing to eat the stuff. I said I could cook a vegan meal he would eat full of home grown veggies. She swore I couldn't.

    [​IMG]Vegan Meal by British Red, on Flickr

    I sent her this photo. She showed him and he asked "why can't you cook food like that, I'll eat it"

    I am not expecting a card this year :)
     
  2. Robson Valley

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    Baked Crab Rangoon, reheated baked potato smothered in fine dice green onion, steamed garden veggies.
    Get a craving for fishy things, tomorrow might be squid rings, disgustingly deep fried.
     
  3. British Red

    British Red M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    Blimey that sounds nice Colin!

    ETA Whoops - that was on the page before :eek:
     
  4. Toddy

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    :D

    I don't know why some folks don't think Vegans eat ordinary things :dunno:
    That looks like a good dinner to me BR :D
    I'd love that oniony goodness of your gravy, did you make the 'sausages' yourself ?
    I quite fancy Colin's recipe for his ones, but I have a glut of pumpkiny things to use up and am trying to concoct something that'll work for stuffing sausage rolls.

    M
     
  5. British Red

    British Red M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    The sausages are Quorn, the potatoes are home grown Maris Peer scrubbed in their skins, boiled and mashed skins and all.

    The peas are home grown "Telegraph Tall" and just flash boiled

    The onions are home grown "Ailsa Craig" skillet sauteed in a spray of EV olive oil with a few field mushrooms

    The gravy is a simple thickened vegetable stock coloured with caramalised onion and thickened with cornflour.

    The wholegrain mustard is home made using home grown brown and yellow mustard seed and home made wine.

    I really must learn to make sausages - its a big gap in my culinary armoury - if I can make pumpkin ravioli, I'm sure I can do a snorker!


    I fear I may be kicked out of "only eat things with a face" club now :(
     
  6. santaman2000

    santaman2000 M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    I'm not close to being vegan (although I do like my veg!) but that meal looks extremely good to me.
     
  7. Klenchblaize

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    ‎Last night I was mostly eating:
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    Braised Squirrel & Fresh (Frozen) Peas‎

    Ingredients:
    Young squirrel ‎
    Peas
    Mint leaves
    Baby onions 
    Lardons of bacon 
    Butter 
    Little gem lettuce‎
    Salt/Pepper 
    Glug of white wine (optional)‎

    Method:
    Remove as much meat as you can from 3 young squirrel and chop into bite-size chunks. 
    Heat some butter in a big pan and throw in the squirrel and lardons to cook out, soften and colour.
    Roughly chop the lettuce.‎
    Add the onions to the squirrel/lardons and fry gently.
    Add the lettuce and mint leaves and a little salt. Stir well and tip in the peas.‎
    Stir round well to mix.‎
    Cover and simmer until tender, stirring from time to time and, if you must, dribble a little white wine to prolong reduction.
    Keep all the steam in the braise. 
    Add a little butter from time to time.‎
    Season as necessary. 

    Serve with chunks of fresh sourdough bread laden with a lightly salted butter of choice. 

    Drink the remaining white wine.  

    I consider this the finest dish for converting the non believers but the squirrel or rabbit must be young unless you wish to perpetuate the myth that game is tougher than Ray Mears' underpants.  

    Enjoy!


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  8. Robson Valley

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    Scratch-made pizza tonight: my crust and my sauce.
    #1 sliced apple/pecan/Roquefort & Rosemary. Mozza on top.
    #2 green peppers, Mexican salami, maybe black olives, Jalapeno Jack cheese on top.
     
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    on monday i went for a short walk before work and found a palm-sized puddle of fresh blood- not even coagulated and bright red. i started to follow the trail of blood drops when i heard a shot from close-by so i knew **animal put out of misery** and continued my walk [ on a dirt road]. shortly after the successful hunter called me from maybe hundred metres of the road so i walked over and we had some sort of chat [ language barrier...], i helped drag his deer[ good-sized stag] to the road and load onto his truck before heading back to where i live and work for brekkie. later this morning the hunter dropped past and brought me two bags of meat and the tongue for my small help- so -incl. two BBQ after work with some workmates- i have been eating sika since one week for diner:D.... .today i threw the last pieces into my stew...
     
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    Home-made smoked mackerel fishcakes, baked cauliflower cheese , steamed greens & leeks. [​IMG]
     
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    Sounds just the job, Ian :)
     
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    That sounds pretty awesome Ian :) I'm really look I g forward to getting back to my parents for Christmas and breaking out my smoker.

    Busy emptying the fridge in preparation for leaving on Sunday. Half a side of smoked salmon and a cook ham on the bone :)
     
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    I had leeks fried in butter tonight..haven't had leeks for a while. I always forget how good they are.
     
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    Fried chicken (fried after a short marinade in buttermilk) mashed potatoes with chicken gravy, green beans, and fried green tomatoes.
     
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    Last night: BBQ shredded chicken, sauteed cabbage, potato salad, Bahamian sweet rolls, and iced tea.
     
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    Fish, potatoes, onions. Beet/onion/cucumber pickle. Saskatoon berry fruit pie.
     
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    I'll be having this little beauty with a blue cheese sauce later this evening :)
     
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    Oh very nice :D puts me in the notion. I haven't had blue cheese sauce in a while, and I'm fond of those brassicas :)

    We're repairing one of the sheds today, and it's supposed to rain tomorrow, so it needs done this afternoon; cooking's low on my agenda right now. We've stopped for a salad lunch and I'm clearing my emails, etc.,
    I 'think' it'll just be gluten free spaghetti with home made mushroom bolognese stuff tonight.

    M
     
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    Bacon, onion, cheese and potato pie, all bound together with 4 local eggs. We're full.
     
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    BBQ chicken with rub & apple wood smoke, cous-cous salad, haven't thought any further than that.
     

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