Turkey is, *cough* foul anyway. I will be cooking a gammon and a nice chicken.
Will the latest outbreak of bird flu (the nasty, H5N1 strain) in the UK do for Christmas this year what Farepak did last year? Are we all due to sit down to a table of trimmings, without the turkey*? On Sunday, the highly pathogenic strain of the virus was discovered on Redgrave Park farm in Suffolk. The authorities swung into …
If Ferry Boat's turkey is a "dry, old-socks tasting, cardboard textured bird", I'd suggest ie's buying from the economy range of birds, not dressing it properly, and then overcooking it.
Open your eyes and a cookbook, it's not that hard. (RTFM - - > RTFCB)
Lentils in cabbage - you wimp.
ok, this is how to make it nasty.
Cut slits into the skin, push butter under skin.
Cover skin in olive oil.
Cook covered at std heat until almost done. Baste regularly.
Cook final 30-45 mins on higher heat uncovered to crisp skin.
Carve, taste, throw whole fucking thing in garden for foxes to eat and reach for that cabbage.
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I keep pet chickens (They are the most entertaining pets ever better then hamsters, gerbils guinepigs and rabbits combined*)
If Defra increases it's panic zone by a couple of miles then they will have to be moved into the server room.
seriously people, it's a bird disease if your not related to a chicken you have nothing to fear, the whole flu pandemic is just a pharmaceutical industry ruse to get more government money.
* Although come to think of it a combined hamsters-gerbil-guinepig-rabbit might be almost as cool as a talking frog.
You will need;
A red onion
Two cloves of garlic
Some fresh chillies
A jar of Sharwoods sweet chilli stir fry sauce.
Take the sprouts and par boil 'em.
Chop the onion and chillies and roughly crush the garlic.
Heat the oil in a wok, then add all the ingredents and stir fry until done.
Place loo roll in freezer for use the following day.
SWMBO and I call it "Sprout Diablo" althought the original inspriation came from "Sprout Mexicane" as featured on "Bottom".
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