I have "The Return of the Naked Chef" and have made the "Braised Five Hour Lamb with Wine, Veg, and All That" It is super good! I usually only make it once a year for Good Friday since lamb is so expensive, but it is worth it as a splurge! That recipe is the reason I first tried Parsnips and I loved them! We have them all the time now, roasted with carrots and sweet potatoes, tossed in a little olive oil and kosher salt.
I've also made the "Pukkolla" for breakfast once. It was good! I should make it again. It's been quite a while!
For God did not give us a spirit of timidity but a spirit of power, of love, and of self-discipline. 2 Tim 1:7
current weight: 131.0
Fitness Minutes: (25,179) Posts: 5,359 4/14/10 9:40 A
I still have a ton of leftovers in my fridge so I think I could be set for the rest of the week if I wanted to because it's just me this week eating it! Dan's away for drill this week. But I think I'm going to do a few more side dishes, like there's this one that has peas and spring onions that I really want to try, and I have some lettuce remaining so maybe try some homemade dressing as well.
tonight I made breakfast eggy crumpets from "jamie at home" and I only ate 1/2 a portion (only 1 slice of bacon, "rashers" as Jamie would say). My family loved it with maple syrup. I made it because it was fast and so easy. Tonight is a hectic night of meetings and night classes and everyone is going a different direction. I was able to get everyone to the table fast and such so off they could go. I used english muffins instead of crumpets but I know they sell them at another store so next time I will try them with real crumpets.
current weight: 210.0
Fitness Minutes: (25,179) Posts: 5,359 4/12/10 12:39 P
I have made his meatballs and pasta recipe (found it on Oprah's website) and it was YUMMY! Kids loved helping out too, they made the meatballs. I don't have his cookbook but I think I'll try to find a recipe of his online...
Good Morning, I'm curious to what new recipe you might be trying this week from Jamie's collection. I'm still debating on it myself. I'd love to know what you've tried in the past and your opinion of it. I'll let you know a little later today what I plan on trying. In the past I made his sausage and onion gravy from the "Jamie at Home" book. I made it for my DH since he's a hunter and Jamie suggested venison sausage in the recipe. It was pretty good. Not the greatest for a gal watching her weight but good for a cold fall night watching football for the DH and friends.
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