Archive for August, 2015

Veal Chops with Pears and Rosemary

Nikki the Foodie was cooking again over the weekend, and this time it’s Prime Bone In Veal Chops from Lobster Gram! See how easy it is to create Veal Chops with Pears and Rosemary in the comfort of your own home. With great gourmet food and recipes, it’s Lobster Gram and Nikki The Foodie.

Duration : 0:4:11

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Posted by mark - August 29, 2015 at 2:31 am

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07 Cats – Bustopher Jones

The next cat to join the proceedings is the hefty “Bustopher
Jones.” A large “twenty-five pounder,” always clad in his
signature white spats, Bustopher spends his time eating, eating
and eating in one of the many English pubs and clubs that he
frequents. Jennyanydots is quite besauntered with him, and helps
sing his praises. He responds, to her great delight, by kissing
her hand.

Lyrics:
SOLO:
Bustopher Jones is not skin and bones
In fact, he’s remarkably fat
He doesn’t haunt pubs, he has eight or nine clubs
For he’s the St. James Street cat!

He’s the cat we all greet as we walk down the street
In his coat of fastidious black
No common-place mousers have such well cut trousers
Or such an impeccable back

In the whole of St. James’s the smartest of names is
The name of this Brummell of cats
And we’re all of us proud to be nodded or bowed to
By Bustopher Jones in white spats

BUSTOPHER JONES:
My visits are occasional to the senior educational
And it is against the rules
For any one cat to belong both to that
And the joint superior schools
When I’m seen in a hurry there’s probably curry
At the Siamese or at the glutton
When I look full of gloom then
I’ve lunched at the tomb
On cabbage, rice pudding and mutton

SOLO:
In the whole of St. James’s the smartest of names is
The name of this Brummell of cats
And we’re all of us proud to be nodded or bowed to
By Bustopher Jones in white spats

So much in this way passes Bustopher’s day
At one club or another he’s found
It can be no surprise that under our eyes
He has grown unmistakably round

He’s a twenty-five pounder

BUSTOPHER JONES:
Or I am a bounder

SOLO:
And he’s putting on weight every day

BUSTOPHER JONES:
But I’m so well preserved because I’ve observed
All my life a routine and I’d say

I am still in my prime, I shall last out my time
That’s the word from this stoutest of cats
It must and it shall be spring in Pall Mall
While Bustopher Jones wears white
Bustopher Jones wears white
Bustopher Jones wears white spats!

Duration : 0:4:52

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Posted by mark - August 13, 2015 at 9:34 pm

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Ernie – how to carve a rib of beef

Ernie Jones shows how to carve a rib of beef

Duration : 0:2:46

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Posted by mark - August 12, 2015 at 8:45 pm

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Why do people order steaks cooked any hotter than medium rare?

Don’t they realize that making steak any more than medium rare is a way to ruin a good piece of meat? Do people mainly do it at lower end restaurants and, therefore, know that they are getting lower quality cuts and hope that cooking all the juices out of the meat will keep them safe or have they just never learned the proper way to enjoy red meat by letting it’s flavor come through by not overcooking it?

it’s a fear thing , they can’t stand the sight of the blood dripping off the end of they’re fork. honestly though i believe if you blind folded them + served a nice med piece of quality cut meat , they would enjoy it until you removed the blind fold , then it would be right back to the same old " that is gross "

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Posted by mark - August 11, 2015 at 8:02 pm

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Healthy ho fan beef noodles recipe (حلال)

Not only is this recipe great because it cuts down on the fat by griddling – not frying – the meat, you also get to regulate how you like your steak done by cooking it first. It’s really important to use a good-quality oyster sauce because this is the base flavour. Also, remember the secret to stir-frying is to have all your ingredients prepared before you start.

Serves 2
Ready in 20 minutes
Ingredients
The noodle dish

* 100g wide rice noodles
* 200g lean sirloin steak, trimmed of all fat
* Olive oil spray
* Salt and freshly ground black pepper
* 1 teaspoon olive oil
* 3 cloves of garlic, peeled and sliced
* 2cm knob of ginger, peeled and finely shredded
* 3 spring onions, cut in half widthways then lengthways through the middle
* 10 small shiitake mushrooms, 5 large ones cut in half
* 100g tenderstem broccoli, sliced lengthways through the middle
* 1 red pepper, deseeded and sliced
* 1 yellow pepper, deseeded and sliced
* 1 red chilli, sliced

The sauce

* 3 tablespoons premium oyster sauce
* 2 tablespoons soy sauce

Method: How to cook healthy ho fan beef noodles

1. Boil the kettle. Place the rice noodles in a large bowl, pour over the boiled water and cover with clingfilm. Leave for five minutes or until tender.

2. Drain and rinse under cold water to prevent them sticking together (they will heat up again when you add them to the stir-fry).

3. Heat a griddle pan until smoking. Spritz the steak with a little olive oil and season with salt and pepper.

4. Place the steak onto the griddle pan and grill for one to two minutes on each side. This will give you a nice medium-rare steak.

5. If you like it more or less cooked, change the cooking time accordingly, but remember that when you add the steak to the stir-fry it will cook a little more.

6. Remove from heat and leave to rest for five minutes. Slice thinly widthways.

7. To make the sauce, mix the ingredients together with a splash of water.

8. Heat a wok. Add the olive oil and throw in the garlic, ginger, spring onion, shiitake mushrooms, broccoli and peppers and stir-fry for two minutes.

9. Pour over the sauce, and add the noodles and steak. Give it a big stir until combined and serve topped with the chilli.

Duration : 0:1:36

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Posted by mark - August 10, 2015 at 7:37 pm

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