Pork Fat Therapy/ What are you eating?


#3394

ditto


#3395

Coffee is wonderful, coffee cake less so.


#3396

Everything is lovely :+1:


#3397

Coffee is wonderful. So is cake. And walnuts.


#3398

Dinner tonight;
Me: Asparagus, poached duck egg.
Narelle: Mackeral fillet with beetroot puree
Me: Ox cheek with Dauphinoise and artichoke puree
Narelle: Lamb rump with sauteed new potatoes.
Me: Ginger sponge with Creme Anglais
Narelle: Cheese


#3399

Thanks I now have the munchies


#3400

Is lamb rump what used to be known (and still is by me) as a chump chop? :thinking:


#3401

possibly. It has always been my understanding that they are effectively the same cut, but a chump chop still has the bone in, and a rump steak hadn’t. Although I think the term rump is being used more often, as the consumer is more likely to understand what it is and which part of the lamb it comes from.


#3402

Eh, I don’t know much about sheep anatomy, but even I know they don’t have chops in their backside…:thinking:


#3403

My father was a butcher and we had chump chops until I was sick of the sight of them. I don’t remember them having bones in them :thinking:


#3404

lamb_cuts-1


#3405

Currently making currywurst Schell imbiss stylee


#3406

Spicy, Asian flavoured chicken pot roast with goosey pots. Hybrid meal FTW :+1:


#3407


#3408

Apt. Sam’s drunkenly decided to cook… She’s actually hugely capable, but highly unpredictable - apart from the mess - should take me the rest of the week to get cleaned-up…


#3409

Stuffed and rolled belly pork with all the trimmings.

I too am now stuffed, and so full that I may also be rolled.


#3410

I have the asymetrical outlook…


#3411

Vietnamese crab and asparagus soup.


#3412

Green curry. Beef lok lak. Vietnamese stir fry.


#3413

wewantplates.com