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Old 12-01-2011, 01:43 AM   #1
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How to stuff a bird like a British gentleman

I started with a 1.65 kg free range chick and I forced about 700 grams of sausage meat stuffing into it.
We ate 1/2 last night with roast pots, gravy, roast parsnips and cabbage. Tonight the other half will be consumed with HM coleslaw, salad and ciabatta rolls

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Old 12-01-2011, 03:46 AM   #2
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Old 12-01-2011, 08:24 AM   #3
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...roast parsnips
The bird looks absolutely fab, but the mere mention of roast parsnips made me realize how long it's been since we last had them. They are one of my favorite vegetables. I'm thinking parsnips will be on this weekend's grocery list.
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From what I read in another thread, a British Gentleman would dress a chicken, not stuff it.
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From what I read in another thread, a British Gentleman would dress a chicken, not stuff it.
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Nescafe??
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I won't tell you what crossed my mind when I read the subject line.
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From what I read in another thread, a British Gentleman would dress a chicken, not stuff it.
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Reminds me, time to read Amelia Bedilia, again!
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Nescafe??
Tat dont you put a bit in your stuffing?
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