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Lazy as hell Sunday Dinners

Discussion in 'off topic' started by GruntPuppy, May 2, 2021.

  1. gintonic

    gintonic 50 shades of grey pussy cats

    my fav, one minute each side on a hot hot griddle, simple red wine sauce and some sauted pots. Some nice leaves like watercress. Yum
     
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  2. twotone

    twotone pfm Member

    The rib eye burgers are excellent btw.
     
  3. twotone

    twotone pfm Member

    Aye I like bavette too, think it’s the picana steaks you have to cook rare otherwise you can’t eat them.
     
  4. Amber Audio

    Amber Audio This is the Day

    Aye we’ve had them and the others inc pork and apple which are very nice for a change.
     
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  5. Bjork67

    Bjork67 pfm Member

    I must not eat again tonight :confused:, keep away from food threads.
     
  6. JensenHealey

    JensenHealey pfm Member

    Bugger - I am on on of my almost-fast days right now - could do without temptation threads like this. Looking forward to breakfast tomorrow morning!
     
  7. GruntPuppy

    GruntPuppy pfm Member

    This is why I miss my butcher. If he didn't have the cut I want of something, he'd cut it there and then. Far cheaper than any online service I've ever seen, too - and superb quality of meat. I hope he survives this covid crap :( I am so going to stock the freezer with goodness :)
     
  8. DimitryZ

    DimitryZ pfm Member

    In the US, wild and game meat is making a comeback, at a price.

    Field harvested Bison, South Texas Antelope and wild boar are all available, though expensive.

    wildideabuffalo.com

    brokenarrowranch.com
     
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  9. twotone

    twotone pfm Member

    We used our local butcher for years, we have had, or until recently, a steak every Saturday night for 15 years the vast majority of those steaks were from the local butcher but he wasn't cheap cause steak ain't cheap but occasionally we would have a really poor steak (it's an animal thing init) then we started buy our steaks from M&S and Aldi (very poor but cheap) but since this pandemic kicked in I've been buying the steaks online, delivery is excellent and I don't have to go to a shop with all of that social distancing etc and the steaks from the three places that I've bought from these past 15 months have been consistently very good.

    The local butcher is still open but we've only been to him once since the pandemic kicked in and that was at Christmas for our Christmas food which was very good but a bit expensive.
     
  10. GruntPuppy

    GruntPuppy pfm Member


    I'm jealous. It's been a while since I had boar, 35 years actually. My dad brought some back from France, I remember it being delicious, with far more flavour than farmed pork. Horsemeat from France was delicious too.
     
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  11. Bart

    Bart pfm Member

    Fish fingers are very underrated; them, instant mash and peas was my (fast) student days Sunday treat.
     
  12. stevec67

    stevec67 pfm Member

    Exactly so. Dead easy, dirt cheap too. I must admit one of my favourite s is any variation on pork and beans. Feijoada, cassoulet, jaret de porc aux lentilles, there's a new one every day. They're all great.
     

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