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On 4/6/2022 at 12:46 PM, Itinerant Peasant said:

Keeping the low carb dream alive ; ) 

Rice paper rolls....

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Still working out the best methodology but getting some better results more recently...

 

IP…. Really appetising 👍

What’s the problem- is the rice paper ripping? Maybe chop the contents smaller? Just a thought - looks yummy mate!

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LOBETHAL BIREHAUS

Lunch at the Bierhaus at Lobethal today, Heather had Meat Loaf & I the Pulled Pork Burger - both vey nice, drinks -  Bohemian Pilsner & Pale Ale, just had a couple as we had a couple earlier at the Brewery.

I shouted myself a Growler of Pils, why not ?

 

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2 hours ago, interceptor said:

Which is???

Gypsy sauce : https://mydinner.co.uk/zigeuner-sauce/

I fry up sliced onions, red and green peppers and garlic, then add some chopped tomatoes, tomato paste and a bit of veggie stock. Aftwards add a few chopped gherkins and some of the vinegar from the jar. I wouldn't put ketchup in like they suggest in the recipe.

It goes great with pork chops/cutlets, chicken steaks etc.

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2 hours ago, Classic Brewing Co said:

LOBETHAL BIREHAUS

Lunch at the Bierhaus at Lobethal today, Heather had Meat Loaf & I the Pulled Pork Burger - both vey nice, drinks -  Bohemian Pilsner & Pale Ale, just had a couple as we had a couple earlier at the Brewery.

I shouted myself a Growler of Pils, why not ?

Looks great Phil ! Lovely day for it too 🙂

The brew on site by the looks of it

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2 hours ago, interceptor said:

Beef curry with broccolini.
Little curry powder, cumin, coriander, curry leaves and fennel

- was really good actually

 

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Looks really good mate ! Nice and balanced, and not overflowing the plate (something I tend to do...)

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25 minutes ago, stquinto said:

Looks great Phil ! Lovely day for it too 🙂

The brew on site by the looks of it

Yep full on Brewery he is about to can his beer for resale & already supplies a few local pubs & sells Corny's full ranging from $70-100 on a swap over basis.

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29 minutes ago, stquinto said:

Looks great Phil ! Lovely day for it too 🙂

The brew on site by the looks of it

2 minutes ago, Classic Brewing Co said:

Yep full on Brewery he is about to can his beer for resale & already supplies a few local pubs & sells Corny's full ranging from $70-100 on a swap over basis.

Correction

The above applies to the JoeBrew Brewery, the Bierhaus already sells his in glass & cans.

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16 hours ago, stquinto said:

Bit of a celebration tonight - I came really close to f#*king up royally at work (nearly burnt out 5K€ of fibre-optic connectors with a too-strong signal) so champagne it is 😅

Five-week dry aged sirloin, no time to reverse-sear it unfortunately, but it’ll be ok. 
Phew!

 

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Glad to hear that the connectors survived!!

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A visiting mate who was coming back from Vic kindly brought me some of these along : )

(He had hoped to visit on the way down but as the weather was feral he went further out West instead... so I missed out on the lovely cryovacced T-Bone Steak he was bringing off his own recent killer... might have to go and visit him to get one of those haha!)

But these festive snaggledogs come with good reports so will be nice to try them out : )

Some of you locals around Melbin might know them already?

The net suggests they are somewhat legendary : )

Beulah Meat Products' Sweet Chili Chorizo 'Sausage' won the Silver Medal of the Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC) 2017 Sausage King Competition

Me mate brought some festive Salumi as well - will post those when I get to them (on the right page of course... goodness... imagine what heat I would cop from Ceptor @interceptor if I posted them on the wrong page 🙃)


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3 hours ago, Itinerant Peasant said:

The net suggests they are somewhat legendary : )

Interesting. No "preservatives" but red food colour. Semantics aside, let us know how they are.

11 minutes ago, Classic Brewing Co said:

Lam Leg Steaks

That lamb looks sensational.

11 minutes ago, Classic Brewing Co said:

100 day Grainfed

What is the appeal of that?

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Just now, interceptor said:

Interesting. No "preservatives" but red food colour. Semantics aside, let us know how they are.

That lamb looks sensational.

What is the appeal of that?

Dunn'o I was in the Butcher's & he had them on special so I bought a couple, I agree the lamb is nice, I have had them before, garlic, lemon, rosemary, cracked pepper, sea salt, olive oil & cook them medium then rest, tender as. 🍷

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10 minutes ago, Classic Brewing Co said:

Dunn'o I was in the Butcher's & he had them on special

Sounds like a feedlot?!

Do you salt them as well as pepper? For years when working as a chef I was told not to. But it's good, especially overnight. (dry brining)

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