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I can't seem to find our old recipe thread :sad:. Anyway, as the nights are getting darker faster and the cold is creeping in, I was looking for some inspiration for some nice winter warmers. Although I like the food we usualy have, it's nice to have a change sometimes and I was wondering if those cheffy types out there had some ideas, or just what you like to cook on a cold night? I'm going start it off with a very basic simple beef casseole/stew.


Handful of thyme (medium bunch) tied with cooking string

2 bay leaves

2 beef stock pots in 600ml water

1 tin peas

1 small tin potatoes

2-3 carrots

2 stick celery

1 onion

400g good quality stewing beef

I heaped Tsp Marmite

I heaped Tsp Mustard

2 table spoons Worcester sauce

1 small cup red wine (Merlot or whatever you prefer)



Makes about 3-4 decent portions


Fry chopped carrot, onion, celery, thyme and bay leave until soft. Add beef, quickly add marmite and mustard and mix briefly. Add 2 tsp flour and mix well. Add wine and stock. Add peas potatoes and Worcester sauce. Cook on very low for 1 and ½ to 2 hours.

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1 Medium Camel

4 Lambs

20 chickens (Rosted)

150 Eggs (Boiled)

40 Kilos of Tomatoes

Salt and Seasonings

Mixing Instructions:

1. Stuff eggs into tomatoes

2. Stuff tomatoes into chickens

3. Stuff chickens into lambs

4. Stuff lambs into camel

5. Roast until tender

Serves 150 people

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