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Comment by wayne frary on December 30, 2008 at 10:34am
curried lamb stew. (I cook this a lot for my crew in Norwich,England. I hope you enjoy it)
feeds 5 (greedy bastards)
4-5 lb diced shoulder lamb
any curry spices you can find
ginger and garlic from a jar (as much as you want)
large jar of fruity chuttney or 2-3 smaller jars.
3 large onions
3 large diced sweet potatoes.
lots of stock (i use veg but any works).
Brown lamb,onions in batches,with all the spices,garlic and ginger. put in a large pan and cover with as mutch stock as it takes to just cover it. Add fruit chuttney,stir and simmer for about 1hr 30 mins.Add diced sweet potatos and simmer further for another hour. Job done. Serve with mash or baked spuds and veg. Awesome.
Comment by Denise Co 29 on December 15, 2008 at 3:40pm
Delicious Sausage And Potatoe Dish
1 !/2 Lbs Italian sweet sausage
3 lbs of potatoes
1 large vadallia onion
bacon grease
salt and pepper
Brown sausage and cut into thick slices. peel potatoes and cut in cubes, slice onion in thin slices. put bacon grease in pan and add the potatoes , sausage and onion . brown this all together till potatoes are soft. salt and pepper to taste. this is delicious and quick to make.
Comment by Jack on August 5, 2008 at 12:08am
Squirrel Stew
1 squirrel, quartered
1 cup diced onion
2 large tomatoes (from your garden) or 1 can of tomatoes
Assorted fresh ,or canned veggies
Sprinkle seasoned salt, pepper, and cayenne pepper (optional) liberally on the meat. Pour some cooking oil into a large pot (dutch oven). Sauté the meat with the onions until well browned. Drain the excess oil, add about 2 cups water, and bring to a boil. Cut up the tomatoes and add. If you use canned tomatoes add them now. Turn down the heat, and let slow cook for at least an hour. Important: older squirrels may require cooking longer than an hour. Check periodically for tenderness. If you don't you will have a hard time chewing the meat. After the meat is tender, add the veggies, carrots, potatoes, banana pepper, what ever you like. Cook until the veggies are done. An option you can use is, cook up your favorite pasta and serve over the pasta. (eliminate the potatoes). That's it, nice and simple ~ Good eating
Comment by Kellie on May 20, 2008 at 8:16pm
Hello all, I have set up a cruise to San Juan, St Thomas, St Marteeen. out of Miami. It is a 1st annunal firefighetrs cruise. Look over the event page or email me for more information. The cruise is march 7, 2009. we are getting special prices for being fire department. Also our vern own party one night on ship. Pass thye word and lets fill the ship with fire department people.

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