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They call it steak, but not always beef steak.

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hi all ,
whats with this topic name " cooks challenge " ? do we have the sites very own " hells kitchen " or " cant cook , wont cook " going on here , on the cooking on a boat topic ? saying that another idea for the meet up ! Evil Grin  
cheers

steve and vicky

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hows about steak and ale pie,
black pepper beef,
steak and mushroom suet pudding..

ive got a long list of beef dishes, so maybe sometime on a cold january night i might sit and post a few up!

richard hows about an vege challenge?

julia   Smile

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What I would like to see is the old Norfolk receips coming out hot possets, sylibubs, and the red bishops, if only to let poor old hawk ako treehugger see what he is missing. Bring on the Norfolk Swimmers and the Gosgog Pies, even the coddled eggs and the bread and dripping Wink

A very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year's Boating to all forum members  Bill...

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Ahh. Bread and drip. Now that is a recipe that I can cope with - providing I can buy a pot of dripping.

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I suddenly feel very queasy!  Frown   Frown


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RED BISHOP??? The mind truely boggles! Blush

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hi bill, do tell more about these old norfolk dishes. i have got an old norfolk recipe book of my mums somewhere in my loft, i have in the past made a meaty stew with swimmers dropped in! hey are just small bread dough balls, cooked very much the same as suet dumplings.
i have made sylabubs in the past but never heard about those red things before, do tell more???   Smile

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Swimmers are indeed raised bread dough, and all the better for it. Red Bishops are a hot red punch with red wine /spirit / plus fruit and fruit juices plus spices

A very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year's Boating to all forum members  Bill...


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