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Estate Agents in Peterborough [Visitor] ·
So you mean a bit like what Pinterest is doing?
Permalink 09/07/15 @ 14:53

In response to: Braised Venison Steaks

Munro [Visitor]

I found this through a google search for "Oisin venison leg steaks" which I also bought (from M&S) yesterday thinking it was a good idea at the time. I am not a very experienced cook but this sounds great for my valentines meal that I'm cooking tonight.

My only concern is - is any of the experience lost by simmering the venison in a sauce for an hour as opposed to just frying or grilling each side? What is the venison like in the middle at the end? is it cooked right through or still red?

Thanks so much for the suggestions anyway - the bacon/onions/shallots gravy is just what I needed :)

Permalink 14/02/09 @ 10:16

In response to: Melton's

Paul Howard [Visitor] ·
I too a big fan of Melton's and must have eaten there more than ten times. However, it's definitely become a victim of its own success: I often can't get a table. When this happens I usually try Harvilles ( on Fossgate as a fall-back option. It serves good steaks and I've never had any trouble booking a table.
Permalink 09/01/08 @ 01:12

In response to: The moist maker

admin [Member]
Actually, I've never made mashed potato alongside a roast, I've always done roast potatoes. But mash really does sound like a good idea.
Permalink 24/11/07 @ 12:00

In response to: The moist maker

arron samules [Visitor]
actually, no, it's not. see, you've forgotten the mashed potatos and there were never any roast veggies. bread,turkey, mashed potatos, gravy soaked bread, cranberry sauce, turkey, bread. that, my ill-informed friends, is the real moist maker.
Permalink 23/11/07 @ 20:02

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