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    Made some Boston Baked Beans today...cooked a thick 1 1/2 inch pork chop...made some mushroom gravy with the pan drippings..

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    Chicken parmesan with a side of spaghetti w/meat sauce, and fresh baked Italian bread with garlic butter.

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    Was actually Sundays dinner made by the boy.

    Haggis neeps and patties, and a glass of old style irn bru.

    He also made a pepper sauce, and it was a damned good sauce.

    He is only seven though so I supervised, and peeled the turnip, but all the cutting cooking and mixing was him. He did not too bad.

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    Never had Haggis. But if I were, it'd have to be where it originates from, or from someone who's lived there and made it many times. How would u describe the flavor.? What's it reminiscent of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by outback View Post
    Never had Haggis. But if I were, it'd have to be where it originates from, or from someone who's lived there and made it many times. How would u describe the flavor.? What's it reminiscent of.
    A good haggis has a rare of spice to it, peppery and nutmeg.

    The texture is of soft crumbly oats, stodgy almost.

    Hope that was a sufficient description.

    It's similar to black pudding, it not quite as strong a flavour. Alas I have never made one, but I don't imagine the process is too far from making sausages, so might give it a whirl next year.

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    It’s snowing out....so was hankering for some Beef Stroganoff....hit the spot !

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    Ooohh that looks great nessmuck. Makin' me hungry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tathra11 View Post
    Ooohh that looks great nessmuck. Makin' me hungry
    What would you guys in Australia call it.

    An aligator/crocodile nest?

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    So a couple of weeks ago I was making the rounds of all the thrift stores looking for crystal and fine glassware, and ran into a pile of these, apparently NOS in the box, for $5, and on impulse I grabbed one. Tonight I finally took it on its maiden voyage and made some mini meat pies.
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    For filling I just took a 12oz can of walmart generic roast beef, drained off the juice and thickened it with Tony's instant roux, seasoned with Lipton onion soup mix and Slap Ya Mama, mashed and added the meat, and cooked it down a bit. Using store bought pie crust made this a pretty quick and easy project. I had already ate, (crawfish and shrimp chowder) and wife is dieting, so I will eat them tomorrow.

    I suspect these pie makers simply didn't sell well locally and got pulled from a store's shelves because in Louisiana, hand pies whether baked or fried, are always the half-moon type, and nobody wanted to try making round ones.

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    Garden greens and sausage on a bed of white jasmine rice. Most of the greens are the outer leaves from a cabbage I harvested a couple days ago, the last of the 2023 crop. The head is in the fridge, with the last cauliflower of 2023. Meanwhile I just planted the 2024 okra and onions today, and tomorrow I will plant tomatoes and jalapeņos.

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