Elca Branman on sat 7 jun 03
On Sat, 7 Jun 2003 10:17:04 -0400 Lily Krakowski
And --the name starts with B and my
> mind is
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>Surely you are referring to Boiled Brussels Sprouts,one of the staples
of past British cuisine.. (Boil well; you don't want any crunch left)
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Lily Krakowski on sun 8 jun 03
Now what can be yummier than Brussel Sprouts cooked senseless along with
potatoes, mushed up in a food mill and served either with meat juices of
some sort, or baked with cheese???? MMMMMMM????Ok. Bread pudding...
And the sauce I was thinking of is Cumberland sauce....
Elca Branman writes:
> On Sat, 7 Jun 2003 10:17:04 -0400 Lily Krakowski
> And --the name starts with B and my
>> mind is
>> blank--> >
>>Surely you are referring to Boiled Brussels Sprouts,one of the staples
> of past British cuisine.. (Boil well; you don't want any crunch left)
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Tony Ferguson on sun 8 jun 03
When I lived in the U.K. for 8 months (half in England the other in
Scotland) I was very pleased with the fact that I could order vegetarian
anywhere I went. The curries and other East Indian food were absolutely
awesome. I also think some of the best pastries and pies must come out of
England as well.
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Lee Love on mon 9 jun 03
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tony Ferguson"
> awesome. I also think some of the best pastries and pies must come out of
> England as well.
Here in Mashiko, there is a new French restaurant, on the side of the
main little mountain. It is next to a telescope observation dome.
There is a special "Hamada Menu" which includes many of Hamada's
favorite dishes, that he brought back from St. Ives, to his home. The one I
remember and liked was Cornish pasties. I always enjoyed these from a bakery
we stopped at on our way up to the North Shore in Minnesota. You could also
find them in the mining regions of the upper peninsula in Michigan.
I got a real charge out of eating Cornish pasties in a French restaurant
in Mashiko. :^)
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