Another 10,000 posts of your dinner

The beans took 4 hours to cook.

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Was the lamb braised with the beans or did you roast it separately?

Out for lunch yesterday:

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Starter was a “perfect egg” served with braid beans and savoury. So good I forgot to photograph before polishing it off. I had veal fillet that was so tender I could have eaten it with a spoon. The Wench had the onglet with pepper sauce.

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My wife did it separately.

I have an order in for some Veal from a local farm shop.
T-bone, and about an inch thick.

Let’s hope he can come up with the goods :crossed_fingers:

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Rose veal, I hope

It’s locally farmed. In communication we don’t use the term Rose while discussing veal.
To me it’s simply a label to make some people feel better.

All the baby boy cows around here are treated well before being slaughtered.

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I don’t think white veal has been a thing in this country for years. Brexit Britain will be changing that, I imagine…

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I did have an elderly client at one of the chalets ask if we could get some “proper white veal” when they saw I had Blanquette de Veau on the menu. Classy.

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Slow cooked hoisin pork.

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Jesus Christ someone left that toilet a right mess.

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The finished article looks very nice indeed.

This however, looks like a Lopwell bog on Sunday morning :grinning:

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:joy::joy:

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Adequate tea earlier this evening.

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Yeah, sorry about that :disappointed:

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Looks decent enough to me :ok_hand:

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Still learning how the framing of the camera on the phone works. Badly, obvs.

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Balsamic and lemon chicken, Greek stylee fetta/bean salad with chorizo, and lemony, apple, coleslaw.

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Atlantic prawns with mushrooms and garlic, cooked in a white wine reduction tossed through fresh tagliatelle.

Which was nice

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