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(Taste of Home)   Ever wanted to eat like royalty? Well, now you can ... if you enjoy things like stuffed peppers, sticky toffee pudding, and meat loaf   (tasteofhome.com) divider line
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2020-05-24 9:42:15 AM  
You were expecting haute cuisine from the British royal family? They basically eat like Americans. Including whatever this abomination is:

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Seriously, Prince Harry? Chili "cottage pie"? You need to make a visit to Dallas or San Antonio and get some real chili and never even think about eating this travesty ever again.
 
2020-05-24 10:49:25 AM  

Winterlight: You were expecting haute cuisine from the British royal family? They basically eat like Americans. Including whatever this abomination is:

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Seriously, Prince Harry? Chili "cottage pie"? You need to make a visit to Dallas or San Antonio and get some real chili and never even think about eating this travesty ever again.


Cottage pie is awesome.
I don't make it that way but that doesn't sound bad at all. I'm gonna try that recipe next time I make it.
 
2020-05-24 10:56:44 AM  
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Meatloaf, it's whats for dinner
 
2020-05-24 10:57:52 AM  

Winterlight: You were expecting haute cuisine from the British royal family? They basically eat like Americans. Including whatever this abomination is:

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Seriously, Prince Harry? Chili "cottage pie"? You need to make a visit to Dallas or San Antonio and get some real chili and never even think about eating this travesty ever again.


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2020-05-24 11:05:39 AM  
Stuffed peppers are awesome, meatloaf is great. Never heard of sticky toffee.
 
2020-05-24 11:58:36 AM  
Meatloaf can be great, but turkey meatloaf seems like it would be too dry.
 
2020-05-24 12:37:26 PM  
25 years ago, that was a great print magazine (under a slightly different name - "Cuisine at Home").  Now it's just clickbait, celebrity shiat, etc.  I have about 6 years worth in binders, and will go leafing through them every month or so to find something new to cook.

That's where I learned how to make cassoulet.
 
2020-05-24 1:18:01 PM  

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Meatloaf can be great, but turkey meatloaf seems like it would be too dry.


Add some bacon
 
2020-05-24 1:37:05 PM  

FrancoFile: 25 years ago, that was a great print magazine (under a slightly different name - "Cuisine at Home").  Now it's just clickbait, celebrity shiat, etc.  I have about 6 years worth in binders, and will go leafing through them every month or so to find something new to cook.

That's where I learned how to make cassoulet.


A key with cassoulet is to make a lot extra because it is so awesome reheated for leftovers
 
2020-05-24 2:02:25 PM  

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Meatloaf can be great, but turkey meatloaf seems like it would be too dry.


Maybe it's just me and something I'm doing wrong but ground turkey has a funky taste. No matter how I've tried to season it it always does.
 
2020-05-24 2:14:59 PM  

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Meatloaf, it's whats for dinner


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2020-05-24 3:15:51 PM  

Winterlight: You were expecting haute cuisine from the British royal family? They basically eat like Americans. Including whatever this abomination is:

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Seriously, Prince Harry? Chili "cottage pie"? You need to make a visit to Dallas or San Antonio and get some real chili and never even think about eating this travesty ever again.


I bet it still tastes good.
 
2020-05-24 3:46:16 PM  

johnny_vegas: FrancoFile: 25 years ago, that was a great print magazine (under a slightly different name - "Cuisine at Home").  Now it's just clickbait, celebrity shiat, etc.  I have about 6 years worth in binders, and will go leafing through them every month or so to find something new to cook.

That's where I learned how to make cassoulet.

A key with cassoulet is to make a lot extra because it is so awesome reheated for leftovers


Oh I always end up filling my big le creuset dutch oven, and then having enough to go into another big pot too.
 
2020-05-24 3:46:56 PM  
What, not lark tongues in aspic?

Commoners!
 
2020-05-24 3:48:04 PM  

abhorrent1: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Meatloaf can be great, but turkey meatloaf seems like it would be too dry.

Maybe it's just me and something I'm doing wrong but ground turkey has a funky taste. No matter how I've tried to season it it always does.


Turkey is naturally gamey.  Why do you think that cranberry sauce is a traditional side?

I use za'atar, garlic, and plenty of fresh chopped parsley when I do turkey burgers.
 
