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    Ball's an all stew

    I love stews especially with a bit of dank winter weather.

    The greatest thing about a stew is you can just throw anything in there.... after Browning in a pan of course!

    Started photos about half way threw.

    Wild venison and tame pork sausages browned.
    spuds chopped skin on.
    Home kill lamb shanks.
    Left over venison back steak from last nights tea.
    Wild pork bacon.
    mushrooms.
    chilly.
    garlic.
    tomatos.
    onions.
    leeks.
    Handfull of basil and thyme ( because nobody ever has enough thyme )

    With the exception of the herbs everything gets browned in a pan first! Essential for flavor!

















    All browned and in sit back and enjoy a drink.



    This will be tomorow nights tea (stew not stout tho some will probably go in) as it is too soon for tonights tea.

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    Awesome stuff VC
    Thanks for making me even more hungry


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    That looks and sounds so cool
    I read it out to the wife, she... disagrees, dunno what's wrong with her.
    Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakewire View Post
    That looks and sounds so cool
    I read it out to the wife, she... disagrees, dunno what's wrong with her.
    Mine will eat it but grumble about it while the kids scoff it and ask for more.....I hear divorce is is pretty simple these days?
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    Just had a taste and added one green vegi oxo cube and two chopped carrots I forgot.

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    Looks so good, @veitnamcam...
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    Love a good stew😆
    Yours is definitely a blokes stew according to my cook.


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    I can smell It from here
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    The spastics selling NZ fresh air for 30 bucks a can should take some from VC lounge tomorrow nite.

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    Ha , yes just watched that
    wish I had thought of it.
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    Bloody hell VC I've just finished two big bowls of stew off about half an hour ago and you got me salivating again. Looks mean.

    Finally cracked the crock pot cooking today. I normally biff anything in and boil the shit out of it. Did a venison stew last week, was pretty average, kids bagged it, harsh critics that they are.
    Did a few things different this time. Scratched around in the bottom of deep freeze yesterday and found a rolled beef roast from a home kill about 18 mths ago ( don't tell anyone )

    Found it amongst the dog bones, fish bait and kids placentas - got to becareful I don't cook them by accident!
    It was rolled bottom end of the ribs, I cut the strings off removed about 2 1/2 cups of fat, then rerolled and tied it back into a rolled roast after seasoning with salt and ground pepper.
    I browned the rolled meat in the pan, till it was nice and caramelised all over, sautéed my onion all diced up, put all that in the crock pot. I put a table spoon of olive oil in the pan, cooked the 4 crushed garlic cloves with a tspoon of curry powder, a 1/4 tspoon of cumin and cardamom, cooked it a bit, then poured in half a cup of red wine to deglaze the pan, flashed alcohol off and poured it in.
    Filled the pot up with spuds, carrots, pumpkin and squash, chopped up rough as guts big chunks.
    Added some more salt and used the proper cambells beef stock in the carton 1 litre of.
    Left it going 6.5 hours.
    Thickened with a little corn flour.

    Came out primo, no layer of liquid fat on top, and didn't have the burnt taste the oxo beef cube can give. ( or maybe I just burnt the Verny last week?)
    No complaints from the critics either. Didn't have to threaten them with violence to make them finish it off which makes a nice change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    The spastics selling NZ fresh air for 30 bucks a can should take some from VC lounge tomorrow nite.

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    Probably soon to be rich spastics
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pengy View Post
    Probably soon to be rich spastics
    No doubt. People will buy anything.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jakewire View Post
    Ha , yes just watched that
    wish I had thought of it.
    Second one in always does better, I'd tend to mix it with the odd can from the toilet for shits and giggles
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    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakewire View Post
    That looks and sounds so cool
    I read it out to the wife, she... disagrees, dunno what's wrong with her.
    She needs coaching. Buy her a pot and send her to BC for lessons.
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