The Week That Was…

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


Joke of the week:


What I’ve been watching:

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


What I’ve been reading:


What I’m reading right now:


Until next week… ๐Ÿ˜Šโ˜•๐Ÿ“š

11 thoughts on “The Week That Was…

  1. For the casserole dish cook the filling for Matthew Hopcraft’s Beef and Pepperberry pie.
    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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