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Old 10-27-2013, 08:54 AM   #61
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I roasted a chicken, late last evening (had nachos and cheese for a quick snack supper, cuz of a large fish lunch.

This morning, I cut up the chicken, rescued the gravy from roast pan, added some curry spices, and suddenly felt a need to add chopped apples. Bringing this to the Buddhist nuns' hermitage today for their main meal. We get to partake; they have a visiting cook who will prepare all the veggies. Lucky us!
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Old 10-30-2013, 02:18 AM   #62
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The Bubble and Squeak was good, but it lacked for beauty. Being of Polish heritage I went a little too heavy on the cabbage. Hmm, patties? I think not! I just did the alternate cooking method, patting it down into the pan and browning nicely, flipping and browning, and flipping onto our plates. Twice. But nothing that looked like a patty...and nothing left for the freezer. Sorry pac And Harry, on those photos? Saturday, scout's honor - I hope!.....
Saturday photo? Hmm, that ship sailed without my picture on board. Apparently my learning curve is a lot curvier than other peoples'....

However, thought I would post the Bubble & Squeak photo here anyway. Harry and Katy, does it resemble anything you remember? Or is it a truly Polish version?
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Old 10-30-2013, 06:58 AM   #63
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Saturday photo? Hmm, that ship sailed without my picture on board. Apparently my learning curve is a lot curvier than other peoples'....

However, thought I would post the Bubble & Squeak photo here anyway. Harry and Katy, does it resemble anything you remember? Or is it a truly Polish version?
it resembles a delicious looking meal to me cg,nice job matey!! bubble & squeak is yet another of those dishes that has a dozen & one variations.some contain just veggies,others meat as well.some are like your's..a type of hash,others are formed into patties & fried."yer pays yer money & takes yer chance!!".apparently the name comes from the bubbling & squeaking noises that the food makes in the pan.my fav is leftover cooked sprouts,onions,potatoes & smoked bacon.i like to crush the spuds rather than mash them so they add texture.put the mixture in my burger press then griddle to re heat & get nice,tasty bar marks on the patties...yum!
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so there ya go cg,enjoy!!
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