Saturday, 10 December 2011

Hubble Bubble.

FOOOOD.

Take one smoked Saucisse de Morteau (or something similar), two chunky rashers of bacon (also smoked), some home grown spuds and carrots, and (shame on me) a jar of Spanish butter beans. Add fresh herbs, garlic, coarsely ground pepper, and enough water to cover; and simmer gently for about an hour.

Not only does this make a wonderfully warming winter stew (served with 'proper' home made Coleman's mustard, or a good parsley sauce), but it also makes a superb stock for your following day's soup.

Good old-fashioned vittles. Food like yer gran used to make. Fair-dinkum tucker.... And damn the diet.
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13 comments:

  1. It was, Kimmie. We tackled it last night!

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  2. I'll give you 1 euro for every inch of that saucisse you can shove up yer backside, Cro. We'll need video evidence though.

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  3. You owe me 25 Euros Tom.... Photo to follow!

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  4. Yum Yum! Sounds delicious! I have saved this page and will try!

    Anna :o]

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  5. Amen to that!! I love butter beans and the whole mix sounds delicious!!

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  6. If I weren't frightened of going under water, I'd be on a train within an hour, on my way to share your supper.

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  7. despirate dan food!!! I love it!!!

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  8. Good Gawd ! My grandmother's never cooked in their
    lives- that's what housekeepers were for Cro

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  9. Yes, I like good old fashioned vittles. Enjoy. I, myself am going out to eat and won't have to do the dishes.

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  10. That sounds like something to warm you up on a cold day. Delish.

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