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    Liver Madras Soup.
    A nice change and a way to get some liver in if you're not keen on offal, but love a spicy curry!
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    "Liver Mad Rat Soup" ... sorry, Madras ... music to my ears, pal. Music!

    I've eaten curried liver and curried kidneys many a time off the menu in many side and back street "curry houses" in dirty Bradford and absolutely loved it. Why that is never on the menu, beats me.

    Here's a rule: eat anywhere long enough and they'll cook what you love their way.

    Wow! Curried offal soup. Love it! LOVE IT! You're a star.

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    Actually, whereabouts in Cardiff do you live, pal?

    I had a number of mates in Splott(lands) and Adamsdown when I lived in South Wales ... Swansea, for me, good friends in the capital. That was back in the early '90s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjgh View Post
    "Liver Mad Rat Soup" ... sorry, Madras ... music to my ears, pal. Music!

    I've eaten curried liver and curried kidneys many a time off the menu in many side and back street "curry houses" in dirty Bradford and absolutely loved it. Why that is never on the menu, beats me.

    Here's a rule: eat anywhere long enough and they'll cook what you love their way.

    Wow! Curried offal soup. Love it! LOVE IT! You're a star.
    Aww, shucks. Glad you like the sound of it!
    I'm one of the few people I know who like strong curry AND offal, so it's going to be my little treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjgh View Post
    Actually, whereabouts in Cardiff do you live, pal?

    I had a number of mates in Splott(lands) and Adamsdown when I lived in South Wales ... Swansea, for me, good friends in the capital. That was back in the early '90s.
    Roath. Lived in Bristol before, but moved for university. Before that I lived abroad. Spain.

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    Purple Egg Curry: Lunch. 15 minute Purple Curry. | Meals for £1 and LESS!
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    I'll be working on ideas and recipes for the holiday season next. Hopefully I'll be able to make some Primal/Paleo 99.999% chocolate tomorrow!

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    Lunch: Roasted Lamb Bites with Roasted Veg.

    I got some of LiDL’s “Fox Tree Farm” New Zealand frozen lamb chump chops today. I can’t find anything conclusive, but it seems that NZ lamb is almost always grass-fed and with minimum antibiotics and stuff. If that’s the case, this could be a BRILL way of eating decent meat on a budget! You get 9-10 chops per 900g bag, which is 45-50p per chop.

    Some Americans had been complaining that this lamb is too strong, but I find it isn’t too far from Welsh lamb in taste. Texture-wise I can’t decide if I prefer it raw or if it’s yummier to cook it until you get “lamb crackling” on top! Mmm!

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    I come from a family of sheep and beef farmers in New Zealand - yes our lamb and beef is ALL grass fed and animal medications are kept to a minimum (when actually needed). Yes the taste is stronger - animals raised on grass all year round will have a stronger flavour. Kind of like comparing a hot-house tomato to the super tasty tomato you grew outdoors in your own garden :-)
    Sounds like the cost of NZ meat in your part of the world is actually cheaper for you than it is here!

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    Berry yoghurt. Blog now comes with where I got food and the brand!
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    Blog also comes with VIDEO now.

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