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Old 12-20-2013, 11:53 AM   #11
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Just doing up some rice and will have it for lunch. No scotch bonnets I'm afraid. As I think I've said somewhere else here, I like to be able to taste my food. I'm just starting to experiment with little Thai chilies and they are plenty hot enough for me. So I replaced the bonnets with 4 of the Thai. Smells heavenly.
thought dragons breathed fire?!!!ahhh,the thai birdeye...little belters those!!as gravy said,some piccies would be good,dragon!!
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Old 12-20-2013, 01:01 PM   #12
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So the first step, brown the onions, add the meat seasoned the day before, simmer, eat, pick out bones.
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I just made the rice. I will (or would) add carrots and/or sweet potato to the curry next time. And peas to the rice.

That is one heck of a big pot! 2 k of meat. Lamb & goat (with bones) but those bones are a pain. Also very very fatty. I was surprised I could actually tell the difference between the meats. Lamb has its very pronounced flavour compared to the goat of which I didn't really notice a specific 'taste'.

The counter tiles are 4" sq. to give you a perspective of the size of these chilies. Are they Thai? or Bird?
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Old 12-20-2013, 02:54 PM   #14
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I just made the rice. I will (or would) add carrots and/or sweet potato to the curry next time. And peas to the rice.

That is one heck of a big pot! 2 k of meat. Lamb & goat (with bones) but those bones are a pain. Also very very fatty. I was surprised I could actually tell the difference between the meats. Lamb has its very pronounced flavour compared to the goat of which I didn't really notice a specific 'taste'.

The counter tiles are 4" sq. to give you a perspective of the size of these chilies. Are they Thai? or Bird?
birdeye imo dragon.nice job on the curry!
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So it is off to the freezer they go! I have 3 meals there. And 2 for my Jamaican BIL. He'll either love it or criticize it.

There are no vegies in those containers. Just the meat and liquid. So depending on what you add - there are minimum 8 servings and probably more like 12.

And Thanks for the compliment 'arry, I'sapprecitates!
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Old 12-20-2013, 03:27 PM   #16
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So it is off to the freezer they go! I have 3 meals there. And 2 for my Jamaican BIL. He'll either love it or criticize it.

There are no vegies in those containers. Just the meat and liquid. So depending on what you add - there are minimum 8 servings and probably more like 12.

And Thanks for the compliment 'arry, I'sapprecitates!
credit where credit's due mate.not only did you snatch victory from the jaws of disaster with the potential over spicing but you cooked up enough to feed your bil too.nice one!!
right,now go & stick the pics on the food photo's thread!!
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go & stick the pics on the food photo's thread!!
Oops, haven't been here long enough to even realize there WAS a photo thread. Is it easy to transfer or do I have to take the same steps again?

Have also been trying to find the website where I got the recipe to begin with to put in a link... sigh... I'm so tech dud.

Guess I'll have to post the recipe the long way!
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Oops, haven't been here long enough to even realize there WAS a photo thread. Is it easy to transfer or do I have to take the same steps again?

Have also been trying to find the website where I got the recipe to begin with to put in a link... sigh... I'm so tech dud.

Guess I'll have to post the recipe the long way!
yeah,it was started last year by one of the other members.great place to see what everyone who takes pics has cooked.sorry mate,i'm a techno dunce too,so i just repeat the procedure in food photo's after i've posted in the dinner thread.here's the link:
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The pics are fab !! That looks like one good Jamaican curry yeah mon !
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