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#1521 Thu 02 Jun 11 12:01pm

christian_halfm

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

JoyYamDaisy wrote:

World Environment Day June 5th ie What meal do you think of when thinking about what is good for the environment.
(Could be: raw food. sustainable fish, cooked from scratch, using what is in your garden, etc)

I like this part, using what is in your garden, although I think this would make things very limited for me, maybe a salad.
Ok, well, I have a lot of sage in the garden (don't know why exactly). So I would need to do a lot of cooking involving sage in the time to come.

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#1522 Thu 02 Jun 11 3:49pm

BritFinn

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

christian_halfm wrote:

JoyYamDaisy wrote:

World Environment Day June 5th ie What meal do you think of when thinking about what is good for the environment.
(Could be: raw food. sustainable fish, cooked from scratch, using what is in your garden, etc)

I like this part, using what is in your garden, although I think this would make things very limited for me, maybe a salad.
Ok, well, I have a lot of sage in the garden (don't know why exactly). So I would need to do a lot of cooking involving sage in the time to come.

yikes Rock, sand, wood & building supplies  yikes

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#1523 Fri 03 Jun 11 5:10am

JoyYamDaisy

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

yummy  mmm yum, building supplies!  lol

Well, here is the go:

JUNE'S READY STEADY COOK TOPIC IS:

KING DISH FOR JUNE!

Think of a dish that you would describe as the ultimate dish for June! Then make it! And come and tell us all about it here!
Your decision may rest on the weather (beginning of Summer, or Winter...) or what is growing in the garden, or celebrations you associate with this month:
such as Father's Day (UK),
Armed Forces Day (UK)
World Environment Day
or even the Queens Birthday! (UK and here too! wink )


Souffles could fit in here, but maybe we could keep them for another month.

Here are some ideas for the King Dish of June
http://www.jamieoliver.com/forum/viewto … 80&p=1

I am thinking about what my one might be! cool

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#1524 Fri 03 Jun 11 6:45am

frizz1974

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

too cold here for all those northern summer dishes..

Im making corn & baconb chowder tonight.. its a new recipe for me but could just end up as a king dish depending on Mr FussyPants...

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#1525 Fri 03 Jun 11 1:03pm

JoyYamDaisy

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

I hope it is a King Recipe Frizz!

I made my egg and bacon pie today. (May's Ready Set Cook: it used 6 eggs)
It should have come out five minutes earlier so I apologise to the eggs.  oops
But it was still good. I will post a pic on my blog tomorrow.

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#1526 Sat 04 Jun 11 3:24am

JoyYamDaisy

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

Here is a picture of my egg and bacon pie (tart)
http://www.jamieoliver.com:81/bloggers/ … p?id=72938
smile

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#1527 Tue 14 Jun 11 9:03am

Kassandra09

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

thanks....

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#1528 Tue 21 Jun 11 4:13am

JoyYamDaisy

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

I have been thinking about this months recipe 'King dish for June'.
June is the first month of Winter here, but this year it is the second month because May was so cold!
First King Dish
On a wintery day last week my daughter and I went to the best Chinese noodle shop around and had their beef and noodle soup.
It was a huge bowl that we shared and you'll see what a corrupted vegetarian I have become as I describe how delicious it was! The broth was so lovely, and the vegetables that had been cooked in the broth had the extra savouriness that made them so delicious. The noodles were freshly made and magnificent. The beef was in such thin strips it was easy for me to eat it. The whole thing was so hot and steaming and warmed the cockles of our hearts as well as satisfying our winter bellies!

Second King Dish
Last night my daughter made Cottage Pie (in those new little enamel pie dishes of mine). There were heaps of veggies along with the mince (hooray) and it was so delicious with such a warming, comforting sauce around the stew and then excellent cheesey mashed potato on top. Plus a rocket salad. It was so good to eat it with that cruel, lazy (too lazy to go around so it goes straight through) wind hammering the house outside. I am glad to say they there are two more that we will eat for dinner tonight!

So I have had two King June dishes that I haven't made!
I think what I will make is the eggplant polpette with pasta and sauce, (Eddie has the recipe) or I will sneak my King June dish over the border into July with the Persian Kefte and spinach I want to make for my sisters when they visit at the start of next month.


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#1529 Fri 01 Jul 11 1:42am

Tatletz

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Member since Wed 08 Jun 11

Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

Hi guys,
A few weeks ago I made Jamie's 30 minute meals roast beef and it was fantastic!
At the time I used the fry pan which I managed to burn badly few days ago(leaving it on the gas stove for too long). I was wondering if I can use  a griddle pan instead. Do you think it will make any difference?
I would appreciate your comments!   smile

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#1530 Mon 07 May 12 2:28pm

elenaki_4

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

hello there, 
I looking for a Butcher shop near to Greenwich or in central london!!!..... Where can i find one with good quality of meet?
Thanks!

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