The Week That Was…

Hit me with your favourite dishes for cooking in a french oven. The pretty blue colour did it.

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Joke of the week:

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What I’ve been watching:

So far so good with this one. Inspired by The Silence of the Lambs.

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What I’ve been reading:

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What I’m reading right now:

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Until next week… πŸ˜Šβ˜•πŸ“š

11 thoughts on “The Week That Was…

  1. For the casserole dish cook the filling for Matthew Hopcraft’s Beef and Pepperberry pie.
    https://10play.com.au/masterchef/recipes/best-ever-beef-pepperberry-and-red-wine-pie/r190614ketqz
    From memory it would make enough for two meals. You can make a family sized pie with half of it, and have the other half as a casserole with potatoes any way you like, though I would do them scalloped.
    (Pepperberries are not peppers. They are native berries grown in Tassie. It’s easier to get them now than they were. I had to order mine online for my first effort, but now I can buy them in larger supermarkets and posh greengrocers.)

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  2. The recipe I’d give you is so complicated, but delicious and you can change around the veggies as you like. It is called Maqluba and it is a Palestinian “upside down” dish. My daughter made it with chicken but you can make it all veggie or use beef or whatever (but not fish).

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  3. Sorry, but if there’s one colour that does not do it for me, it’s blue. I like blue on other people, and in other people’s decorating, but just can’t do it myself. My French oven (which I’ve always called a Dutch oven but I’ve now learnt that because it is enamelled it’s French!) is a pretty green. It’s getting worn out, but I make chicken pilaf in it among other things. Works a treat.

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