Tag: stew

  • Dialect

    #lancashire #sayings There’s been trouble at Mill this morning the chaos has been obvious to see the cook in the kitchen is flummoxed as someone has messed up works tea See the barmpot of the mill came a calling to see what their having for lunch and he’d switched the lamb leg for smoked haddock […]

  • In the Air

    #Promptuarium #scouts #cubs #camping Down in the Forest the young’uns were having a whale of a time as flames wrapped around collected kindling and the billy can cooked up the latest supper while chef watched over the meat stewing songs were sung and skits performed and scouts, cubs and beavers kept warm by the roaring […]

  • Robust

    Robust

    #fowc #robust what was cooking on the stove was quite a combination what yesterdays roast lamb needed was something that would stand together with its rich flavour Carrots and Onion cooked down with some tomato and joined up with the leftover potatoes to create a dish that was quite different to the Sunday lunch but […]

  • A la Carte

    I When i was little i called them wiggly worms they were served up on toast and they were covered in tomato nowadays they’re a base for all kinds of topping Mince, Ham, Carrot courgette II Freshly caught from the sea steamed till its just falling apart and served up with parsley or lemon butter […]

  • Stifado

    Stifado

    #Food #Greek #Dish #Beef #Cinnamon An acrostic, written in honour of a dish i enjoyed a lot of during my travels to the greek islands. Served up in a traditional greek pot Traditionally cooked up with beef, tomatoes and onions It’s usually served up with some sort of pasta Fresh bay leaves, cinnamon And all […]

  • Beetroot

    Beetroot

    I Born in the ground enjoying itself in the soil before being elevated to new heights and taken to the kitchen where it will rest in vinegar and spices till it comes out of the pickling jar and set out on the plate as the perfect side to the Lancashire hotpot II Pickling vinegar turns […]

  • Orchestrate

    #Wordpress Prompts #Orchestrate 10th April 2020 The pan – the arena for potatoes carrots and cabbage to star in a theatrical number with the humble tomato dancing around in a pool of delicious stock releasing flavours and aromas into the air stock cubes and herbs await stage left but their arrival has to be timed […]