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    stephanie plumb
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    Oh yes the assault on Christmas continues…. sorry ….

    What are your favourite party foods?   We in the UK are interested what gets the accolade of  best in other parts of the world. Doesn’t have to be just Xmas, any party food will do.

    The sausage roll has been described as  “The crack-cocaine of Christmas Party food.”    I think in the UK the two highest ranking ones must be the  Sausage Roll and Pigs-in-Blankets.  Then there are “Deil’s on horseback.”  What else girls?

    This year we are making some Haggis sausage rolls too – yummy. And some Toulouse sausage ones.  We pig out on home made SR’s big time on Xmas eve, straight out of the oven.  They are not so good cold. Supermarket crappy ones do not darken our party table.

    I’ve got carried away now so  …   sorry … it’s back to Fun Time! 🎈

    We didn’t have much money when I was growing up so our mum used to feed faggots to us for Sunday lunch. Oooer!   –  sort of meatballs made with pork & offal!

    Party food from days gone by:

    Fancy a boiled-baby? (I have a 17th Century recipe for this suet pudding, if you are interested.)  Or Clootie dumplings?  A Spotted Dog?  Figgy-dowdy?  Kickshaws? A pair of cold crubeens?  Soused Hog’s Face?      –   All washed down with a Dog’s Nose (a warm beer and gin cocktail.)

    Or one for Amanda – Squirrels in Madeira.

    What party treats float your boat?

    (mouthwatering) Stephanie P  🥧🍗🥟🍤🌭🥖

    p.s.  recipes in “Lobscouse & Spotted Dog”  which is a gastronomic companion to the Aubrey/Maturin novels by Patrick O’Brian.

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    • #422505
      Marti
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      I can’t believe this, surely some mistake?

      Why haven’t the words ‘Brussel sprouts” been mentioned?

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        At last!    I have been waiting for and  expecting them to be mentioned. Gold star to you. And thanks for the opportunity.

        You either love them or hate them.  Along with jerusalem artichokes they do have a reputation for “a causeth a noisome sticking wind within the body.” – quote from  “a vegetable growers handbook.”  Unfortunately it doesn’t stay within for very long.  Jim Royles (TV comedy show) silent-but-deadly Sunday ones are like puffs of cheap perfume by comparison.

        When I was a postie everybody at the sorting office looked forward to returning after Xmas to sample, experience,  and enjoy the gales of  flatulent gas clouds laid in ambush down every aisle.   The noisy ones received shouts of feigned disapproval and pretend outrage  with calls of  e.g. “You foul ar**d  bleeder.”  I actually witnessed one being ignited!  A flash outside of the pan.  One fellah had the ability to set one free every ten minutes for several hours.  I miss those days.  💨💥

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          Yes…………

          boxing day morning is always associated with varying degrees of ” backdraughts”….from force 1 – 10, or”silent but violent” up to ‘ loud but proud’…..how appropriate that the remaining sprouts are usually converted into “bubble and squeak”… a perfectly named concoction!!!!

           

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            As always….  just brilliant,  perfectly brilliant!   You have a gift  girl ( another one)!

            As part of the traditional Xmas day feast we have a “Vicar of Dibley” sprout eating competition.  Later I can clear a room in under 10 seconds.  My wife does it in 5.

             

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          Absolutely love Brussel sprouts, more repeats than the BBC

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        I do love them, it’s just the endless repeats that follow….

        I’m sure ” Gone with the wind” will feature sometime during the holiday!!!!

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          You’ve got to give props to Brussel sprouts for their honesty, they smell the same way going in as they do coming out!

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            Ugh.  I abhor brussel sprouts.  They are like little cabbages that didn’t make the grade.  Thing is I like cabbage.

            I’ll never forgive Belgium for this…… 😁

             

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            Stevie….the U.K. are having enough problems with Brussels at this moment……

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            Oh ya…. Sorry to open up that can of sprouts. 😉

             

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            Boiled fart balls I say!

