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Slow cooked Cumberland beef stew with donkey carrots Slow cooked Cumberland beef stew with donkey carrots By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/29/12 12:42 When I first set out to make this meal, it was supposed to be a crispy topped Cumberland pie. However, I ran out of puff part way through it - and discovered how yummy just the beef part of the recipe could be on its own. As with a lot of my recipes these...
Couldn't think up a snappy title - so, it's all about this week's menu plan Couldn't think up a snappy title - so, it's all about this week's menu plan By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/28/12 14:13 Red Plum & Pomegranate Clafouti I started this post yesterday and failed miserably, to the point of deleting it and starting again, so goodness knows how I'll get on today. I know! I'll have a jelly baby - that might help. Jelly babies help in all kinds...
Baked cod on pea puree with beurre blanc sauce Baked cod on pea puree with beurre blanc sauce By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/25/12 16:13 Now here's something a little bit different for Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger - a fish dish! We really enjoy eating fish. Let me say that straight away. However (and you knew one of those was coming, didn't you?), we just don't get the opportunity very...
Chicken Paprikash - easier than i thought Chicken Paprikash - easier than i thought By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/24/12 15:43 I have made various paprika chicken dishes over the years, with - it has to be said - a mixture of success and failure. As a result, I've become a bit nervous of the types of recipe that involve tomatoes (particularly tinned), chicken and paprika. However,...
Goat's cheese, leek & hazelnut super-smart tart Goat's cheese, leek & hazelnut super-smart tart By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/21/12 11:25 Now there are some tarts that are nice but dull - and some tarts that are surprisingly delicious. This is one of the latter. I liked the idea of this tart for more than one reason. First of all, I really like leeks - they're the only one of the onion family...
Slow Cooker Veal Marsala - using British Rose Veal at its best Slow Cooker Veal Marsala - using British Rose Veal at its best By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/20/12 13:42 Ever since I discovered British Rose Veal and first became aware of the plight of the male dairy calves, I've wanted to encourage everyone I meet to give a try to British Rose Veal. Now, if this recipe doesn't do that, I guess there's no hope for you all....
Turkey Pithivier - Christmas leftovers, dressed up for New Year's Day Turkey Pithivier - Christmas leftovers, dressed up for New Year's Day By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/16/12 14:16 Now that is what I call a celebration! Our latest task, set by the "Lean on Turkey" campaign, was to create something wonderful from the Christmas leftovers Now that immediately set us a problem, as the date is the middle of November - and Christmas was...
Curried Vegetable Soup - a lovely winter warmer Curried Vegetable Soup - a lovely winter warmer By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/14/12 23:17 We decided, quite recently, to try and have a vegetarian night every so often. Not so often as weekly, but fairly regularly all the same. When a vegetarian recipe strikes me as being right for our tastes - that sort of thing. So, when I saw the recipe for...
Loot from the Dorset Smokery Loot from the Dorset Smokery By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/14/12 14:04 We're just back from our latest visit to the Dorset Smokery, where everyone is just so nice! We met Marcus and Pippa - along with the lovely Georgie - today, so we're gradually getting to know all the Smokery family, which is great. Marcus had been making...
This week, i shall mostly be .... roasting This week, i shall mostly be .... roasting By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/13/12 14:05 Which would be okay, if I were talking about the weather. Unfortunately, as we are now deep into late autumn/early winter, I can't see we'll be roasting under the sun any time soon. No, this week's menu plan seems to have brought with it at least three...
Coffee & Walnut Loaf - a perfect tea-time cake Coffee & Walnut Loaf - a perfect tea-time cake By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/12/12 12:25 One dismal and dreary Saturday, when I was sitting here neatening up photographs for upcoming blog posts, I was made aware of some clatterings and drawer-scrufflings that were undoubtedly coming from the kitchen. I could hear the baking larder door being...
Introducing ... Hampshire Hash Introducing ... Hampshire Hash By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/10/12 14:19 Many years ago - longer than I care to remember - my friend Linda Hessell and I went on a Western Horse Riding weekend at Burley in the New Forest. I was in my teens and it was my first holiday away without my parents. When I think about it, we were babes...
Kid Goat done in the Slow Cooker - Seco de Chivo Kid Goat done in the Slow Cooker - Seco de Chivo By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/09/12 13:55 I was chatting on Twitter with my pal at Farmer's Choice, talking about the British Rose veal dish I was making - Veal Marsala, which I'll blog about very soon - and the problem of the waste of veal calves that are shot at birth (or thereabouts) through...
So does starting with a Takeaway, constitute a meal planning fail So does starting with a Takeaway, constitute a meal planning fail By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/08/12 15:04 Bacon pea & mint pasta I suspect it probably does - but it had been an absolute aeon since we'd had an Indian takeaway and, although I'd been lusting after a Chicken Tikka Masala, I eventually plumped for a Lamb Biryani with Vegetable curry, together with...
Sweet Chilli Pork Stir Fry - or  how to use the other half of your pulled pork Sweet Chilli Pork Stir Fry - or "how to use the other half of your pulled pork" By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/05/12 11:27 This is the final destination of the other half of our pulled pork joint. Now it was supposed to be a "sort of" roast dinner - with accompanying roast potatoes, parsnips, butternut squash, Yorkshire Puddings and gravy etc. However, we forgot to take one...
Pork, Leek & Apple Sausage Rolls of much deliciousness Pork, Leek & Apple Sausage Rolls of much deliciousness By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/04/12 11:26 I had been wanting to make sausage rolls for a very long time. However, because my last few batches of sausage rolls had received something of a lacklustre review from the assembled throng, I was nervous. Then, whilst pondering on what to do with a little...
Slow Cooker Boeuf Bourguignon - with thanks to Knorr Slow Cooker Boeuf Bourguignon - with thanks to Knorr By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 11/03/12 00:50 So, you know the competition to win a box of ingredients from Knorr (care of Foreman & Field), to make Boeuf Bourguignon? Well, I received one of these boxes of luscious ingredients a few days ago - and my challenge was to make either the Marco Pierre White...
Win all the ingredients to make Beef Bourguignon Win all the ingredients to make Beef Bourguignon By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 10/29/12 17:55 As if it's not exciting enough, today I am launching something that doesn't happen very often on Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger - a competition! All this could be yours! You could win a wonderful Foreman & Field box that contains all the goodies to make...
Look what you made happen yesterday Look what you made happen yesterday By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 10/29/12 11:02 One thousand page views! (click on the picture if you can't quite see) Words fail me .... you guys are completely brilliant! Thank you. GROUP HUG!
Slow Cooker Braised Pulled Pork Slow Cooker Braised Pulled Pork By Jenny Eatwell's Rhubarb & Ginger 10/28/12 16:32 Oh my goodness, but this Pulled Pork interest is turning up some cracking recipes! This one came about because we just couldn't resist a piece of pork shoulder that had been marked down in Asda. Needless to say, we put it straight into the freezer and then...

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