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    Quote Originally Posted by carbar

    worst snack - Pringles - can't stop eating the damned things and afterwards your mouth tastes foul - what do they put in them?
    heaven.

    I :heart: nectarines, cracklin oat bran, and salt water taffy.
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    Garvey and Tweetybird – my fellow lamb lovers LOL

    I also cook (like to prepare all kinds of food) and because of that there will be more lamb tomorrow, lamb chops here as well, have to vary just a little bit lol. I have heard about this mint jelly and mint sauce, never tried it (it’s not tradition here) but I will investigate into it. Is this common tradition in the US? - For the potatoes going with lamb I also like to make a ovenproof dish with sliced potatoes (don’t know the English word for the dish) and then add some garlic, salt, pepper and fill up the form with cream. When nearly finished just add some cheese on top and gratinate for a few minutes mmmmmmmm. I like the season we are going into, autumn and winter, it is the time for serious eating. The moose hunt also started here now, had a phone from my uncle yesterday, so far they got a big bull moose (over 300kg with meat), and he promised to hand me over some. But back to lamb again, we also have some long traditions with lamb dishes here, one popular dish Christmastime is “pinnekjott” - salted and dried ribs of mutton, soaked and steamed… Takes to long time to explain now and I will also end up filling this thread with lamb recipes – maybe we shall make a serious food thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leif
    Garvey and Tweetybird – my fellow lamb lovers LOL

    I also cook (like to prepare all kinds of food) and because of that there will be more lamb tomorrow, lamb chops here as well, have to vary just a little bit lol. I have heard about this mint jelly and mint sauce, never tried it (it’s not tradition here) but I will investigate into it. Is this common tradition in the US? - For the potatoes going with lamb I also like to make a ovenproof dish with sliced potatoes (don’t know the English word for the dish) and then add some garlic, salt, pepper and fill up the form with cream. When nearly finished just add some cheese on top and gratinate for a few minutes mmmmmmmm. I like the season we are going into, autumn and winter, it is the time for serious eating. The moose hunt also started here now, had a phone from my uncle yesterday, so far they got a big bull moose (over 300kg with meat), and he promised to hand me over some. But back to lamb again, we also have some long traditions with lamb dishes here, one popular dish Christmastime is “pinnekjott” - salted and dried ribs of mutton, soaked and steamed… Takes to long time to explain now and I will also end up filling this thread with lamb recipes – maybe we shall make a serious food thread?
    Leif......you gotta try mint sauce......my mouth is watering at that pic you posted

    Try here

    http://www.britishcornershop.co.uk/b....asp?id=TJ0900
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    Quote Originally Posted by RehabRhino
    Leif......you gotta try mint sauce......my mouth is watering at that pic you posted

    Try here

    http://www.britishcornershop.co.uk/b....asp?id=TJ0900
    Hey. Thanks for the link. I just did some searches on internet as well for mint sauce recipes – believe the taste will go along fine with the lamb. Going to try it.

    Actually tomorrow the menu will be mutton and cabbage stew, Norwegian lamb stew. It is just decided – I will post pick’s LOL. But first I will have to have some Famous Grouse this evening, but that is another story…
    Last edited by Leif; 10-08-2005 at 07:50 AM.

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    this thread could be called Leif's "Science of the Lambs" !!
    What about fish? Don't you eat a lot of fish in Norway, or is that a myth? I could give up meat any day and just eat fish, fish and more fish! I would eat sushi every week if only I could find it here.

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    More lamb - Norwegian lamb stew. And it is extreeeeemly good. And an extremely simple dish. I made a big pot because when reheated tomorrow it will be even better



    Carbar I live by the coast, a couple of hundred meters from the sea. We have a place close to here where all the fishermen delivers there seafood, we buy our seafood directly from this place and they are open all weekdays. I like fish very much, we eat a lot of it and shellfish like crab an shrimps as well.

    And you are right, fishery is our second biggest industry after oil...

    One time I was in very nice place when it comes to seafood, - La Rocelle in your contry - holey moley.

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    God, I see your får-i-kål and I think I make it tomorrow. Taste best the second day so I make a big casserole
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoDecafPlz
    A skippy peanut butter and Welches Concord grape
    jelly sandwhich on Strohmans white bread.

    Add a glass of chocolate milk and you
    have the perfect anytime meal of my childhood.

    Aw hell even now!



    J.
    I like concord grape jelly also , but i try pancake surup also. I like to toast the eggo waffle in the toaster add a little peanut butter and pancake surup with a glass of ice cold water and its just as good probally.
    Thanks: {Art}

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    Greatest snack

    My favorite thing to snack on would definitely be beef jerky. While I am mentioning it, I might as well advertise my company a little bit. The name of my company is the Pacific Coast Jerky Factory and we definitely have the best jerky on the market. Please take a look at my web site" www.pcjf.com "and place an online order. We currently offer seven different types of jerky in convenient 4 ounce packages. All orders will be shipped out the same day that they are placed and I guarantee that you will fall in love with our jerky.

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    Now I want to try some of those lamb dishes.

    A cold crisp "pink lady" apple puts a smile on my face.

    A big ball of chocolate chip cookie dough from the tube.

    Thin mints.

    Left over medium rare filet mignon from dinner cut into thin strips.

    Now I'm really hungry.

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