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Lunch the other weekend

James MBJames MB Posts: 356
edited 1:18AM in EggHead Forum
Sometimes I love it when I'm left at home:
(now I think I've got the hang of this picture lark)

So I found I nice piece of meat in the freezer that had been orphaned, once I had defrosted it and got it out of the vac pack I was disappointed to find it was actually two slices of meat, but hey this is still a treat.

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Mustn't forget the main task ...
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and with that largely in hand let's see how daddy's new mistress is getting along

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Looking good, now lunch wouldn't be lunch without some more ingredients
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Add some fried leftover new tatties from the fridge -OK one day I'll saw a skillet handle off and get all egg-purist but for now, Happy early Father's day.
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Now onto the next task I've been left, this is boned & rolled brisket - how it's usually sold here in the UK that I've been told to get a pot roast in. Tempting though it is..... I've been told to pot roast it!
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Tip - lunch was better than dinner!

Comments

  • Essex CountyEssex County Posts: 991
    That looks like a great lunch. The St Emillion looked pretty good too. I think it's interesting that you typically roll your brisket. I was brought up in a house where brisket (corned or not, but never rolled) was always cooked like a pot roast. I was pleasantly surprised when I found I could slow cook a brisket on the egg and get a totally different result.
    Paul
  • James MBJames MB Posts: 356
    Believe me I was tempted to with that one, but I had my (strict) instructions.
    I've had some good brisket results from my WSM.
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    I have a good local farmer / butcher who took it to heart when I said I wanted a sizeable piece not rolled.
    Next time I took the grate with me.
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