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  • #414627
    MelissaMelissa
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    we had marinated lamb ( rosemary garlic salt olive oil) cooked in the weber it was delicious we also has spinach and ricotta baked Kipfler potatoes also done in the weber

    #414628
    ChezzaChezza
    Participant

    I cooked a roast chicken, sprinkled with chicken seasoning, sprigs of rosemary and an onion in an oven bag… Reduced the juices down to make a gravy…. Roast potatos, roast sweet buck, fresh beans and cauliflower and frozen corn and peas…. Very nice….

    #414629
    baxters6baxters6
    Participant

    cornbeef in batter

    in the dim dark days of my training, we had a shearers cook for our night duty. he use to cook us some realy first class meals. one was corn beef sliced in batter with tomatoe sauce on the side. it was fantastic. we never have any left over at home to try it again. bev

    #414630
    roundthebendroundthebend
    Member

    Home grown roast duck with potatoes, pumpkin,beans, carrots, sweet corn and daikon radish from the garden and the nieghbour gave me some bananas, so thinking banana custard for sweets:)

    Nice reading what everyone else is making for dinner……………….makes me want to get more creative in the kitchen:tup:

    #414631

    Mexican tonight! Tortilla with grilled lamb, my cheat’s refried beans, rice, lettuce from the garden, home made yoghurt and organic coriander from the new, organic and local food store in town ($2.50 a bunch for lovely, lovely organic coriander. Can you hear me fall on the ground swooning from where you are? :tongue:).

    I think my partner is doing a rhubarb crumble for dessert too. Yum!

    #414632
    TullymoorTullymoor
    Member

    Homegrown pork ribs in a marinade of soy, ginger, garlic, honey, splosh of red wine slow cooked for 3 hours, delicious :tongue:

    Also homegrown salad…a milesone, everything homegrown!:clap:

    #414633
    shadowdancershadowdancer
    Member

    nummy bacon & vegetable quiche. I’ll put as many veges as possible into it! specially from my garden. Its all ready to harvest now, and we had our first broccoli lastnight. hmmmmm nummy nice!

    #414634

    Having just frozen three packs of bacon bones and two of smoked hocks, I am planning on some herb and garlic sausages. Tomorrow I will be cooking up the lamb roast which will serve me for sandwiches for some time to come. ALl purchased yesterday at a great new shop in Lindisfarne I found, with the help of my friend.

    #414635
    bluezbanditbluezbandit
    Member

    Lamb Roast with all the trimmings. Yummmmooooooo my favourite! Tonights and tomorrows as I will make enough for both nights.

    Deb

    #414636
    supergransupergran
    Member

    Saltbush hogget with vegies all in the oven now 🙂

    #414637
    HerbmanHerbman
    Member

    Man you all sound like you are having fantastic dinners. Tonight DW is having oven fries on sandwiches. I’m having oven fries, baked beans and fried eggs.

    Shhh … Don’t tell mum 😆

    #414638
    kerriebkerrieb
    Member

    Gluten free pizza base (pkt) from supermarket (bright yellow from the our chooks eggs) with home made tomato paste from the freezer with cooked chicken and odds and sods out of the garden and fridge, not enough of anything to do much else with and cheese thrown on top.

    #414639
    redhen2redhen2
    Member

    Tullymoor wrote:

    Homegrown pork ribs in a marinade of soy, ginger, garlic, honey, splosh of red wine slow cooked for 3 hours, delicious :tongue:

    Also homegrown salad…a milesone, everything homegrown!:clap:

    well done tully. that’s fabulous. :clap::clap:

    #414640
    GiannaGianna
    Member

    A milestone indeed. Well done Tully & Jock. :clap:

    #414641
    ChezzaChezza
    Participant

    :tup: I agree G… one off many I hope, Tulls…

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