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    OK....really?

    There are literally meat shaped into balls called faggots?

    I thought a cigarette was a fag?

    I'm so confused. But they do sound tasty.

    I just had 2 cans of tuna with over a small baked tator with homemade mayo, mustard, and seasoning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjgh View Post
    Faggots!

    We're having Faggots. It's a Brit thing - balls of meat and offal in a good gravy. Veggies alongside. Can't wait!
    Confession: I bought 'em (Brains brand) ... and they've got wheat flour in them. Pffff! So I get a B grade ... I'm going to really enjoy them as a treat and not worry about my primal score.

    This is what 80/20 is for
    Omg I haven't had these for years, didn't realise they still made them! What a yummmmy dinner and yay for the 80/20 rule!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neckhammer View Post
    OK....really?

    There are literally meat shaped into balls called faggots?

    I thought a cigarette was a fag?

    I'm so confused. But they do sound tasty.

    I just had 2 cans of tuna with over a small baked tator with homemade mayo, mustard, and seasoning.
    Yes a cigarette is a fag, but these particular meaty Offaly treats are faggots. They are similar in taste to good haggis (which is mutton, offal and oatmeal encased in a stomach)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neckhammer View Post
    OK....really?
    'aye ... Faggot (food) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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    Ox heart and potato. Some broth too, probably.
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    mmmm....Grass fed strip steak, zephyr squash and onions fried with steak in coconut oil, and a cucumber. All from the farmers market today! (I sell at farmers markets so it is SO easy to pick up stuff for dinner)

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    Duck legs cooked low and slow in their own fat. Then I took some of the liquid fat and plumped up some dried cranberries in it and poured it over the legs. So good.
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    Rabbit stew that sat in the Crockpot for 8 hours. 4lbs I had to stuff in there

    Tomorrow is squirrel bag limit hunting day with any luck.
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    Rick stein recipe from Indian cookbook

    Madras fish curry of Dover sole, Cod tamarind & tomato .
    With basmati rice coriander & a steamed baby cauliflower & courgette .

    Was fantastic curry best one I've done in the book so far very easy !! Never used tamarind before !!!

    Recipe below
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/ma...curry_of_82254



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    Ox heart and potato. I love me some variety.
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