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Old 12-09-2004, 09:39 PM   #71
 
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A few things missing here...

We have to agree upon a good red wine, so I'll go out front and suggest my beloved "Wolf Blass Yellow Label" from Australia as an accompaniment to this "wonderful" beef...

We've got onion, potato, and green beans, together with gravy and Yorkshire puddings, but we should be looking for a good "salad" as DS suggests...

My older sister's MIL had a fantastic one, based on "parboiled carrots", sliced thinly and "round", with small rings of "sweet onion", vinegar, sugar, fresh dill leaves...damnitall, she gave me the recipe and I can't find it! It this giving anyone else any "cues"? Or must I try and drum this up from the unanswered emails and countless phone calls to see if I can find it n any family archives?

Could we "go North American" and have either Bumbleberry Pie or, sigh, "Dutch Apple Pie" (ie somebody else make the crust, use peeled/cored Mutsu apples, a quartercup of currants, a half cup of dark raisins. a bunch of cinnamon...well you get the idea!)

A good "port" wine to conclude with, with, say, Wensleydale Cheese (sort of "Castor and Pollux" pairing, there!), or I could go out where I take Dougie riding and buy some seven year old Cheddar...(but would still take the Wensleydale, especially the variant with cranberries!)

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Old 12-10-2004, 06:12 PM   #72
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Im in! I'll bring the salad! :D
DS with lots of tomatoes....
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Old 12-10-2004, 06:59 PM   #73
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i'd try it. you should see the marbling on the meat. it's fantastic!
Everyone who has posted on this thread would love to try out this meat, it the price that is causing people to not buy.

Roasted potato pieces with lots of spices on them would do norgeskog. Can't just have only meat.

It was 3 pounds for 138.98, not one pound.
i would ask for it for a Holiday gift. in retrospect, it's not THAT expensive.
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i'd try it. you should see the marbling on the meat. it's fantastic!
Everyone who has posted on this thread would love to try out this meat, it the price that is causing people to not buy.

Roasted potato pieces with lots of spices on them would do norgeskog. Can't just have only meat.

It was 3 pounds for 138.98, not one pound.
i would ask for it for a Holiday gift. in retrospect, it's not THAT expensive.
Yeah it is not that bad, the shipping is not that bad as well, except on small orders.
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