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            Update!!!…I was in Tesco’s this morning  (28th) doing my weekly shop…and the sprouts are piled shoulder high in green plastic boxes…methinks they have over estimated!!!….and all around , hanging in the air, is that warm, cabbagey, ” for god’s sake don’t strike a match!!! smell……I love sprouts……but!!!

            overcome, grace x

             

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            They were doing that too,  on Christmas eve in the Tescos round our area Grace

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      10 year old Tawney, opened a little too soon.  But Nicola’s a 2nd bottle,,,,

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

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      Well now I know Stephanie why you training 2poos to catch squirrels, and why you are fattening them up on nuts too. The Jigsaw has come together. Now pigs-in blankets, with pickled onions, pickled eggs, mature Cheddar cheese, ham, and hot fresh uncut bread buttered, washed down with a nice brown ale. Mmmmmm

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        I love all your foodie choices!   But have you forgotten the sausage rolls?  The brown ale (especially if it’s a Belgian one) is a good choice for the cheese and ham.   But Squirrels in Madeira requires a more robust accompaniment.  For this I would suggest a large glass or two of   Zinfannydel.     🍷🍷

        Yum yum Steph            🍾😋

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          Stephanie sweetie, not sure I should say this, I may get a backlash from shocked party entertainers and the girls, but I’ve never been a sausage roll fan. I can’t explain it, i just can’t, please don’t force me to,  I don’t understand it myself. Do I need therapy?. I love pastry and sausages, but not sausage rolls. There is no hope is there you can be brutal, but I must warn you I cry easily.

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            I actually had to google sausage rolls just to be sure were talking about the same thing. Amanda my dear, no disrespect meant when I say I’m fairly certain a padded cell and aggressive shock therapy,  combined with rapid slideshows of people enjoying delicious sausage rolls while you are tied to a chair with your eyes forced open ala Clockwork Orange will cure you of this horrid ailment. In the meantime, the best of luck to you in your sausage-rolless world.

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            Cindy sweetie, I said you can be brutal, but my God torture me is pushing it a little to far. “Eat that sausage roll or I’ll beat you death with it”.

            I haven’t been able to look at a packet of sausage rolls with out a vision and shudders of the  thought of Cindy ‘s therapy treatment. Please remind me not to make you angry sweetie xx

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            Amanda….I love you so much, maybe that’s why I need to say these three little words..” you need therapy”…xx

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            Grace sweetie I love you too, and your honesty as a friend. I saw my shrink this morning, he seemed smaller than the last visit. He spent  most of the time try to get on the couch, I wasn’t having any of that, so I left.

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            Oh dear!  Its a shame because you are missing out on one of Xmas’s greatest traditions.  They have to be home made and hot straight from oven – have you tried them this way?

            I am not sure  if I will enjoy them so much now, thinking of you.   But wait!  I can have your share! Yummy.  And I will have a pickled onion and dill-pickled cucumber for you too.

            Why not try “deil’s on horseback?”  Pork pies?  Now- I’m not so keen on these- the cold pastry sets my gorge rising.  And you can stick Greggs vegan ‘sausage’ rolls where the Sun doesn’t shine (no, not you personally darling).  So, no tears required – except happy ones.

            Stefanni xx

            p.s are you sure I can’t tempt you with a “boiled baby?” washed down with a “dogs nose?”

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            Diced Pickled onions and pickled egg and cheese sandwiches with a layer of pickled beetroot, absolutely, no no no no to sausage rolls Stephanie.

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            Too much pickle. I have sort of gone off vinegar after drinking a jar of it in a food eating contest (remember the marmite?)  It make me cough!  I do like the juice from a jar of polish dill-pickled cucumbers though. It is a key ingredient in Creamy Dill Pickle soup –  Zupa Ogorkowa.  Try it – really delish.

            Onion and jam sarnies are surprisingly good.  So is cheese and jam.   I won’t mention fried sardine and peanut butter ones though.

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            I didn’t know Mr Sheen made dill pickled cucumbers….and the less said about the sardines the better😱😱

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            Sardines 🤢🤢.

            Now marmite and grated cheese, yes.

            Just opened a tin of twiglets mmmmmm they are heaven

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            Love Twiglets…but not round Mr Beans place, put me right off!!!!

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            Noooooo….a sausage is…..a sausage!!!…if you’re vegan, your choice, but some of these things need renaming…

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            And vegan bacon  …..  No!    (banging head on table)  Bacon only comes from pork.

            (Laugh out loud)  Wikipedia says ‘bacon alternatives’ can be called vacon of fakon.

            You couldnae make it up could ya?

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            Vegan, rubbish, total hype.

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            If my racoon of ribs turns out to be tofu surprise!!!….I will be taking legal action

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      Yes Mum made a great triffle, don’t forget the mince meat tarts, I still make them. Now my Canadian side kicks in and I make bacon wrapped jalapeno poppers stuffed with sausage and cream cheese. Lets not forget the devilled eggs with different fillings, curry and chives, crab meat and dill for a couple. Of course a nice meat and cheese plate, that’s todays job to go to the geleteria and pick up some cheese to go with Mike the butchers home made cacciatore sausages  Apiece of sausage with some crusty bread and a glass of red wine and some assuage cheese, heaven.

