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18-04-2011 19:04 #601
18-04-2011 19:05 #602
18-04-2011 22:06 #603
Lambjamb- I see you're truly passionate about lamb!
As for formal grammar education - the only grammar instruction I received at school was from LOTE classes.
I saw some 'cashwews' for sale at the local fruit shop.
19-04-2011 06:10 #604
19-04-2011 06:17 #605
^ Okay, google says the difference is the meat only. It makes no difference whether either dish has vegetables included in the recipe, but Cottage Pie uses beef and Shepherd's Pie uses lamb.
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19-04-2011 11:12 #606-
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- in them thar hills
Cooking Time Prep time 25 mins, cook 1 hr
Classic British dish - mutton/lamb with onion, carrot, peas and garlic
1 tbsp olive oil 1 onion, finely chopped 1 carrot, finely chopped 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 1 fresh bay leaf 800 gm minced lamb 2 tbsp tomato paste 250 ml (1 cup) brown chicken stock125 ml red wine 60 ml (¼ cup) Worcestershire sauce 120 gm (1 cup) peas1 cup (loosely packed) flat-leaf parsley, coarsely chopped Creamy mash800 gm desiree potatoes, coarsely chopped 250 ml (1 cup) pouring cream 100 gm butter, softened
1 Preheat oven to 200C. Heat oil in a pan over medium heat. Add onion, carrot, garlic and bay leaf and cook until vegetables are soft and start to colour (7-10 minutes). Season to taste, add mince and stir, breaking up mince with back of spoon until brown (5-7 minutes). Add tomato paste and stir to combine. Add stock, wine and Worcestershire sauce, bring to the boil, reduce heat to low and simmer until sauce is thick (20-25 minutes). Stir through peas and parsley and season to taste. 2 Meanwhile, for creamy mash, place potatoes in a pan and cover with cold salted water. Bring to the boil over medium heat and cook until tender (10-15 minutes). Drain potatoes and return to pan. Add cream and butter and mash until smooth. Season to taste. 3 Divide mince mixture between four 2 cup-capacity ovenproof dishes. Top with potato and bake until golden (10-15 minutes). Serve with extra Worcestershire sauce to the side.
Now that we have that sorted...
19-04-2011 13:40 #607
I read a friend's Facebook status the other day and cringed... it was : "name" is sitting on the bed trying to egnour the kids.
She meant ignore. Egnour??????? What the...??
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19-04-2011 13:47 #608
In a Letters to the Editor this morning a contributor has used the word perswade instead of persuade And that is how it was printed
The newspaper I found this in is notorious for spelling mistakes and grammatical errors, even naming local landmarks incorrectly
19-04-2011 14:11 #609
20-04-2011 14:01 #610
"For all intensive purposes."
I think this one has been mentioned before but I just saw it again and it gave me a giggle!
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