winter is officially here

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  1. bungy

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    First Pot mess cobbled together and cooked...at least i think that's what I've done to it:yeah:
    If you not tried one...gawd your missing a treat

    at least 4 months of winter grub to look forward to...stews, casseroles, roasts........:wooo:

    Lamb hot pot is my all time winter favorite...whats yours....
     
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    Big pot of beef stew with dumplings.... :thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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    winter stew casseroles etc

    Hi - I love the winter stew world:thumb::thumb: - can keep it going for couple days by adding to it - tastes so much better the next day. lol. Got beef one going tonight and tomorrow - but love chicken lamb and pork ones xx::bigsmile:::bigsmile:
     
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    Got to be the good old Sunday Roast for me.........
     
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    Big fat sausages, mashed potato and onion gravy with Winter warmer ale on a Saturday night!

    Eddie
     
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    A good beef stew in a slow cooker run from inverter while travelling. Good and ready when you stop !!!
     
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    i like that idea!...what size inverter and slow cooker do you use? and how long does it take...
     
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    150watt inverter morphy richards ( quite old ) sat in the sink (to catch any spills) sometimes start cooking before we leave and just let it carry on as we go. Good smells all around the van
     
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    sounds great:thumb:

    Although, Im a nightmare in the house when stuff like this is cooking...first whiff and im starving:RollEyes:
     
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    I like whatever I`m given:hardhat::hardhat::hardhat::getmecoat:
     
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    If winter is officially there make sure you damn well keep it.
    Thanks:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    A big pan full of smudgers beef curry and nan bred and a few Cinderellas to wash it down
     
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    I like a good beef stew and you're right about better the second day, but my favorite is beef Stroganoff.

    Mind you my wife is a bit special in the kitchen. ( I wish I hadn't said that now it is bound to be misconstrued.)

    What is a cinderella, Yosser?
     
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    Cinderella Stella
     
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    Ahhh, headbanger, that explains it all!
     
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    What we are having today

    Piece of gammon boiled for an hour and a half, then roasted off in the oven. Broth made from the stock to start, then Gammon, baked potato smothered in butter with a winter salad. :thumb:
     
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