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  1. does anyone have a good recipe for this joint.............never cooked this joint before ,is it best cooked slow or can it be done on the rotisserie .................:confused:...thanks
  2. This is a traditional Pakistani dish. Unfortunately I don't have the adjectives to describe it so only the visuals will have to do. Suffice it to say that the bright red color is due to the presence of red chilies. Its spicy, oily, and YUMMY. It actually makes you feel hungry, which means you end up overeating this ultra-rich, cholestrol laden delicacy :biggrin: In the picture you are seeing it garnished with coriander leaves and presented along with Naan bread.
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    prime beef on offer

    roll up roll up--come on girls you know it makes sense--once in a life time offer--here's a pole you cant resist--there prime beef on offer,and its your chance to get it--im putting a pole up of hunky pio members (male) for you to peruse,and vote for:biggrin:all female members who join this thread will be put into a hat,and the winner will get whoever comes out on top (if you forgive the pun)--what we have on offer will amaze you--no will astound you:shocked:so here for your pleasure may i present
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    Beef Suet - Dilemma

    OK, I'm sad. But here's the dilemma. I am a keen and reasonable cook (IMO), from fine dining down to the week-night basics, pasta, asian, seafood etc. We hate fast foods, avoid take-aways and we eat pretty healthily. But now and again we fancy a bit of old style Pommie grub, as was the case on Mothers day when I said to Barb I will cook what ever you fancy. "Steak and Kidney Pud" was the reply. OK, no probs, nipped round the butchers, lambs kidneys, good bit of steak. But can you find beef suet in any shop in Oz, can you buggery! The average Oz is a lazy cook and to be fair living on the Northern Beaches of Sydney the influence is Asian and the supermarkets accommodate there tastes, not a problem usually but to satisfy Barb's Mothers Day needs I needed Beef Suet. So we had S&K Pie. So please help tell me where I can buy beef suet, Atora or similar. And no not the crap pre-made suet pastry for dumplings. Danny
  5. hi all, made a corned beef onion and potatoe pie today well made two took one to my friend for their tea as shes unwell at the moment the other one lasted less than an hour after coming out the oven the smell made me think of uk and my mams good old northern cooking just wondered what is it that would remind you of uk or home?? lesley x