2020-05-24 5:03:43 PM  
Meatloaf is just stuffed peppers without the pepper.

/both are awesome
 
2020-05-24 5:04:35 PM  
A meatloaf recipe that my kids will eat, and is a pretty decent meatloaf that you can tweak easily, is the Quaker Oats meatloaf recipe. Tweak it right and provide some good sides (it can be paired with a lot in my experience) and it could easily be a meal fit for royalty.
 
2020-05-24 5:10:35 PM  

FrancoFile: Now it's just clickbait, celebrity shiat, etc.  I have about 6 years worth in binders, and will go leafing through them every month or so to find something new to cook.

That's where I learned how to make cassoulet.


It's funny- I think everybody's "I learned to cook from that" eventually gets corrupted. But there's always a new "here's how to cook" that pops up, because it's important.

When my bride and I got married, she didn't know how to cook, and that was fine. I handled it for both of us. However, a few months later, I got transferred to a job where 10-hour days at the office 6 days a week was considered the bare minimum. It suddenly became "you either learn to cook, or you're gonna be real hungry until about 8:30 every night." 

So, she watched the Food Network. Rachel Ray's 30 Minute Meals, Good Eats, stuff like that. And now she's a better cook than me, but the Food Network is a shell of its former self. 

We both loved OG Iron Chef, and to this day, I think we both almost prefer "here's what you've got. Make meals."
 
2020-05-24 5:40:44 PM  

Gonz: We both loved OG Iron Chef, and to this day, I think we both almost prefer "here's what you've got. Make meals."


That's what my CSA box forced me to do.  Here's 10 pounds of radishes - figure something out.

/bread & butter pickles
 
2020-05-24 6:24:49 PM  

FrancoFile: Gonz: We both loved OG Iron Chef, and to this day, I think we both almost prefer "here's what you've got. Make meals."

That's what my CSA box forced me to do.  Here's 10 pounds of radishes - figure something out.

/bread & butter pickles


Yeah, we ditched our CSA.  Too much of things we had to do image searches to figure out and even at of times, more expensive than the grocery.
 
2020-05-24 6:56:04 PM  
Sticky Toffee Pudding is the bomb. I ate it several times in Scotland and since every hike ended with me drenched on a mountaintop, unable to see anything due to the clouds and rain, it may have been the highlight of the trip (I don't drink so no whisky for me).

Great, now I want toffee pudding and I have neither cream nor mincemeat.
 
2020-05-24 7:19:35 PM  

abhorrent1: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Meatloaf can be great, but turkey meatloaf seems like it would be too dry.

Maybe it's just me and something I'm doing wrong but ground turkey has a funky taste. No matter how I've tried to season it it always does.


You should be doing an emulsion with Turkey to make a forcemeat...ground beef is too touchy.

Run the ground turkey through the food processor with your choice of *very* cold liquid(maybe at a 1:4 liquid to meat ratio...I do it by experience).

When the ground meat starts moving in one piece, that's when you know it's right.  The definition of forcemeat is ground meat that behaves like full muscle.

By doing this, you're stretching out the proteins and allowing them to capture the liquid, adding flavor and moisture.
 
2020-05-24 7:32:40 PM  

Winterlight: You were expecting haute cuisine from the British royal family? They basically eat like Americans. Including whatever this abomination is:

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Seriously, Prince Harry? Chili "cottage pie"? You need to make a visit to Dallas or San Antonio and get some real chili and never even think about eating this travesty ever again.


Yeah, I'm not gonna take food advice from somebody who just learned of the existence of cottage pie today.  Thanks anyway.
 
2020-05-24 8:09:18 PM  

Deece: Winterlight: You were expecting haute cuisine from the British royal family? They basically eat like Americans. Including whatever this abomination is:

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Seriously, Prince Harry? Chili "cottage pie"? You need to make a visit to Dallas or San Antonio and get some real chili and never even think about eating this travesty ever again.

Yeah, I'm not gonna take food advice from somebody who just learned of the existence of cottage pie today.  Thanks anyway.


I know all about cottage pie. Combining it with chili (or rather whatever j fervor English version they cobble together), however, is a gastronomic crime. At least a misdemeanor.
 
2020-05-24 10:02:24 PM  
Sticky toffee pudding is the best dessert ever. It might be the only thing I like about England.

