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treebee On April 13, 2015
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#1New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:16:43
what to do with it?

I have it defrosting for tomorrows dinner but what shall i make?
queenofhearts On December 16, 2009




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#2New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:19:08
Stew or a nice curry perhaps ?
gideon1451 On July 20, 2020




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#3New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:19:36
Urghhhh....
treebee On April 13, 2015
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#4New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:20:20
im sick of stew i was thinking of curry
MonkeyMadness On April 08, 2015
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#5New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:20:42
PIE!

Finaly it makes sense!
treebee On April 13, 2015
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#6New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:21:28
@monkeymadness Said
PIE!

Finaly it makes sense!


YAY!
alexkidd On February 07, 2012
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in a bog, Ireland
#7New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:25:04
a meat sculpture of Mr. T!

mmmm... Beefy!
treebee On April 13, 2015
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#8New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:25:40
@alexkidd Said
a meat sculpture of Mr. T!

mmmm... Beefy!


oh good one, i can quit my jibber jabber at the same time
alexkidd On February 07, 2012
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#9New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:29:32
sounds like a tasty stir fry to me.

or maybe some enchiladas or something.
MonkeyMadness On April 08, 2015
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#10New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:30:08
TACOS!
bendover On November 25, 2007

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#11New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:30:45
When it's well defrosted put the beef in a pot with no liquid other than some olive oil. Let the beef get sealed but not too browned in the hot pan. The add just enough water to cover it. Bring it to the boil and then turn the heat well down to let it simmer for about two hours. This way your beef will be very tender and full of flavour.

Most of the moisture will have been burned off so at this point you can add whatever vegetables you like to a pint of beef stock cube liquid (oxo)stir in curry powder to your taste. Add the stock and veg to the beef pot and let it simmer for another while.

Voila. You have traditional Irish beef curry.
treebee On April 13, 2015
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#12New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:30:54
hmmmmmmm mexican
bendover On November 25, 2007

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#13New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:33:58
Add chillis to the above receipe and you have traditonal Irish Mexican. Then depending on how you fold the tortia you decide what to call it.
treebee On April 13, 2015
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#14New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:34:56
@bendover Said
Add chillis to the above receipe and you have traditonal Irish Mexican. Then depending on how you fold the tortia you decide what to call it.


Irish Mexican, i love the idea of that! Although now im craving lamb hotpot
alexkidd On February 07, 2012
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in a bog, Ireland
#15New Post! Oct 11, 2007 @ 19:36:37
@bendover Said
When it's well defrosted put the beef in a pot with no liquid other than some olive oil. Let the beef get sealed but not too browned in the hot pan. The add just enough water to cover it. Bring it to the boil and then turn the heat well down to let it simmer for about two hours. This way your beef will be very tender and full of flavour.

Most of the moisture will have been burned off so at this point you can add whatever vegetables you like to a pint of beef stock cube liquid (oxo)stir in curry powder to your taste. Add the stock and veg to the beef pot and let it simmer for another while.

Voila. You have traditional Irish beef curry.


that sounds damn good ben.
make me some!
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