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#1 Fri 28 Mar 08 12:02pm

xmasangle

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Hi I was born in liverpool

Hi Jamie I was born in Liverpool and I have lived in Australia since I was four, could you please send me the recipe for "scouse" sorry for the spelling but I am not sure how to spell it.

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#2 Tue 01 Apr 08 12:04pm

GeoffP

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Re: Hi I was born in liverpool

Welcome Xmasangle (or should that be XmasAngel?)

We had a thread on Scouse a few weeks ago - haave a look here:-

http://www.jamieoliver.com/forum/viewto … 43#p221443

Afraid you'll have to wait a bit longer for Christmas :-)

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#3 Mon 21 Apr 08 2:44pm

anliverbird 2

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Re: Hi I was born in liverpool

hi from Liverpool this is my first time so here goes. Every family has its own way of making this dish. I use stewing beef you could use neck of lamb onions, carrots celery shredded cabbage water oxo cubes cooked till meat is tender then had diced potatoes Scouse is always better eaten the next day when the potatoes have broken making a thick stew. lots of crusty bread and red cabbage. big_smile Hope this helps xmasangle

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#4 Sat 31 Jan 09 5:31pm

Fourx

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Re: Hi I was born in liverpool

The missing ingredient!

Seen quite a few scouse recipes but all miss one vital item.  Beef, but not just any old beef.  The best beef to use for scouse is 'Shin of Beef'. It will make such a difference to the flavour.

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