      I’ve got to stop, I’m, gaining weight just thinking about it, I haven’t even hit the sweets table yet.

       

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        I’m coming too…..  bacon wrapped jalapeno poppers..  now your talking!

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        Heather…..set an extra place, I’m coming to yours xx

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          And me too Heather, I’ll pick the girls up.

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            Come on over girls there’s plenty for all and I make my own wine so I’ve got about 200+ bottles in the cellar right now. I bottled a cab merlot with gooseberry wine I oaked for 3 years. Tonight is tasting night so you better hurry up and get here.

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            Thanks again for a great evening.  I enjoyed your cab merlot gooseberry wine very much – it reminded me of a nice Zinfannydel I had last xmas.

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            Wait we went? Gosh I can’t remember a thing. Opps.

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            Heather that sounds great.

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            I had a wine tasting with my daughter in law last night, judging by the way her eyes were shining and the way she was laughing when they left I’m going to call it a success. It was really nice full body which made you feel warm with just a touch of sweet from the berries. Tonight we move on to the chardonnay with a hint of wild raspberries.

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            Chardonnay Heather, oh that sounds gorgeous, I love a good Chardonnay 

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      I was about to lose my lunch reading some of those food names, tlll I got to sherry trifle. My Mother, whom I still miss dearly 20 years later, used to make it on holidays. She would use lady fingers soaked in sherry, one piece and you were off to the races.

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      Yes… sausage rolls are a Christmas staple. Love them!!!

      Mother always made a spiked trifle… yum! She also made this delicious pie with almond paste and raspberry jam and a few other goodies… don’t know what it is called, but it was to die for!

      Mum and Dad are both now in a retirement facility, so mother’s Christmas goodies are a thing of the past.

      Gen… 💋

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      A slight side note to the question at hand, I must say the Aubrey/Maturin stories are amongst my favorite fiction ever.

      As to party food, I like to make a chest became sauce, add a bunch of cheeses, different kinds, then add hot salsa and bits of your favorite sausages. Makes an amazing dip.

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      My favorite was my mother’s homemade fudge. She has been gone for a while and so went her recipe. I would have to say that my favorite holiday party food now is shrimp. I was at a party, had to be last year because of Covid, that served bacon wrapped shrimp! Yum!

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        Bacon wrapped shrimp… yes, yum!!!

        Gen… 💋

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          X 2….yes please Kay xx….can you actually put on weight if you are on this post???..I sure feel guilty xx

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      Grace you hit it with sherry trifle.  Mmmmm, my Scottish sister in law makes one every year – even though she is asked to make 6!  They are great!!  Jumbo sausage rolls made with bangers;  scotch pies and mushy peas…  Yum yum comfort food.

      ….. and anything chocolate of course. 😁

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        Does she also make tablet?

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      Mmmm

      im an old fashioned girl…old favourites like sausage rolls, Melton mowbray pork pie and cheese footballs, OMG…Sherry trifle

      …and don’t let me near prawn vol au vents, with a pinch of cayenne….I get very, very possessive!!!….

      I will leave the aweful offal to you

      As a child we used to love the lighting of the Christmas pudding, stuffed with germ ridden sixpences….then as you get older, you realise that the pretty blue flame blazing away…..is the alcohol burning.!!!!……noooooo

      Merry Christmas, grace ❤️

       

       

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        I forgot your other favourite –  a Racoon of ribs. Sorry.  Or was it Kay’s Dad’s barbecue favourite? 🦝

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          Well Stephanie I was expecting, pheasant, stuffed with chestnut and apple stuffing, rolled in bacon, served on bed of peas and roast teddies and mushrooms. Or diced squirrel, onion, teddies, carrot, crusty top pie.

          Locally sourced obviously

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          Word of warning….don’t approach the butcher in Tesco’s and ask for a raccoon of ribs…his attitude was….offal

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            I asked our butcher if he had any kangaroo burgers, he told me to hop it.

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            We had frozen crocodile one year…it saw us through a cold snap!!!…it was better than the lukewarm weasel burgers…they would have been nicer if they were otter!!

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            Think I otter get some of them Grace. Christ how did you get a whole crocodile in the oven, oh nice matching shoes and handbag that year then sweetie.

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            Oh yes!!!…(whisper-we cut it in half and had the tail boxing day)…..the eyes saw us through the week…tehe

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            Eye eye sweetie, didn’t see that answer coming, must have been blind.

            Gosh Stephanie has 2poos shredded pheasant Madeira, you have crocodile wellington, and boots to match, and I have bouncing kangaroo steaks does life get any more posher. No no no I am not entertaining have any “beaver” at Christmas either.

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