I liked stuffed peppers until my mother started making them with liver.
 
2020-05-24 11:23:44 PM  
They're royalty sure but they're also British... a former empire globally known for their bad food.
 
2020-05-25 12:01:06 AM  
I'd rather have pony loaf.
 
2020-05-25 12:16:50 AM  
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2020-05-25 8:44:15 AM  

Winterlight: Deece: Winterlight: You were expecting haute cuisine from the British royal family? They basically eat like Americans. Including whatever this abomination is:

[Fark user image image 696x696]

Seriously, Prince Harry? Chili "cottage pie"? You need to make a visit to Dallas or San Antonio and get some real chili and never even think about eating this travesty ever again.

Yeah, I'm not gonna take food advice from somebody who just learned of the existence of cottage pie today.  Thanks anyway.

I know all about cottage pie. Combining it with chili (or rather whatever j fervor English version they cobble together), however, is a gastronomic crime. At least a misdemeanor.


That's the website, not Prince Harry.  Here you can see the former Royal Chef prepare the cottage pie he made for the kids, and it's as traditional as can be imagined.  Well, without the sliver serving dish, I suppose.
 
2020-05-25 10:53:21 AM  
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2020-05-25 1:38:29 PM  
I'd like to try swan.
 
2020-05-25 2:49:35 PM  
No poke salat?
 
2020-05-25 3:52:37 PM  

abhorrent1: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Meatloaf can be great, but turkey meatloaf seems like it would be too dry.

Maybe it's just me and something I'm doing wrong but ground turkey has a funky taste. No matter how I've tried to season it it always does.


I've found that a bit of cinnamon added to ground turkey takes that weird taste away and can even give it a taste not too dissimilar from beef. I've put friends on diets substituting GT for GB and they claimed to hardly notice.
 
2020-05-25 4:20:46 PM  

batlock666: I'd like to try swan.


They are nasty mean animals. I'd chow down on one. They're like an ornamental Canadian goose.
 
2020-05-25 4:21:20 PM  

Compact Travel Size: Sticky Toffee Pudding is the bomb. I ate it several times in Scotland and since every hike ended with me drenched on a mountaintop, unable to see anything due to the clouds and rain, it may have been the highlight of the trip (I don't drink so no whisky for me).

Great, now I want toffee pudding and I have neither cream nor mincemeat.


This dish always sounded interesting because i love toffee, and then i saw this recipe. Ground meat. Am i reading that right?
 
2020-05-25 5:32:02 PM  

Manfred J. Hattan: Winterlight: Deece: Winterlight: You were expecting haute cuisine from the British royal family? They basically eat like Americans. Including whatever this abomination is:

[Fark user image image 696x696]

Seriously, Prince Harry? Chili "cottage pie"? You need to make a visit to Dallas or San Antonio and get some real chili and never even think about eating this travesty ever again.

Yeah, I'm not gonna take food advice from somebody who just learned of the existence of cottage pie today.  Thanks anyway.

I know all about cottage pie. Combining it with chili (or rather whatever j fervor English version they cobble together), however, is a gastronomic crime. At least a misdemeanor.

That's the website, not Prince Harry.  Here you can see the former Royal Chef prepare the cottage pie he made for the kids, and it's as traditional as can be imagined.  Well, without the sliver serving dish, I suppose.


Thanks for that. Now I'm craving
 
2020-05-25 6:03:39 PM  
Sticky toffee pudding is delicious.
 
2020-05-25 10:21:55 PM  

fehk: Compact Travel Size: Sticky Toffee Pudding is the bomb. I ate it several times in Scotland and since every hike ended with me drenched on a mountaintop, unable to see anything due to the clouds and rain, it may have been the highlight of the trip (I don't drink so no whisky for me).

Great, now I want toffee pudding and I have neither cream nor mincemeat.

This dish always sounded interesting because i love toffee, and then i saw this recipe. Ground meat. Am i reading that right?


No, you're confusing "mincemeat" with "minced meat" or just "mince". Mincemeat traditionally is made with meat, and lots of times it is still made with it, but it's often just a sweet mixture of dried fruit and nuts. The few recipes for sticky toffee pudding I've seen don't call for premade mincemeat but rather for dried dates.
 
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