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I had some leftover roast beef and decided to use it up by making a casserole. I do like buying larger than necessary joints of meat, because they cook more evenly than a small joint, you get to use the … Continue reading
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June 4th 2012 I know it’s been hotter than July, but the temperature has dropped again (just in time for the Jubilee) and I noticed beef osso buco in the butchers for £5.50. This is cheaper than my usual veal osso … Continue reading
February 17th, 2012 There seemed to be quite some enthusiasm for bone marrow after I mentioned Marek’s sausages last week and the next time I went in to the butchers the discussion continued in that vein – more sausages, Fergus … Continue reading
February 4th 2012 Marek the Butcher had some more sausages for me to try this week – beef and chilli. Marek said these contained ground beef, black pepper, chilli, paprika, red pepper and turmeric. In conversation he mentioned that beef … Continue reading
January 14th, 2012 I had an email earlier in the week from Marek the Butcher. He was experimenting with sausage recipes and wondered if I’d like to try his new Argentinian style sausages – of course I said yes! The … Continue reading