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Old 08-08-2012, 12:19 PM   #21
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Just added the two for a fiver poussins to my online order and some eschalion shallots so I can make this at the weekend . Scrummy and a swig of sherry for the cook! Fresh tuna steaks tonight with a lime and caper vinagrette . Oh and there is a big ball yellow thing in the sky ! Whoop whoop !
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Old 08-08-2012, 12:23 PM   #22
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Just added the two for a fiver poussins to my online order and some eschalion shallots so I can make this at the weekend . Scrummy and a swig of sherry for the cook! Fresh tuna steaks tonight with a lime and caper vinagrette . Oh and there is a big ball yellow thing in the sky ! Whoop whoop !
yellow ball in sky to be sure,nice & warm here too.take some pics of your tuna hun
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I buy the cheapest Sherry they have at the SAQ (provincially run liquor stores). It's $9.95 for a 750 ml bottle, so not that bad. I am completely unfamiliar with sherry, except for cooking with it. I tasted this stuff and it's good enough to drink, so it's good enough to cook with.
hmmm,so approx 40% more than here? not up to date with exchange rates.but that ain't too bad tax.i am going to try the balsamico/wine mix too...never know,might have hit on something & if not i'll have have a bottle of plonko collapso to drown me sorrows!
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yellow ball in sky to be sure,nice & warm here too.take some pics of your tuna hun
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ok, now i need to start a "harry's recipes" file on my 'puter.

another good one, har. copied and saved, unfagged.
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ok, now i need to start a "harry's recipes" file on my 'puter.

another good one, har. copied and saved, unfagged.
top man tom,check out the piri piri chicken receep too....i swear you'll love it...also unfagged!!
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Harry's chicken in vinegar this is my version of a delia smith summer collection recipe.i have cooked it with poussin,the original uses chicken portions,i added potatoes & the girolles.you can use any mushroom or leave them out.i only used the girolles 'cos they are pretty,taste nice & were reduced by 75% on yellow label in tesco!.so my ingredient list for one person is: 1x450grammes(about 1 pound) poussin spatchcocked,small handful tarragon leaves,100ml(4fl ozs) sherry vinegar,350ml(12fl ozs) medium sherry,whole peeled shallots(number depends on size,i used 3 "torpedo's"),4xwhole peeled garlic cloves,scraped baby new potatoes,mushrooms,evoo,heaped tablespoon creme fraiche or yogurt,salt & ground black pepper. heat 2 tbls evoo in a frying pan,brown seasoned chicken for a few mins.remove chicken.colour shallots/garlic in pan.put chicken back in pan.add sherry vinegar,sherry & tarragon.simmer slowly for 30-45 mins depending on quantity being cooked.microwave spuds til just cooked.remove chicken from pan to a plate,add creme fresh to reduced sherry mixture,shallots etc,add mushrooms cook for a few mins,add spuds,stir & pour over/around chicken.done! 3 stars 1 reviews
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