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Old Dec 26th 2017, 10:49 am   #31
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Finest bone marrow I have had so far was in Warsaw, haven't tried it here yet.
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Old Dec 26th 2017, 2:34 pm   #32
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I got a joint of beef in Lidl for Christmas day. They did not have much selection so I ended up with a piece of neck (one of the tougher cuts) but I braised it in red wine and it turned out both tender and tasty. Even the spuds had more flavour than normal as I had cooked them in the roasting tin with the beef. I usually mash them with sour cream but I had run out of that so I used vajkrem. I will make Cornish pasties with the rest of the beef, once I get to the shops and buy more onions and carrots.
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Even the spuds had more flavour than normal as I had cooked them in the roasting tin with the beef. I usually mash them with sour cream but I had run out of that so I used vajkrem. I will make Cornish pasties with the rest of the beef, once I get to the shops and buy more onions and carrots.
All my left-overs were diced and fried for a traditional Boxing day Bubble and squeak with pickle.
It was nice to have a dozen people to enjoy Christmas, but it is so nice to get rid of them so I can eat what i like when I like.
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We had the relatives around - 15 at the table

2 geese, suitably stuffed - carcasses remain for the soup pot

wine flowed like the biblical flood

Christmas pud and mince pies

coffee and beigli (Hungarys antidote to mince pies !)

JOB DONE
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Old Dec 27th 2017, 6:53 pm   #35
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With not much time since we arrived, we had duck, chicken & beautiful roasties. piles of veg, roast parsnips, cauli etc
All washed down with copious amounts of Hungarian wine.

Bring on New Year.
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