Recipes for confinement times.

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Specsavers2 wrote:
Sun Mar 22, 2020 7:32 pm
Bubbles where do you buy your pigeons?
Same old nonsense.

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Specsavers2 wrote:
Sun Mar 22, 2020 7:32 pm
Bubbles where do you buy your pigeons?
In season and if you are in the "know" the local butcher.
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Re: Recipes for confinement times.

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bubbles1 wrote:
Sun Mar 22, 2020 10:08 pm
[quote=Specsavers2 post_id=134801 time=<a href="tel:1584901935">1584901935</a> user_id=3425]
Bubbles where do you buy your pigeons?
In season and if you are in the "know" the local butcher.
[/quote]

I am not in the know but I know a lady who maybe is.
I have a few brownie points left.
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You learn from your mistakes but it's much quicker and cheaper to learn from the mistakes of other people ! :D

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Re: Recipes for confinement times.

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Soup-making is keeping me away from my jigsaw puzzle today! (Last week i had more of a desire to do baking.)
So French onion soup, to use up a huge amount of onions my daughter dumped on me as they are having to exist on a microwave during their building works instead of moving in with me as planned. Haven't made it for years, and it's pretty time-consuming with all the melting and caramelising of onions, but it smells amazing - and I still have to add the cognac before eating!
And, cos I had a mighty parsnip from said daughter's “veggie box”, have also made curried parsnip soup.

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